Finally, it’s Friday.
Looking for something cool to do tonight? Something interesting? Different? How about something FREE?
Well, look no further.
Every first Friday of the month the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert will be hosting free concerts in their sculpture garden. These will take place from 4:00pm – 8:00pm. Local breweries provide the drinks, PSAM provides the romantic atmosphere and performance artists provide the entertainment. All you have to do is show up!
Enjoy Palm Desert’s First Weekend at the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert!! Our Free 1st Friday at The Galen event includes live music, docent tours of “A Grand Adventure,” our current exhibition, craft beer and more. Enjoy free admission this and every day thanks to Helen Galen. Free to attend, come on over after visiting Art Walk and El Paseo After Dark, take the courtesy cart and see it all! Click the link below for info, not tickets as it’s FREE!
Friday, December 5th
performance of “American Rainmaker: A Weather Opera” by Chris Kallmye
12/05/14 6 p.m.
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert
Chris Kallmyer: American Rainmaker, A Weather Opera
with the Los Angeles Department of Weather Modification
What is weather? How do we take it into our lives, or attempt to keep it out? Can we modify the weather to make a new California? These are the questions asked at the Los Angeles Department of Weather Modification (LADWM). Sound artist Chris Kallmyer and the LADWM investigate the weather and history of modification in the arid west through sound, spirit, and folklore. The performance is accompanied by custom neon art from the desert’s own RioFine Neon.
In conjunction with the El Paseo Art Walk and F1RST WEEKend Palm Desert, the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert continues their successful Free First Fridays at The Galen event on Friday, December 5th with free admission from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m, scheduled docent tours at 4 p.m., and a live performance by Chris Kallmyer at 6 p.m. Enjoy the current exhibition A Grand Adventure: American Art of the West and live entertainment in the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden.
For more information about Kallmyer’s work, visit http://www.chriskallmyer.com/
This performance is supported by the LEF Foundation.