From Friday, April 21st through Sunday April 23rd, RiverBrink Art Museum presents Art & Blooms, a special partnership between RiverBrink Art Museum and the Garden Club of Niagara.
Friday, April 21st
The exhibition opens on Friday April 21st with a fundraiser: an exclusive preview offered to those attending two Thé à la française or French Tea events, organized by Carole Berlove.
Offered at 1:00 pm or 3:00 pm, each will feature French tea served with a variety of savoury and sweet French canapés, and an opportunity to meet and chat with acclaimed Niagara food writer Lynne Ogryzlo. There will also be opportunities to vote for favourite artwork/floral pairings and to win door prizes.
Tickets for the Thé à la française fundraising events are $60.00
Tickets on sale now!
Please call RiverBrink Art Museum, from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, Tuesday through Saturday, at 905-262-4510 for sales.
Saturday, April 22nd
Open to the public from 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
General Admission $10
Visitors will be able to vote for their favourite artwork/floral pairing. A Visitors’ Choice Award will be presented for the artwork/floral pairing that receives the most votes!
Sunday, April 23rd
On Sunday afternoon at 3:00 pm, Canadian artist Reinhard Reitzenstein will present an illustrated talk on his most recent projects.
Reitzenstein’s work explores the interconnections of nature, culture, science and technology. He works in several parallel areas: indoor installation and sculpture using cast, spun and welded metals, wood, glass, photography, digitally processed images; large scale drawings; outdoor tree-based installations and sound art. He travels and exhibits his work extensively, often addressing contemporary cultural issues in his public lectures. He has been the Head of the Department of Art Sculpture Program at SUNY, Buffalo, since 2000.
Tickets for the lecture are $20.00.
Reserve your seat now!
Please call RiverBrink Art Museum, from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, Tuesday through Saturday, at 905-262-4510 for registration.
Reitzenstein beside his sculpture 2000 Years on the Edge on the Brock University campus in 2015. The sculpture has since been moved to the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, located in downtown St. Catharines.