Head to St. Petersburg's Museum of Fine Arts for Cocktails & Collections: Magnetic Fields at the MFA this Thursday

Art-inspired cocktails, a closer look at an exhibit and live music.

click to enlarge It's no Vincent van vodka tonic, but hey, what really is? - pexels.com
It's no Vincent van vodka tonic, but hey, what really is?

Every month, the MFA offers this chance to sip on artistically minded cocktails (we're thinking a Vincent van vodka tonic or a Moscow Monet, but we could be wrong), tunes and a closer look at one of the current exhibits. This go-round, it's a look at Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today, with the help of one of the MFA's storied curators. The music is courtesy of Daniel Harris and the signature drink for June is the Campari Orange (we really did hope for that Vincent van vodka tonic, you know?). 

Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Dr. NE, St. Petersburg | June 21: 5 p.m. | $10 plus admission ($5 on Thurs.); free for members | 727-896-2667 or Learn more

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