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15th Annual Night at the Brew-seum
Celebrate the International Museum of Art & Science and the love of craft beer at "A Night at the Brew-seum". This silent auction will go live on April 7 and conclude during the 15th Annual Night at the Brew-seum on Saturday, April 15, 2023, at 9:00 p.m. CST.
“A Night at the Brew-seum” began as a unique festival that provided the community of the Rio Grande Valley a one-of-a-kind cultural experience with a variety of international art, cuisine from some of the Valley’s finest restaurants, and a wide selection of beer; thus, making “A Night at the Brew-seum” a night to remember as we came together to celebrate and raise funds for the museum.
“A Night at the Brew-seum” was established in 2008 and chaired and developed by IMAS ex-Board Member & President Tim Smith.
The funds raised and generated from “A Night at the Brew-seum” help to support the mission and vision of the International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS).
About International Museum of Art & Science
The International Museum of Art & Science is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute and fully accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. IMAS is the premier art and science museum of South Texas and contains over 50,000 square feet of exhibit space. The IMAS galleries host a number of revolving art and science exhibits each year. The museum provides a unique opportunity for visitors to participate in hands-on science exhibits and to learn about original works of art while encouraging creativity and innovation. The IMAS permanent collection includes more than 2,000 natural history and geology specimens and 4,500 folk art and textile objects. The 1,500 fine art works in the permanent collection reflect many countries and artistic movements beyond Mexico, dating from the 16th century to the present.
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The IMAS appreciates the generous donations to this auction to support the museum's art and science exhibitions and education programs. All of the artworks were donated by individuals and artists for the purpose of raising support for the museum's programs and activities.