McNay Puts a New Spin on Modern Art Using Vinyl

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McNay Puts a New Spin on Modern Art Using Vinyl
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McNay Puts a New Spin on Modern Art Letting You Experience Vinyl in a New Way

The first museum of modern art in Texas, the McNay puts a new spin on modern art so you can experience vinyl in a whole new way for one night only: Art Vinyl: Spin It Your Way.

The McNay Art Museum is pleased to present Art Vinyl: Spin It Your Way, a fun and fresh after-hours event organized by the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF). The event is the first of its kind at the Museum and will be held Friday, September 7, 2018 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM. Tickets are $50 per person.

Nearly 300 unique works of art on vinyl by over 100 regional and national artists are for sale. Each work of art is priced at $100 (framed pieces will be priced slightly higher) and the artist will remain anonymous, lending to an element of intrigue, until the time of purchase. Artists are from San Antonio and the surrounding region, but there will also be national and international artists represented. Many artists are well established in their artistic practice, but some are also talented students from area high school and college art programs.

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McNay Puts a New Spin on Modern Art with Vinyl

Featured Artists include: Richard Armendariz, Bianca Alvarez, Sabra Booth, Alyssa Danna, Raul Gonzalez, Amada Miller, Alejandro Padilla, Angie Riojas, Victoria Suescum, Terry Ybanez, Guillermina Zabala, and many more.

As guests enter McNay’s lobby for check-in, they will be greeted with Ethiopian and Brazilian jazz that will compliment specialty coffees provided by Espresso Amore Mio.

Upon check-in, guests will have the opportunity to pre-purchase uniquely numbered, red dots for $100 each. These dots are how the museum will track who purchased each art vinyl. With dots in hand, guests will enter Leeper Auditorium at 7:00pm to browse the collection of art records. Once a dot is placed on the label accompanying the record, that record is considered sold. Guests may return to the check-in desk at any time during the evening to purchase dots until they are sold out. Art Incorporated has provided frames for some vinyls on display as well as providing “jackets” for packaging all vinyls once purchased.

Complimentary cocktails provided by San Antonio Cocktail Conference will be flowing during the evening for your enjoyment, including the unveiling of the official Signature Cocktail for SA Cocktail Conference 2019. Citrus meets spice, with a sweet finish is sure to make the Signature Cocktail for the San Antonio Cocktail Conference 2019 a favorite for everyone to sip. In addition, Bohanan’s and Peggy’s on the Green will be serving an assortment of passed savory hors d’oeuves. And of course it’s not a party without chocolate, so Chocollazo will be providing exquisite, uniquely designed chocolate desserts to please your sweetest sweet tooth.

Not only will you be able to browse exclusive vinyl art, eat amazing food and drink delicious cocktails from some of San Antonio finest artists, you will be entertained by DJ Rikko who will be spinning music all evening. You can dance the night away on a custom dance floor created by San Antonio-based artist Raul Gonzalez designed for maximum dance-groove enjoyment.

This event will be fun and for a great cause, highlighting the vinyl revolution and the MCCF’s love of art collecting. This event will be a sellout, so buying tickets early is encouraged. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.mcnayart.org/events/event/art-vinyl-spinit-your-way/ or by calling 210-805-1758.

Art Vinyl: Spin it Your Way Event at McNay

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McNay Puts a New Spin on Modern Art with Vinyl

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.

Bohanan’s and sister restaurant Peggy’s on the Green will be serving savory hors d’oeuvres & cocktails while the San Antonio Cocktail Conference reveals its Official 2019 Signature Cocktail at this event.  Chocollazo will be offering exquisite desserts while Espresso Amore Mio will add a “buzz” to the evening with their specialty coffees. All this while a DJ spins your favorite music making for an evening you don’t want to miss.

When: Friday, September 7th, from 7 – 10pm.

Where: McNay Art Museum, 6000 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78209

Art Vinyl: Spin It Your Way is a fundraiser/event for the McNay, organized by the contemporary arts group McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF). All proceeds from Art Vinyl will benefit the McNay’s acquisition fund for contemporary art. The mission of the MCCF is to support acquisition of contemporary art for the McNay Art Museum and to enhance the public’s understanding and appreciation of contemporary art.

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McNay Puts a New Spin on Modern Art with Vinyl

Generous supporters who help the McNay spin in the right direction are: Espresso Amore Mio, Chocollazo, San Antonio Cocktail Conference, Bohanan’s, Peggy’s on the Green, and Art Incorporated.

About the 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 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. MCCF also hosts an annual fund raising event held each fall, and directly supports the McNay’s art acquisition fund. In 2007, 139,000 visitors were served through educational programs, including over 72,000 students who experienced the McNay’s contemporary art collection through teacher programs. For questions about the MCCF or if you would like to join, please call 210-8051756.

About the McNay Art Museum

The McNay Art Museum engages a diverse community in the discovery and enjoyment of the visual arts. Built in the 1920s by artist and educator Marion Koogler McNay, the Spanish Colonial Revival residence became the site of Texas’s first museum of modern art when it opened in 1954. For more than half a century, the McNay has enchanted visitors with its art, architecture, and ambiance. The Museum offers rich and varied exhibitions as well as rotating displays in the Main Collection Galleries from the 20,000 works in the collection.

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