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Harn Mixers are art-inspired gatherings and fundraisers hosted by Harn members and friends in the Gainesville community. Check out photos on Facebook from our past events at the homes of Eric + Sherri Amundson; Janet Davies + Kirk Anthony; and Hector Puig + Olga Vygovskaya.
Friday, March 29, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
March into spring with a pleasant evening filled with art, conversation and community. Join us at the remarkable mid-twentieth century home of David Etherington and Jeff Dunn.
Designed in 1950 by architect M.H. Johnson, this home is sure to catch your eye, and just wait until you see what is inside. Enjoy a variety of art, including paintings by Alyne Harris, Irene Salley, Mike Segal, Ellie Blair, Bill Schaaf and Annie Pais. Glass, ceramic and sculpture works by Frank James, Ann Stevens Hoffman, Paul Larkin, Christine Sibley and Tom Torrens. Also on view, various ornate keepsakes from explorations to India, Italy and Thailand among others.
Learn more and reserve your tickets here.
Thursday, May 2, 6 - 8 pm
Art is abloom! Join us for another art-inspired evening this spring highlighted by original and unique works of art at the home of Wes and Brenda Wheeler. See an array of local and Florida-based artists, including Leslie Peebles, Miriam Novak, Jim Carpenter, Diana Tonneson, Kimberly Wilcox, Tim Malles, Linda Pence, Eleanor Blair and Margaret Tolbert. Enjoy Florida nature photography by John Moran, Carlton Ward and Mac Stone as well as ceramics by Ana Varela.
Buy your ticket now and invite a friend to join you for a delightful evening of drinks, light eats, live music and art while supporting the Harn Museum of Art.
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Saturday, March 30, 6:30 - 9 pm
Director Lee Anne Chesterfield cordially invites members & friends to a pARTy at the Harn Museum of Art.
6:30 - 7 pm: Director's Welcome & Special Remarks
7 - 9 pm: Hors d’oeuvres & Drinks
Beer Garden provided by First Magnitude Brewing Company.
See our new exhibitions: Divergent Convergence: The Arts of Creativity, Discovery & Inquiry, Inside Outside: Outside Inside – A Century of East Asian Landscapes 1900s-2000s, I, Too, Am America: Civil Rights Photographs by Steve Schapiro, Monsters and the Monstrous, The Art of Pedro Pablo Oliva, Art of Inquiry
HOW TO RSVP:
*If you are a UF faculty, staff or student member, use your GatorLink (ufl.edu) email address.
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