Ever wanted to experience award-winning artists blowing glass and rare automobiles that’ll blow you away? Well, this one’s for you.
LeMay – America’s Car Museum (ACM) and Museum of Glass (MOG) today announced a partnership to offer a “Chrome and Glass Pass” to the public Jan. 16 through March 31. The $20 pass includes admission to both museums located in downtown Tacoma’s “Museum District.”
“As a community-focused organization, we’ve made it a priority to establish relationships with Tacoma’s local businesses and attractions,” said David Madeira, president and CEO of ACM, which houses more than 300 cars, trucks and motorcycles. “Our partnership with MOG is the next evolution of this commitment, which affords people the opportunity to experience the beautiful artwork, designs and exhibits that both museums have to offer.”
Madeira said this isn’t the first time the museums have worked together. Last June, MOG artists created nine hand-blown glass hood ornaments to commemorate the grand opening of ACM.
“The Museum of Glass has been creating a dynamic learning environment to cultivate an appreciation and understanding of the arts for more than a decade,” said Susan Warner, MOG executive director. “We hope that by partnering with America’s Car Museum, we can expose new audiences to the world of glass and automotive art.”
About America’s Car Museum (www.lemaymuseum.org)
State Farm Presents LeMay – America’s Car Museum, which opened June 2, 2012 in downtown Tacoma, Wash., explores how the automobile has fulfilled a distinctive role at the core of the American experience and shaped our society. The spacious Museum with rotating exhibits is designed to be the centerpiece for automotive history as well as an educational center and library. The campus, located adjacent to the Tacoma Dome, also contains a 3.5-acre show field, theatre, café, banquet hall and meeting facilities. To get information on museum hours, becoming an ACM member, volunteer opportunities or to make a donation, visit www.lemaymuseum.org.
ABOUT Museum of Glass (www.museumofglass.org)
The Museum of Glass provides a dynamic learning environment to appreciate the medium of glass through creative experiences, collections and exhibitions. In addition to the Hot Shop Amphitheater where visitors can watch artists work, the facilities include galleries, outdoor exhibition areas, a theater, hands-on art studio, grand hall, café and store.
Information provided by: PCGCampbell – Eric Garner