Wire*— Phoenix Art Museum and Contemporary Forum, a dynamic support group of the Museum, will present the second annual Contemporary Forum Art + Architecture Weekend from April 13 through April 15, 2018. This event provides an exclusive, insider look at some of the Valley’s most breathtaking custom homes and private art collections.
Guests can choose between Gold ($100) and Platinum ($500) ticket levels, each offering access to select home tours, parties, and conversations with Valley connoisseurs.
Offering a rare opportunity to step inside custom Valley homes that celebrate the synergy between art and architecture, the Art + Architecture Weekend will showcase homes in Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe, with a broad variety of architects and artists represented.
Art + Architecture Weekend Itinerary*
Friday, April 13 | 6 pm – 8 pm
Opening party at Phoenix Art Museum including guided tour of current exhibit, Iris Van Herpen: Transforming Fashion presented by Arizona Costume Institute.
All ticket holders
Saturday, April 14 | 10 am – 6 pm
Platinum Home Tour of four exclusive homes with luxury transportation and lunch provided. Includes invitation to a private reception immediately following tour, from 4–6 pm. Please note that a limited quantity of Platinum Tickets are available.
Platinum tickets holders only
Sunday, April 15 | 11 am – 5 pm
Gold Home Tour guests will receive a map of a select group of custom homes in the Valley with exceptional architecture and incredible art collections, and will be able to visit the homes at their leisure. Map pick-up begins at 10:00 am.
All ticket holders
5 pm – 7 pm Closing Party
Platinum and gold ticket holders who are also CF Members
*Please note ticket levels that correspond to different events.
Ticket sales will be open starting March 10 at tickets.phxart.org. All proceeds directly benefit Contemporary Forum, the dynamic volunteer organization whose mission is to support contemporary art at Phoenix Art Museum.
The fundraising efforts of the CF Art + Architecture Weekend will help build the Museum’s contemporary art collection, support exhibitions of contemporary art, strengthen the Museum’s regional and national presence, and enhance art education initiatives.
For more details, please visit artandarchitectureweekend.org.
Featured Image by Tom Merman. Courtesy of Contemporary Forum.
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