ART on TAP
Downtown Tucson’s Biggest Beer, Food, Art & Music Event at the Tucson Museum of Art
ART on TAP, downtown’s biggest craft beer, food, art, and music event will be held Saturday, December 5, 2015, 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM at the Tucson Museum of Art (TMA).
Co-presented by TMA and Craft Tucson, ART on TAP will feature more than a dozen local and statewide craft breweries, food vendors, demonstrations by the Sonoran Glass School, make-your-own beer bottle cap jewelry, and live music by Tucson-based art band, Crystal Radio. Inspired by the current exhibition, Western Heroes of Pulp Fiction: Dime Novel to Pop Culture, attendees are encouraged to dress as their comic hero alter-ego for a costume contest.
Free admission to TMA is included with ART on TAP tickets. “ART on TAP has more local craft beers and art activities than ever before,” said TMA events coordinator and ART on TAP organizer Matthew Slominski.
“If you’ve ever wanted to try nearly every beer made in Tucson, and some from throughout the state, while watching live glass demonstrations and hearing Tucson’s most amazing art band, this is where you want to be!”
Participating Craft Breweries 1912 Brewing Company, Borderlands Brewing Company, Catalina Brewing Company, Dragoon Brewing Co., Four Peaks Brewing Company, Mother Road Brewing, O.H.S.O. Brewery, Phoenix Ale Brewery, Public Brewhouse, Ten55 Brewing, The Address Brewing, Thunder Canyon Brewery, and other craft beer providers. Participating Food Vendors American Flying Buffalo, Cody Coyote Kettle Corn, Mama Louisa’s Italian Restaurant, and Mutts Premium Hot Dogs & Sausages. ART on TAP Details
When: Saturday, December 5, 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM Where: Tucson Museum of Art, 140 N. Main Avenue in historic downtown Tucson
Cost: In advance online: $30 General / $20 Museum Members / $10 Designated Driver. At the door day of event: $40 (everyone)
Phone: (520) 624-2333 ext. 100
Tucson Museum of Art Directions
The Museum is located at 140 N. Main Avenue in historic downtown Tucson, at the crossroads of W. Alameda and N. Main Avenue. About the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block’s mission is Connecting Art to Life.
The Museum was founded 1924 in the El Presidio Historic District of downtown Tucson. It is Southern Arizona’s premier presenter of fine art and art education programs. The Museum features permanent and traveling exhibitions of Modern and Contemporary, Native American, American West, Latin American, and Asian art. The 74,000 square foot Museum offers tours of exhibits, public education programs, and studio art classes.
The Museum’s Historic Block of 19th and 20th C. adobe and Mission Revival-style buildings, encompassing an entire four-acre city block, includes the John K. Goodman Pavilion of Western Art, displaying the Museum’s notable art of the American West collection, the highly acclaimed Museum restaurant Café a la C’Art, and additional exhibition and studio spaces.
For more information, please visit www.TucsonMuseumofArt.org or call (520) 624-2333. Keep current on the latest events by following the Museum on Facebook.
TMA is a private 501 (c) (3) charitable arts and education organization.
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