This next theme is based on a true icon and she needs no introduction.
Tickets for the season finale of Art On The Rocks featuring Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears are on sale now!
Try your hand at these drinks at home or come up with an art-inspired cocktail of your own! Don’t forget to enjoy a delicious Tito’s Handmade Vodka cocktail this summer at the season finale of Art On The Rocks on August 9.
Check out our interview with Kevin Cook to learn more about Paper Doll’s story and what you can expect at AfterRocks on August 9th.
Our sponsors continue to make Art On The Rocks the best nights of the summer, year after year!
Stop by the Bromberg’s Lounge during Art On The Rocks to win something sparkly!
The smooth soulful sounds of Durand Jones & the Indications might sound like something straight out of the 70s, but this band of millennials isn’t looking back.
Have questions about Art On The Rocks? We’ve got answers!
Taking cues from “Ways of Seeing: Fashion,” the 2019 season of Art On Rocks features three fashion-inspired themes. Join us in July for Fluid Fashion!
Art On The Rocks presented by Dale’s Seasoning is always a hit, but the chance to get a killer Instagram picture gets better every year. Want to snap a shot that all your friends will be commenting on? Keep reading for the inside scoop of the best spots at the BMA to document your Art […]
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