Sneak Peek at a Great Event Happening at the McNay Art Museum Friday, September 7th
Here is a sneak peek at Art Vinyl: Spin it Your Way, a stellar event coming up at the McNay in September. For one night only, experience vinyl in a whole new way! We have teamed up with established and emerging artists for an evening of one-of-a-kind works—with a spin. Approximately 100 regional and national artists display nearly 300 unique artworks on vinyl—painted, sculpted, collaged, and more—and all are available for purchase. Each work of art is priced at $100 and the creator is anonymous—you won’t know who created it until you have made your purchase!
Art Inc is also a sponsor and will be providing jackets for vinyl records.
Culinary sponsors for the event are some of the best in city: Bohanan’s, Chocollazo, San Antonio Cocktail Conference, Peggy’s on the Green, Espresso Amore Mio and Clementine. Expect to be wowed by this great lineup.
Signature cocktails, savory hors d’oeuvres, exquisite desserts, specialty coffees, and a DJ spinning your favorite music make for an evening you don’t want to miss, all to benefit the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF).
Sip, dine, and shop to the beat of the spinning vinyl all while benefiting a great museum in San Antonio.
What: Art Vinyl, Spin It Your Way, a fundraiser/event for McNay, organized by the contemporary arts group (MCCF). Over 100 artists from around the country are painting, collating and sculpting vinyl records. All vinyls on sale at event.
When: Friday, September 7th, from 7 – 10pm.
Where: McNay Art Museum, 6000 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78209
Cost: Tickets are $50
Phone: (210) 824-5368
McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF)
The McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF) supports contemporary art at the McNay and builds bridges between the museum and San Antonio’s vibrant art community. MCCF members enjoy privileges including exclusive viewings of exhibitions and private collections, travel opportunities, participation in the acquisition of new contemporary art for the museum, and distinctive educational presentations with critics, curators, and art historians. MCCF is responsible for initiating the Artists Looking at Art series, which features four artists each year and displays their work in the museum for three months.