The time is now. The Plains Art Museum and presenting sponsor Bell Insurance are proud to host the museum’s annual Spring Gala: Time Machine on Friday, May 3 and it’s a superb party with a purpose.
Enjoy one of the region’s top events with wine tastings from Happy Harry’s Bottle Shops and ignite your taste buds with hors d’oeuvres, desserts and libations from Catering by Concordia, Chef’s Table Catering, Urban Foods and Nichole’s Fine Pastry. The atmosphere of the museum will be transformed into a theatrical delight of lights and sounds from Livewire complemented with a live performance by Red River Dance Company.
Support local artists by participating in one of the area’s largest art auctions, featuring work from 73 regional and national artists. Later in the evening, you’ll be able to dance the night away to a lively musical performance by favorites Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome.
Supported by hundreds of attendees and dozens of sponsors each year, the Spring Gala is not only Fargo’s most anticipated art party but it’s also an incredible fundraiser. The event provides tens-of-thousands of dollars to support the museum’s educational programs and the PlainsArt4All GeneralFund, which enables the museum to offer free general admission for all visitors.
This year’s theme is inspired by time, which means your costume can pay homage to trends and events of the past or or reflect your thoughts of what’s to come in the future. Attire at the Spring Gala is often creative, so use your imagination and find your place in time. You have the option to show up in full costume inspired by fashion, art, and music or dress in your best night-on-the-town outfit.
Prepare yourself for a fantastic time, and we’ll see you there.
Spring Gale: Time Machine
Friday, May 3 from 7pm-midnight
$100 per ticket – purchase here
Plains Art Museum is a nonprofit art museum and education center supported by over 800 individuals and organizations. The museum and its Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity encompass the largest and only accredited art museum in North Dakota.