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Castellani Art Museum presents 'Come Together: pARTy at the CAM'

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Mon, Jun 3rd 2019 02:30 pm

Inaugural summer event at Niagara County’s only visual arts museum

The Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University is hosting its inaugural summer event, “Come Together: pARTy at the CAM,” on from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 25. This “friend-raiser” “encourages first-time and longstanding visitors to enjoy an exciting summer evening on the beautiful campus of Niagara University.”

“Come Together: pARTy at the CAM” attendees can enjoy cocktails, art demonstrations, food trucks, local restaurant vendors, VIP tours, and live music from The BBC Band, a Beatles cover band.

“We’re thrilled to be launching this event, as it’s been a long time in the making,” said Tara L. Walker, curator of education and visitor engagement. “Through ‘Come Together: pARTy at the CAM,’ we aim to expand our broad base of local support and introduce a new generation to the museum and the role art can play in one’s everyday life.”

Lawn chairs and picnic blankets are encouraged. Admission is ages 21 and up. Tickets are $20 for the general public and $15 for museum members. Each admission ticket also includes a complimentary cocktail or beverage.

Tickets are available online at www.castellaniartmuseum.org or can be purchased by visiting the CAM at 7 Varsity Drive, Niagara University. Call 716-286-8200 for additional information.

About Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

Since opening in 1990, the CAM has become an integral part of Niagara University. The museum’s mission is to connect diverse audiences to art by inspiring creativity and learning within the campus community and beyond. The CAM is the only visual arts museum in Niagara County and has a collection of 5,500 works of art, including those by notable artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali, Louise Nevelson, Cindy Sherman and Robert Rauschenberg. The museum strives to present a wide range of exhibitions, exploring everything from regional folk art to world-class Niagara Falls prints and modern masters.

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