The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego‘s annual “Spring Thing” benefit will bring together young art lovers for live music, craft beer and fine dining next Friday at the institution’s downtown location.
With Los Angeles-based artist Marnie Weber‘s “Sailing at Sunset” photo collage providing a focal point, the benefit will salute what organizers call the “rebellious spirit” of contemporary art — “those who have made and broken the rules of what art is and can be.”
Patrons can can expect an untraditional evening of fine dining, craft drinks, and a lineup of live music from 6:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday, March 4, at the museum’s Jacobs Building at 1100 Kettner Boulevard.
Dinner tickets are $150 for members of the museum’s Avant Garde group, and $175 for others. Tickets for just the late night portion are $50 for both members and non-members.
Founded in 1941, MCASD is the preeminent contemporary visual arts institution in San Diego County with more than 4,700 works in its collection and galleries in La Jolla and downtown.
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