Carnegie Museum of Art and the Women’s Committee
April 4–7, 2013
Spring truly blossoms with the return of Art in Bloom, a four-day celebration of timeless art and fresh flowers, presented by the Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Exotic and imaginative floral displays inspired by great works of art are on view in Carnegie Museum of Art’s galleries. Regional garden clubs and local non-profit organizations create these stunning floral displays in a spectrum of styles, filling the galleries with the season’s most vibrant colors and loveliest fragrances. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the art collection complemented in an exciting new way.
The four-day event includes a preview gala and a presentation by Danielle Rollins, foremost tastemaker in lifestyle and entertaining.
To purchase Preview Gala tickets for $150 per person, click here.
To make a donation or to request more information about Art in Bloom, please contact the Women's Committee at 412.622.3325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art in Bloom is presented by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Accomodations provided by Mansions on Fifth.
Founded in 1957, the Women's Committee is dedicated to furthering the interests of Carnegie Museum of Art and promoting its cultural and educational value in the community. Since its inception, the Women's Committee has funded the purchase of art for the collections, contributed to the museum's infrastructure and gallery renovations, and participated as a major donor to museum endowment and capital campaigns. The Women's Committee operates as an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation registered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.