All of the components of Art in Bloom with a little extra flair.
Step into a celebration of fashion, beauty, design, and flowers. A very special treat in 2015, presented in the spirit of the Museum’s annual Art in Bloom, this event struts in for four days, offering exciting new surprises. Beauty in Bloom will transform the Museum, showcasing the talents of regional floral artists and designers in a not-to-be-missed display—and presenting beauty events on fashion, makeup, hair, and more, inspired by the Inspiring Beauty exhibition.
Lush garden scenery and stunning floral arrangements bring spring to the Museum and create the perfect backdrop for Beauty in Bloom’s fashion-inspired floral installations. Partnered by Ancora Stone & Tile, Flagstone Landscaping, and New Eden Landscape Architecture. Learn More »Beauty Bazaar
Gardening, art, fashion, and floral enthusiasts alike will want to visit the colorful marketplaces in the Lower Level and in Baumgartner Galleria. Shop clothing, purses, artisan jewelry, beauty products, garden accessories, and more! Learn More »Beautify
A distinctive respite new this year, complete with SportsCenter in a comfy setting, liquor tastings from Door Peninsula Winery, and featured barber or shoe shining services by Stag Barbershop.Artist Book Signing: Franne Dickinson
Thurs, March 26, 1–3 PM
Meet Franne Dickinson, Door County visual artist and owner of Ephraim’s Toe Path Studio and Gallery. Her memoir, Stay at the Party Long (at play in the Arts), has received a glowing recommendation from the Museum’s own Chief Educator Emeritus Barbara Brown Lee. Dickinson’s prose is as colorful as her floral paintings, which dance throughout the memoir.
Thurs, March 26, 5:30–9 PM
This is your first opportunity to view Beauty in Bloom’s gown-inspired floral arrangements and shop the Beauty Bazaar, while enjoying complimentary light appetizers from Café Calatrava (or make reservations for dinner), a cash bar, and other surprises.
Make art in projects that are All About Design, in the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio, and meet children’s book author Lois Ehlert, Saturday and Sunday, March 28–29, 1–4 p.m.Food and Beverage
(Drop-in or reservations at 414-224-3831)
Modern fare, small plates, and Café Calatrava classics.
Located in Windhover Hall
Sandwiches, wraps, salads, and espresso and coffee cocktails.
(Located in the Lower Level)
Bistro fare and bar favorites in a new location.
For more information, contact Krista Renfrew, director of special events, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-224-3856.