Sonoma, Calif. – May 30, 2017 – The Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is proud to invite the public to attend the annual Fresh Paint event on Saturday June 17 at Hanna Boys Center. This year, “A Celebration of Pop Art,” promises to be a fantastic evening celebrating the fun, the excess, the pop, while benefitting the museum’s exhibition programs and arts education programs within the museum and Sonoma Valley schools.
From 5:30pm to 10:30pm, guests will enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres and seated dinner while sipping specialty cocktails and local wines. Catering is by Cuvee’ Wine Country Events (Catherine Venturini, chef), and will feature retro cuisine from the heyday of Pop Art. For the full menu see below.
Enjoy a full bar and donated fine wines from 3 Badge Beverage Corp and Buena Vista Winery, among others.
Raffle tickets are $100 each.
Executive Director of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Linda Cano, will welcome guests and share her vision for the future of the museum and its vibrant relationship with the community, visitors and local students.
Tickets are $250 each and available for purchase online at www.svma.org/freshpaint. A limited number of discounted tickets are available for Sonoma Young Professionals (aged 21-40) by calling the museum.
About the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art:
Established in 1998, the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is a membership supported 501(c) 3, non-profit organization that provides seasonal exhibitions of contemporary and modern art and educational and public programming for children, youth and adults. Its mission is to be, “a magnet of creative energy and cultural inspiration with exhibitions and educational programs that engage the community in the art and ideas of our time, encouraging curiosity and innovation.”
The Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is located at 551 Broadway, one half block up from Sonoma’s historic Plaza. Regular Museum hours are 11am–5pm Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is $10 for adults. Children k–12 are admitted free, as are SVMA members. Additional information is available at www.svma.org or by calling (707) 939-7862.