I'm excited to cross another item off my "Ten things in Cleveland I still need to do to consider myself a true Clevelander list" next Friday by attending the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The fact that I've never been to the Cleveland Museum of Art is probably the item on the list that I'm most embarrassed about.
(hangs head in shame)
But upon hearing about Nihonshu Night (nee-hon-shoe meaning Japanese sake), an event next Friday at CMA pairing young professionals, art, sake, and food I couldn't mark the event down on my calendar fast enough.
Nihonshu Night Details:
what: a young professionals event that celebrates the current exhibition, The Lure of Painted Poetry: Japanese and Korean Art
when: Friday, April 22nd from 5 to 8:30pm
where: The Cleveland Museum of Art
why: Attendees can taste and learn about three different sakes selected by the experts at the Marchetti Company and indulge in Japanese/Korean fusion food samples created exclusively for the event by SASA, while Beat Matrix's Darrell Stout spins and one has the opportunity to talk with Seunghye Sun the associate curator of Asian art.
how: You can purchase tickets online for $18 a piece or win a pair from me!
That's right ladies and gentleman I'm giving away two tickets to Nihonshu Night to enter simply leave a comment on this post. For any extra entry tweet about this giveaway leaving another comment telling me you did so.
You have until Monday night to enter as I'll be announcing the winner a week from today on April 19th.
Here's to filling our lives with arts and culture in Cleveland, cheers.
Good luck to all who enter!