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Progressive Architecture Dinner

September 18, 2021, 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Plains Art Museum’s Fifth Annual Progressive Architecture Dinner is ready to present CONTRASTS.

Join us for a tour of three spectacular homes. All of them the kinds of places you’ve driven by and said “I wonder what it looks like inside” or “I’d love to meet the owners.”

HOUSE ONE is a minimalist contemporary in a traditional downtown neighborhood, with hors d’oeuvres provided by Milk Made.

HOUSE TWO is an outrageously fabulous make-over of a Forties urban cottage, with a gorgeous salad course provided by Savory Catering.

HOUSE THREE is an ageless semi-rural Prairie-style modern, with a main course provided by Blackbird Woodfire and dessert by Sonder Bakehouse.

All homes include a self-led tour of the home and a 20 minutes conversation between the homeowners and their architects.

All courses will be individualized and/or containered. Pizzas will be design-your-own from a menu of options. Please let us know when you make reservations if you have dietary restrictions.

Each location will have hand sanitizer stations and will require masks to be worn while inside each home. Meals will be served and eaten outside to further promote safety and social distancing.

Tickets are $175 each and all net proceeds benefit PlainsArt4All, the Museum’s free general admission program. Reserve your spot soon! There are only 50 tickets available, which will be departing in two flights to keep the event safe for all.

Questions? Please contact Sarah Anstett, sanstett@plainsart.org.


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