Museum hosts New Year's FREEZE party
December 31, 2008
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ANCHORAGE MUSEUM HOSTS
A NEW YEAR’S EVE WORTH FREEZING FOR
Ring in the New Year with style at A New Year’s Eve Worth Freezing For. The elegant evening begins at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 31 in the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center.
This event is held in conjunction with FREEZE, a celebration of Northern life filled with conferences, performances and exhibitions throughout January. The winter festival’s centerpiece is a bold series of large-scale, outdoor installations inspired by snow, ice and light erected along the Delaney Park Strip by designers from around the world.
At this New Year’s Eve event, mingle with FREEZE artists and designers and dance to music by blues band Silver Train and celebrity DJ James Pepper Henry, director of the Anchorage Museum.
Place bets on what the New Year will bring, and savor appetizers and specialty FREEZE drinks from Marx Bros. Cafe. Cocktail attire is recommended.
Tickets cost $75, with special group rates available. Designated drivers admitted free. To purchase tickets or for more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306-6242.
FREEZE is organized by the Alaska Design Forum, the Anchorage Museum and the International Gallery of Contemporary Art. The Anchorage Museum will host about 20 events in January and February that promote and explore the Northern lifestyle. For a complete schedule, visit www.freezeproject.org.