MAM After Dark: Fountain of Youth
Friday, March 20, 5 PM to Midnight
After Dark welcomes the first day of spring with a packed night
of youthful activities on Friday,
March 20, from 5 PM to midnight. Break out
your fresh fashions and make your way to the art happening that lets
you cast yourself in a whole new light! This month's rejuvenating
program also features the Museum's own Paul Newman Film
Retrospective. Details below.
rest is up to you: make
your own masterpiece (or mess) at our DIY
Studio from 5 to 11 PM.
And before it's all over, make history. Come
prepared for your close-up at MAM
After Dark's very own photo booth
from 7 to 10 PM. You'll see
all the shots on the white walls of Windhover Hall as the one-and-only Tarik
Moody of 88Nine Radio Milwaukee
the party jumping with incredible tunes from 6 to 11 PM. The cash bar
is open from 5 to 11:45 PM, and visitors can enjoy delicious
d’oeuvres from Café Calatrava
6 to 9 PM.
FREE for Museum Members (with one free drink)
$10 at the door
$5 in advance—plus a free drink ticket!—when you purchase Advance Tickets at www.mam.org/afterdark (advance ticket sales end Thursday, March 19 at 4:59 PM)
ABOUT MAM AFTER DARK:
Except for a hiatus in April, MAM After Dark fills the Milwaukee Art Museum one Friday per month from 5 PM to midnight. The event answers evening appetites with an open gallery of art, exciting events and activities, and food and drink from Café Calatrava.
MAM After Dark lives at www.mam.org/afterdark
The MAM After Dark media partners are M Magazine, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, OnMilwaukee.com, and the Onion.
In Tribute: Paul Newman Film Retrospective
Friday through Sunday, March 20–22
Paul Newman was an award-winning actor, director, producer, and philanthropist. He starred in more than fifty films, received ten Oscar nominations, won an Oscar for The Color of Money, and received the Motion Picture Academy’s Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. The Museum pays tribute to this icon with a retrospective of his work. The series kicks off at March MAM After Dark with Newman’s star-making portrayal of boxer Rocky Graziano in Somebody Up There Likes Me.
Film Retrospective Tickets
Friday: Free with MAM After Dark ticket
Saturday and Sunday: Free for Members; $12 or $10 Students / Seniors / Active Military
For more info: 414-224-3200 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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