Looking to stimulate your senses this weekend?
Pick and choose between a few of our hand selected art shows happening around town this weekend.
Either support a local up and coming artist, a new shop catering to your jewelry addiction, and/or spend a day at the Palm Springs Art Museum to check out their new and old exhibits.
See you there….
THE WONDERFUL AND TALENTED HEIDI ABRAHAMSON’S SHOW OF GORGEOUS SILVER JEWELRY AT FLOW MODERN DESIGN:
MODERN ARCHITECTURE FOR THE BODY
SATURDAY OCTOBER 6, 5-8PM
FLOW MODERN DESIGN 768 N. PALM CYN DR.
PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA 92264
HORS D’OEUVRE BY WORKSHOP KITCHEN & BAR
DRINKS PROVIDED BY FMD
Just down the street from Flow Modern Design is another art show happening inside the Desert Arts Center in Palm Springs.
XXLateLater in the evening make your way down to Palm Desert for a group art show at Venus Art Supply. Always good vibes and a good crowd!
Woven Together: Art and Design in Southwest Indian Textiles
10.02.12 – 12.30.12
Woven Together: Art and Design in Southwest Indian Textiles examines one hundred years of artistic developments in Southwest Native American weaving. Drawn from the museum’s permanent collection, the exhibition presents sixty-four Navajo and Pueblo blankets, rugs, and pictorial weavings dating from the 1870s to 1970s.
Examples from the late 19th-century Classic and Transitional Periods through the Regional Rug Period of the first half of the 20th century are featured with a selection of historic Germantown and banded blankets from the Jan and Mark Hilbert Collection. The textiles are accompanied by fine examples of basketry, pottery, jewelry, and kachinas from the museum’s permanent collection.
POP GOES THE HUMOR
05.26.12 – 10.07.12
From the Museum’s Permanent Collection
The exhibitionPop Goes the Humor ends this Sunday, October 7. If you have not yet had the chance to view this exhibition drawn from the museum’s permanent collection, you still have time to do so. Through humorous and popular imagery, Pop artists addressed the human experience — providing comic relief, amusement, and to keep us from taking things too seriously.
“Museums on Us”
FREE museum admission
October 6 and 7, 2012
Through a special grant from Bank of America, the Palm Springs Art Museum and the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert join more than 150 other cultural institutions throughout the United States in offering free access to some of America’s favorite museums and cultural institutions on the first full weekend of every month. To qualify for Museums on Us free admission, you must be a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch card customer. Simply present your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card along with a photo ID to gain free general admission to the museum or any other participating institution. Cardholders only; guests are not eligible for free admission.