ARTINI 2014 Feature Night
Thursday, March 13, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
On Thursday, March 13th, join Nick Lowe and Trevor Frye, at The Jack Rose Dining Saloon for the ninth Corcoran ARTINI Feature Night. Inspired by Robert William Vannoh's Notre Dame de Paris, the mixologists will create a delicious cocktail that captures the spirit of the painting. Following the event, you can vote for your favorite artini online at Washingtonian.com/artini. Feature Nights are open to everyone and free to attend.
When & Where
Corcoran Gallery of Art; The 1869 Society
Established in 1869, the Corcoran Gallery of Art was one of America’s first museums of art, dedicated, in the words of founder William Wilson Corcoran, to “encouraging American genius.” Today it is Washington, D.C.’s largest nonfederal art museum, known internationally for its distinguished collection of historical and modern American art, European art, contemporary art, photography and media arts, and decorative arts. A dynamic schedule of exhibitions complements a range of educational programming, which together enriches the perspectives of the visiting public, support the local arts community, and encourage thoughtful interpretation of today’s most compelling social issues.