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Craft Brews, BBQ, & Blues: Year 5

Alexandria Museum of Art

Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)

Craft Brews, BBQ, & Blues: Year 5

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Admit One (Regular)   more info Not Started $50.00 $3.49
Early Bird Twofer (Pair of Tickets)   more info Jun 6, 2017 $75.00 $4.74

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Back for Year 5, Alexandria Museum of Art's Craft Brews, BBQ, & Blues fundraiser for 2017
promises more Louisiana Craft Beer and bigger entertainment, featuring CENLA's
original Craft Beer competition. You get the Craft Brews, the BBQ, and the Blues all on this one ticket.  


This year's Blues will be provided by the one-and-only Jimbo Mathus,
solo performer, and front man of the Squirrel Nut Zippers, and Knockdown South.  


Hear Jimbo Here: https://youtu.be/Pm54JhxiOK4





Louisiana Craft Beer brewers will meet up in Alexandria, Louisiana
once again to sample their brews and go head-to-head in multiple categories,
and one will walk away with the People's Choice award too!

You try the beer, you decide the winner!



Last year, this event was sold out, so be sure to get your tickets early!

More details to come, but stay tuned by following Alexandria Museum of Art on Facebook, or by visiting www.themuseum.org/brews.





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*Two for $75 for a limited time, while they last.

 

Have questions about Craft Brews, BBQ, & Blues: Year 5? Contact Alexandria Museum of Art

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Alexandria Museum of Art
933 2nd Street
Alexandria, LA 71301

Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)


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Alexandria Museum of Art


The Alexandria Museum of Art has promoted understanding and appreciation of art through three decades of exhibitions and educational outreach programs. The mission of the Alexandria Museum of Art is to preserve, exhibit, and promote visual art throughout Central Louisiana in a manner that contributes to the quality of life. To accomplish this, we educate, in order to advance the public’s knowledge of and appreciation for the value of art as a source of beauty, inspiration, information, and expression. The vision of the Alexandria Museum of Art is to be the premier arts center of Central Louisiana, providing quality programming, exhibitions, and events, as well as outreach programs, taking a collaborative approach to meet the educational and cultural needs of our community.

The Alexandria Museum of Art opened in October 1977 as the public organ of the Central Louisiana Art Association, which had existed since 1938. Since its inception, the Museum was housed in a complex dominated by the historic Rapides Bank Building, c. 1898, a National Register structure. In October 1995, the Museum Trustees undertook a new campaign titled “Jewel on the Red.” The goal of the campaign was to raise $6 million dollars for the construction of a new museum and a renovation of the historic bank and $2 million dollars for an operating endowment. In 1998, the Alexandria Museum of Art expanded and constructed its grand foyer and offices as an annex to the Rapides Bank Building. In 1999, the Alexandria Museum of Art was honored at an Outstanding Arts Organization in the Governor’s Arts Awards. In 2006, the Museum merged into a new entity, the Alexandria Museum Association, owned by the Louisiana State University at Alexandria (LSUA) Foundation. This action leveraged the assets and resources of both institutions in order to provide the most benefit to the community. This new LSUA Foundation entity entered into a collaborative agreement with the LSU Board of Supervisors (LSUA) to continue operations of the Alexandria Museum of Art.

The Alexandria Museum of Art entices visitors of diverse tastes with rotating exhibitions of art from our permanent collection, traveling exhibitions from around the world, and exceptional contemporary artists. Educational and community programs are implemented to compliment exhibitions. In an effort to become self-sufficient and sustainable, the Alexandria Museum of Art endeavors to establish programming that is collaborative in nature, beneficial to the community, and advances our mission.

The Alexandria Museum of Art also serves as a downtown campus for LSUA classes. It is host to multidisciplinary community events, including concerts, lectures, yoga classes, Second Saturday Markets, and Museum Afterhours. These events support all art forms – film, literature, poetry, songwriting, and visual arts. The community-centered approach adopted by the Museum proceeds from its mission; the Alexandria Museum of Art desires to be the model of a learning and enrichment facility that reflects and exhibits the essence of the community and region that created it.

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