Indianapolis Museum of Art Invites You to Step Back to the 1960s for An Evening with Andy Warhol
September 29, 2010 § Leave a comment
Coming this October to the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is a contemporary exhibition resonating the iconic fashion of “Pop Art.”
The Andy Warhol exhibit will be covering the walls with large-scale screen prints of soup cans, pop icons, and mass media blunder. And in relevant, and how some would say necessary manner, the exhibit will be starting off on a fashionable foot. On the night of Saturday, October 9th, the IMA is hosting a 1960’s themed opening for the exhibit, requesting ’60s attire to be donned by all its attendees. DJ Kyle Long of the Cultural Cannibals will explore the connection of which Warhol held with 1960s music, and as a special treat, guests may wander the gallery for an evening preview of the Andy Warhol exhibition. Food and drinks are included with the price of the ticket.
So for a cultural affair of mop-tops, mods, and minis, and a preview of a 1960s art icon, purchase your tickets to a timely evening at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. RSVP by October 4th.