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About Art in Bloom 2019
This annual celebration of floral artistry helps support Mia projects, including funding innovative children’s art education programs, bus transportation to Mia for students across Minnesota, lectures, and art for the collection. Plan your visit (and parking): Art in Bloom coincides with the final weekend of “Egypt’s Sunken Cities.” Shuttles available.
Off-street parking is available for a fee in Mia’s surface lots and ramp at 25th Street and Third Avenue South.
Complimentary off-site parking and free shuttle service is offered Thursday and Friday evenings, and all day Saturday and Sunday at the Wells Fargo parking garage at 28th Street and Fourth Avenue South.
Metro transit bus route 11 runs nearby. Bike parking available at numerous racks.
Valet parking is available Thursday–Saturday at $20 per car; $5 with disability permit. No valet service on Sunday.
Take a docent-led tour:
Art in Bloom 2019 Supporters
Generous Sponsors: Martha Head, Hirshfield’s, Galleria Edina, Lakewood Cemetery, Norseman Distillery, SeaChange Print Innovations, Samuel and Patricia McCullough, and the Tom and Lynn Schaefer Charitable Trust
Additional Generous Support: Mary Grau, Christine and Robert D. Salmen, Bob and Barbara Scott, the League of Catholic Women, California Closets, Marly Miller and Katie Miller Remole, and THYMES
Media Partner: Artful Living
Lead Image: P. Henderson, English, 1799–1829, The Sacred Egyptian Bean, from New Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnaeus, Part Three. The Temple of Flora, 1804, hand-colored aquatint and stipple, The Minnich Collection The Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fund, 1966 P.18,197