LOS ANGELES, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- EAT.DRINK.ART. A Kaleidoscope of the Senses, The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery's multifaceted fundraiser invites Angelenos to tempt their palettes with delectable food, artisanal spirits and a stimulating celebration of art in all its forms on Saturday, September 13 from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. with a VIP reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m., catered by world-renowned LA-based chef Kris Morningstar. For tickets, please visit Barnsdall.org/EatDrinkArt.
All to the backdrop of KCRW's DJ Dan Wilcox spinning tunes, the event will showcase a vast array of visual and performing art including live art with Annie Preece, giant puppets, nude sketch models, clay tossing & wheel throwing, Future Eyes "Rainbow Kaleidoscope Glasses," and more. Lesley Balla, renowned LA lifestyle writer, curates the foodie portion of the evening with artisanal delicacies by top-notch food trucks such as The Urban Oven, Let's Be Frank, Postcards Central America Soul Fusion and Coolhaus. The event also boasts spirited selection of scotch, wine, tequila and crafted beers curated by Silverlake Wines and soft drinks by Perrier and Jones Soda. The annual happening features a silent auction of more than 45 emerging + renowned artists including Larry Bell, Claire Falkenstein, Alice Fellows, Joy Feuer, John Frame, Mark Steven Greenfield, Heather Lembcke, Leonel Matheu, Ed Ruscha, Gregory Siff and Wayne White. Performances by The Section Quartet and musicians, who have appeared on The Voice, American Idol and The X Factor round off the festive evening.
This sensational evening attracts locals, visitors, arts lovers, foodies and wine enthusiasts alike and its sponsors include Perrier, Silverlake Wines and Los Angeles Magazine. General Admission tickets cost $30 in advance ($40 at the door) and provide access to the event beginning at 7 pm along with 3 drink tickets. VIP Admission tickets cost $100 in advance ($110 at the door) and provide access to the VIP reception and silent auction preview. Dance, drink and be artistically inspired—all while supporting a true kaleidoscope of exhibits and programs at LAMAG, LA's only municipal art gallery and the City's primary exhibition venue offering free admission to all.
SOURCE Barnsdall Art Park Foundation