Receptions & Celebrations

Artists Brunch

WHEN
Sunday, Jul 7, 2019
11 AM – 1 PM

WHERE
Ledig House
COST

$40 for members, $50 for not-yet-members

Advanced sales for brunch have closed. To put your name on a waiting list, please email cmassa@artomi.org to be placed on a waitlist and notified of availability.

Mix and mingle with the thirty international artists-in-residence on the sweeping lawn at Ledig House. Featuring mimosas and a sumptuous brunch by Simons Catering. Following brunch, join us for the annual Artists Open Studios, an opportunity to explore the studios of the artists-in-residence, along with special pop-up performances and installations.

Brunch is $40 per person for current Members of Art Omi, and $50 for everyone else. Learn more about Membership at Art Omi at artomi.org/support/memberships.

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