Enjoy bites from El Alma Cafe, music by DJ GirlFriend, treats from Lick Honest Ice Creams, drinks by Treaty Oak Distilling, beers from Circle Brewing, and a special chance to explore the new exhibit "Jeffrey Gibson: This Is the Day."
Gibson draws on his queer identity and Cherokee and Choctaw heritage to make exuberant works that celebrate and explore identity. Weaving together references to drag and ball culture, high fashion, Native American forms, and pop culture, Gibson creates powerful assertions of inclusivity.
Free Admission with RSVP, must be 21 and up to enter.
Paid parking is available for $4 in Brazos Garage (Brazos & MLK Jr. Blvd.). You must bring your parking ticket to the museum for validation.
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