MILWAUKEE — As spring approaches, visitors can now celebrate art and flowers at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Art in Bloom will return to the museum April 7-10 after a two-year hiatus.
The popular event features nearly 30 artistically inspired floral installations.
“Art in Bloom signals that spring has arrived, and we are thrilled to have this extraordinary event returning,” said Courtney Kihslinger, Director of Stewardship and Events, Milwaukee Art Museum. “We look forward to showcasing the incredible interpretations of artwork in our galleries by our region’s most accomplished florists.”
According to the museum, each arrangement at Art in Bloom is created by a local florist who is inspired by a specific work of art from the museum’s collection.
“Art in Bloom is truly an unprecedented moment where visitors can experience the ephemeral beauty of floral design in harmony with selected works of art from the museum’s collection,” said Marcelle Polednik, director of Donna and Donald Baumgartner, Milwaukee. Art Museum. “We are thrilled to welcome guests to celebrate the start of spring during this one-of-a-kind activation of our galleries.”
Museum members can book tickets by clicking here. Tickets will be available to the general public on March 3.
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