20th Anniversary Community Day

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Sunday May 18, 2014 – 12am - 5pm
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General FREE

In celebration of the kickoff of The Warhol’s 20th anniversary and American Art Museum Day, the museum will be open free to the public.

Special activities include:
Midnight – 2 am
Notorious NYC DJ’s AndrewAndrew
First look at the new special exhibition Halston & Warhol: Silver & Suede

11am – 5pm
Hands-on art making and studio programs exploring Warhol’s artistic practices

1pm
Youth Invasion Fashion Show – local teen designers and models show off their looks on the runway

3pm
Author talk and book signing: Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up with Bob Colacello

Community Day is sponsored by The Benter Foundation and PNC Grow Up Great.
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Additional Information

This event is free and open to the public. Please note the schedule above for specific events during Community Day.

Learn more about the 20th Anniversary at warhol.org/20 

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In celebration of the kickoff of The Warhol’s 20th anniversary and American Art Museum Day, the museum will be open free to the public.

Special activities include:
Midnight – 2 am
Notorious NYC DJ’s AndrewAndrew
First look at the new special exhibition Halston & Warhol: Silver & Suede

11am – 5pm
Hands-on art making and studio programs exploring Warhol’s artistic practices

1pm
Youth Invasion Fashion Show – local teen designers and models show off their looks on the runway

3pm
Author talk and book signing: Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up with Bob Colacello

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