Art in Bloom
Thursday, April 11, 2019 to Sunday, April 14, 2019
Every second year, the galleries blossom with a feast for the senses—a lush exhibit of floral designs and the art that inspires them. Professional and non-professional florists will interpret 15th to 21st-century works from the WAG collection. Mark your calendar for this festival celebrating spring, art, and creative community! Entry is included in your Gallery admission price.
WORKSHOPS: In the lead-up to Art in Bloom 2019, join us for workshops on understanding plants, seeds, and food security.
- September 6, 2:30-4:30pm: The Green Thread - Medicine Circles and Planting as Therapy with Cheryl Cohan. For information on this free workshop and to register, click here.
INTERPRET: If you’d like to be one of the community interpreters, using flowers to interpret a piece of art from the museum’s collection, please email Eleni Wener for details.
CLASSES: Watch this page to see when classes become available for registration as professional florists teach hands-on arranging tips and techniques.
PREVIEW: Sip and taste some springlike concoctions as you get a preview of the show on April 11, 2019.
Art in Bloom 2019 Committee
Hennie Corrin, Hazel Borys, Adele Wortzman, Charlene Brown, Cheryl Cohan, Cheryl Sharfe, Christine Lylyk, Colleen Zacharius, Dawn Stewart, Deb Woloshyn, Eleni Wener, Esme Scarlett, Genevieve Ferrell, Ginny Devine, Gloria Sawatzky, Jan Bailey, Jan Burns, Janice Chance, John Statham, Judy Kaprowy, Kaili Brown, Leanne Akman, Mary Blankstein, Pat McCullough, Richard Yaffe, Sandra Lorange, Serena Keshavjee, Shelley Tadman, Sherry MacDonald, Susan Knox, Susan Millican, Tannis Mindell.