As we write this, we are 35 days away from Art in Bloom 2019 and thrilled with the progress we’ve made to meet and exceed your expectations with gorgeous flowers, tours, parties, workshops, and events.
Art in Bloom is early this year, running from April 11-14 but, given the record-breaking cold and snow, we’re confident the community will embrace the opportunity to get out and welcome the transition to spring a bit sooner than usual. Welcome Art in Bloom 2019!
This year’s celebration will be running concurrently with the final weekend of Mia’s blockbuster exhibition. It’s very likely that tickets will sell out, so make your reservations now if you plan to see it during Art in Bloom.
From the food and signature cocktail of the Preview Party, to arrangements by our floral artists, our signature image, The Egyptian Bean, brings a taste of Egypt to Art in Bloom.
A small army of volunteers and the enthusiasm of the Mia staff will ensure your visit is filled with warmth and hospitality. In addition to floral arrangements, world class art, and a floral themed pop-up shop, our free and ticketed events make for a fun outing with friends, and even lend the opportunity to make friends out of strangers.
Please note that parking may be challenging. Valet parking will be available Thursday through Saturday for a charge. Additionally, free shuttles from the Wells Fargo parking garage at 28th Street and Fourth Avenue South will be available on Thursday and Friday evenings, and all day Saturday and Sunday. For the most hassle-free option, gather with friends and family close to Mia and call a ride service. Door to door convenience and no parking fees!
We look forward to seeing you at Art in Bloom 2019!
Kris King and Barb Champ
2019 Art in Bloom Co-Chairs
Art in Bloom 2019 Supporters
Generous Sponsors: Martha Head, Hirshfield’s, Galleria Edina, Lakewood Cemetery, Norseman Distillery, SeaChange Print Innovations, Samuel and Patricia McCullough, and the Tom and Lynn Schaefer Charitable Trust
Additional Generous Support: Mary Grau, Christine and Robert D. Salmen, Bob and Barbara Scott, the League of Catholic Women, California Closets, Marly Miller and Katie Miller Remole, and THYMES
Media Partner: Artful Living