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    Posted April 13, 2014 by
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    Art Alive in San Diego

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     ChrisMorrow shared photos from the Art Alive event held at the San Diego Museum of Art from April 11 through April 13. She says the event, which emulates fine works of art with floral designs, has been going on for 33 years and is the main fundraiser for the museum. 'A highlight was the smell of the wonderful aromas through the museum and also viewing the fine works of art in a different way. I've never been to a museum not focusing on the art on the walls. Truly amazing and unique,' she said.
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    Floral interpretations of famous works of art from the San Diego Museum of Art.

     

    Nearly 120 floral designers transformed famous works of art from The San Diego Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection into exquisite floral displays. This is a 33 year San Diego tradition, Art Alive 2014 brings works of art to life in a unique, vibrant, and beautiful way for three days.

     

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    About Art Alive

     

    As the Museum’s only annual fundraiser, Art Alive highlights the Permanent Collection to provide critical support for education, outreach programs and special exhibitions. www.TheSanDiegoMuseumofArt.org/ArtAlive2014 

     

     

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