Art & Soul
Art & Soul
Saturday February 26, 2011 at 8pm
Art & Soul: London Calling is a SELL OUT!
Thank you to all of the 1045 individuals who are attending the event tomorrow night. If you missed out on tickets this year make sure buy early for the 2012 edition!
Art & Soul is the Winnipeg Art Gallery's most fun event of the year, incorporating a four-level exclusive party behind the WAG doors. This renowned event features a new theme each year...inspiring culinary genius, encouraging unique costume attire, and attracting the best, brightest, and most creative amongst Winnipeg's surrounding community.
Art & Soul is back and better than ever in 2011, bringing you the best of London's icons, celebrities, and underground culture, with the newly announced theme of “London Calling”!
Art & Soul’s London Calling promises to be the cheekiest winter event of 2011. With live DJs, exhibition tours, themes and music on every floor, costume contests, tantalizing beverages, exquisite gourmet hors d'oeuvres, and more….Art & Soul is guaranteed to exceed your expectations. Big Ben, London Bridge, and the double decker bus are just the beginning. You may even encounter The Clash, Twiggy, The Spice Girls, Her Royal Majesty, The Ever Scandalous Fergie, Felicity Shagwell, or Austin himself!
Tickets are only $50 or $450 for a group of ten. They will be available at the WAG shortly. That's little dosh for a barmy good time! Tell your friends and get the tea and creativity flowing, because this event will be one memorable night of English mingling, bad accents, and great costumes! Follow the links below to keep up with right-proper announcements and contests from Art & Soul…more information to be posted soon, so take a gander.
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