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Art House Member Appreciation Party



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Story by Teresa Scott with Photography by Teresa Scott and Sarah Kaplan

The Art House member-only event recently hosted at Knoxville Museum of Art was a thank you for members’ support. Guests enjoyed food, beverages and live music by Milkshake Fatty. Sponsors were Aubrey’s, Harvest, Kaizen, Wild Laurel and Tern Club. Art House was founded in 2016 with a select group of people who believe in the arts but who were not previously engaged with the Museum. By offering Art House members an eclectic schedule of fun, educational and social events throughout the year, the KMA is attracting and retaining future patrons. 

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