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The Bass Museum March Happenings

Here is what is happening at The Bass during the month of March.



SURREAL NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

APR 30 | 8 - 11 PM


We are excited to announce The Bass’ annual members-only extravaganza, Night at The Museum!


Join us on April 30 from 8 – 11 PM as we dream and dance in the unconscious for a fantastical one-night-only evening in the aquatic, Surreal Night at The Museum.


Inspired by the iconic surrealism art movement of the twentieth century, the museum transforms with unique art, music, stylish fashion and delightful culinary activations, Come as You Art! Guests bring the surreal theme to life by donning their most dazzling attire.


The Bass’ signature fundraiser is open to museum members at the Affiliate level and above. Plus, members enjoy additional benefits including free admission, invites to private curator talks, discounts, advance registration and more!


To learn more about becoming a member visit the link below!




SUPERFINE ART FAIR

MAR 10 - 13


Members of The Bass, check out your latest benefit!


Get discounted tickets to the Superfine Art Fair, returning to Miami Beach from March 10-13 at the iconic 1111 Lincoln Road building.


Superfine Art Fair brings 25,000 square feet of art to Miami Beach, and a number of activations in partnership with local organizations like The Bass, including an exclusive VIP opening night with craft cocktails sponsored by Truman Vodka, live entertainment, and Superfine's premiere into NFTs.


Members at the Insider level and above receive complimentary access to the Vernissage with re-entry throughout the weekend.


Bass Museum members at the Affiliate level and below enjoy 50% off art fair tickets with the below promo codes!


At the Affiliate level, use the promo code SUPERBASSAFFILIATE.


At the Dual/Family, Artist, Student, Teacher and General levels use the promo code SUPERBASSFAMILY.


For any questions, contact Everett Ford at membership@thebass.org. Visit the link below and get your discounted tickets:




NEW MONUMENTS CLOSING GATHERING

MAR 11 | 4 - 6 PM


Join us Friday March 11 from 4 – 6 PM for a closing gathering in honor of the inaugural monument, Najja Moon’s Your Mommas Voice in the Back of Your Head in light of the sculpture's recent vandalism and destruction. To learn more, visit the link below.




BRUNCH AT THE BASS

MAR 13 | 12 - 1:30 PM


Join Barbara London in a conversation where we will discuss the work of artists who have consistently engaged with new technologies.


From pioneering activists Nam June Paik and Dara Birnbaum, to Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Alex Israel, and Naama Tsabar, London will reflect upon the insightful ways these artists inspire.


Visit the link below to RSVP!




NAAAMA TSABAR

TWILIGHT (GAFFER WALL) 2006/2021


In Twilight (Gaffer Wall), 2006/2021, Naama Tsabar brings the backstage to the center stage.


Gaffer tape is a utilitarian material often associated with unseen backstage labor. Tsabar uses gaffer tape from the floor to a wall where it becomes the focus, a kind of night veil and transitional piece from Melodies of Certain Damage to Inversions.


Come and experience Twilight (Gaffer Wall), 2006/2021 as part of Naama Tsabar’s: Perimeters on view through May 29, 2022!




FAMILY DAY RECAP

FEB 27


Last weekend, guests joined us for a fun-filled Family Day at The Bass!


Guests enjoyed art making for all ages led by Bass educators, special pop-up performances by the Miami Children's Chorus, and an exhibition by students that participated in Miami Beach’s STEAM+ program.


Visit the link below to lear more about this months Family Day March 27!




SPRING ART CAMPS

MAR 21 - 25


Ignite your child's artistic creativity by registering them for Spring Art Camps at The Bass Creativity Center!


Campers will use their unique creativity to make one-of-a-kind projects designed by teaching artists and learn through fun, hands-on art activities in sculpture, painting, design and more. All camps end the week with a student exhibition.


By ML Staff. Image courtesy of The Bass, Miami Beach.


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