Milwaukee Art Museum’s ‘Art in Bloom’ event returns after 2-year hiatus
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — The popular Art in Bloom event will return to the Milwaukee Art Museum after a two-year hiatus.
Nearly 30 art-inspired floral installations will be on display in the galleries from April 7-10.
Each arrangement is created by a local florist who is inspired by a specific work of art from the museum’s collection.
This year, florists will interpret the paintings Saint Francis of Assisi in his tomb by Francisco de Zurbaran, Father Jacques (the wood gatherer) by Jules Bastien-Lepage, and the large-scale sculptural installations Trowel by Claes Oldenburg and edge of england by Cornelia Parker.
Museum members have the first opportunity to reserve tickets for the event. Reservations can be made at mam.org/bloom.
Tickets will be available to the general public on March 3.
Masks are mandatory in the museum for all staff and visitors, and event capacity will be limited to encourage social distancing.
Timed tickets are required and must be reserved in advance.
Dates and times:
Thursday, April 7: 10am–8pm
Between 10 a.m. and noon, watch local artisans build their flower arrangements in the galleries. Book timed tickets after noon to see the fully completed flower displays.
Friday, April 8: 10am–8pm
Saturday April 9: 10am–8pm
Sunday April 10: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Members at Art Advocate level and above get early access to the event from 9am to 10am
Members of the museum: $10
Child members 17 and under: Free
Students, Seniors (65+), Military: $22
Children 12 and under: Free
Wisconsin K-12 teachers: Free, on presentation of a valid school identity card or payment slip
Paused for the 2022 event, the Art in Bloom market, the fashion show and the guided tours.