April 2–5, 2020
Art and design—though distinct in purpose— share some common elements. In automobile design, for instance, line, texture, color, and space are all considered in sketches before clay sculptures are fashioned, presented, and critiqued. Models are then translated by engineers, who create precise specifications for what many car owners describe as works of art. To celebrate the decades-long passion of car enthusiasts, collectors, and lovers of design, the Museum will host a special exhibition featuring some of the most exquisite, vintage, and state-of-the-art cars in Montgomery and the surrounding areas.
The display of these alluring automobiles will be set against the spectacular backdrop of the John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden, creating a perfect showroom for this four-day event.
Private cocktail party with automobile owners and sponsors
Thursday, April 2 | 6:30 to 9:30 PM
$75 per person; Tickets available in early March
Public viewing of exhibition in the Garden
Friday, April 3 and Saturday, April 4 | 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday, April 5 | Noon to 5 PM
$10 per person | Free admission for children 12 and under; Advance exhibition tickets available in early March. Same-day tickets sold at main Garden entrance, based on capacity.
Art-making and other fun activities included in the ticket price.
Credit: 1933 model 1247 (V-12, 147-inch wheelbase) custom LeBaron convertible Sedan from the collection of Knox Kershaw. Photography courtesy of High 5 Productions.