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Past Event Colorful Horoscopes and Cocktails

A painting by Andy Warhol and Robert Cumming done on paper. Horoscopes for the Cocktail Hour is written in the middle of the artwork, which different colored objects, such as stars, butterflies, birds, angels, horoscope symbols, cherries and strawberries are painted all over. In the bottom-left corner, by Robert Cumming and Andy Warhol is written.

Andy Warhol, "Horoscopes for the Cocktail Hour", ca. 1961
The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
1998.1.1344

In conjunction with the exhibition Adman: Andy Warhol Before Pop, join us for a coloring party led by artist educators and themed with music, specialty cocktails, and astrology and tarot card readings by Judi Vitale and Angel Lozada, intuitive counselors from Journeys of Life. Sip a cocktail and color shoe, butterfly and cupid drawings just like Warhol did in the 1950s with his friends and fellow artists. Also, enjoy half-price museum admission during Good Fridays and see the special exhibition on the second floor. This program is presented as part of Art Museum Day 2018.

Co-presented with Journeys of Life.