Virtual Black, White, and the Blues
Thursday | March 25, 2021 | 6PM (PDT)
About the Event:
You’re invited to join us in a night of Blues performances and artwork at our Virtual Black, White and the Blues event, taking place 6PM (PDT) on Thursday, March 25, 2021. This year’s gala is a chance for our community to join together to ensure art remains accessible for all. There will also be an opportunity to support our work through direct gifts and an online auction.
If you have any questions, please contact client Hyla Lipson at email@example.com or 541-479-3290.
How do I participate in the virtual event?
This is a two-part program: the livestream event and the online auction. Click on the livestream link above before the event goes live on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 6PM (PDT). We recommend you keep another tab open to participate in the online auction, which will be open starting 3PM (PDT) on Sunday, March 21 through 3PM (PDT) Sunday, March 28. For tech support during the event on Thursday, March 25, call or text 503-564-3044.
What will the program be like during Virtual Black, White and the Blues?
We believe that art and educational aspects of the exhibits should be enjoyed by all. This event will be a celebration of our mission and an opportunity for you to support the work we do to ensure our programs and exhibits are accessible for our community. You’ll get a chance to watch Blues performances, hear stories of impact from museum leaders and artists, as well as updates on upcoming programs and projects. There will also be an opportunity to support our work through direct gifts and an online auction, which you can access starting at 3PM (PDT) Sunday, March 21. The auction will remain open for one week, closing Sunday, March 28 at 3PM (PDT).
How can I donate to Grants Pass Museum of Art?
To make a donation before or during the livestream event, click on the link/button above or text GPMUSEUM to 44-321. Or you can donate under the RSVP area on this page.
About the Organization:
Art is critical; it enriches lives—it educates and brings joy, and that’s why we believe art should be enjoyed by all. Since opening, we have made it our mission to offer our museum to the public at no admission charge. We are community-run and rely on donations, grants, memberships and sponsorships to ensure our exhibits and programs remain in operation. We’re here because we believe in the power of art.