Egyptian Artifacts coming to Miami Beach!

Take a stroll through ancient history by visiting the newest Egyptian Gallery to arrive in South Florida. The Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach will be hosting "A Night at the Museum" on Thursday, April 29th from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. to reveal their collection of Egyptian artifacts. The evening features informal tours by Bass Museum's Executive Director Silvia Cubiña and Brooklyn Museum's Egyptologist and special exhibition curator, Dr. Edward Bleiberg. A Night at the Museum will feature cocktails by Grey Goose Vodka and tasty desserts by Stella's Sweet Shoppe. All attendees can enter a raffle to win a VIP Package for Art Basel Miami Beach. The only catch: this premiere event is exclusively for "members." To attend, you can purchase a one-year membership for the Bass Museum of Art (membership fee- $125). Your membership will admit 2 people for this event. Want to pay regular admission? The Egyptian Gallery will open to the public on April 30th. For more information, visit http://www.bassmuseum.org/.

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  1. Browsing the Net looking for a present for my wife for our wedding anniversary (which I nearly forgot), I came by chance upon this fantastic site called wahooart.com, based probably in Paris. Talk about the Louvre having a big collection of priceless masterpieces, this site has just about everything in Western art, but as digital files.
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