According to Art in Bloom 2019 Chair Eleanor Bond,
“I hope the community will join me, along with Honorary Chair Beverly Freeman and the Dallas Museum of Art League, in celebrating the 20th anniversary of Art in Bloom, which supports the the Dallas Museum of Art’s exhibition and education programs, as well as the DMA League’s Floral Endowment Fund.
“The New Orleans-inspired celebration, Joie des Fleurs, will be held on Sunday, March 31, at the Museum and will include live jazz entertainment, two brunch seatings, at 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. in the Atrium, as well as two seatings in the Horchow Auditorium for a floral demonstration by designer Françoise Weeks, renowned throughout Europe, USA and Canada for her woodland and botanical haute couture, who will create beautiful floral arrangements and wearable works of floral art.
“As well, we are so excited to present the third annual ‘Art in Bloom Floral Exhibition,’ a unique display of floral arrangements inspired by works from the Museum’s permanent collection and created by local designers.
“With the event falling on a Sunday, we will also have ‘floral-inspired’ family activities throughout the Museum, including an artist demonstration in the Fleischner Courtyard, crafts in the Center for Creative Connections, and more.
“Sponsorships and tickets are on sale now. For more information about Art in Bloom: Joie des Fleurs, contact Edwina Gonzalez at the DMA’s Office of Special Events at 214.922.1800, or visit the Art In Bloom webpage.”
* Graphic courtesy of Art In Bloom 2019