725 Vineland Pl
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

Target Presents
I am more than my martini.

After Hours: Culture with cocktails. Dubbed "the hippest place to be in the Twin Cities," Walker After Hours launched in 1997 as the local happy hour alternative, and since then has attracted more than 100,000 trendy young (and not so young) professionals to the Walker Art Center.

After a brief hiatus, After Hours has returned to much acclaim. These spectacular parties celebrate the world of contemporary art and feature a first look at the Walker's major touring exhibitions. In addition to previewing the Walker exhibitions, After Hours guests can dine on complementary Wolfgang Puck hors d'oeuvres, partake in drinks from the cash bars, and groove to the beat of local DJs. Film, art making, and live music round out the party experience. Guests can also capture the moment at Party People Pictures with a photographic self-portrait projected minutes later on the lobby walls and uploaded to www.flickr.com/groups/walkerafterhours to share with friends and colleagues
Preview Party
The exhibition Richard Prince: Spiritual America highlights Prince's photographs, paintings, sculptures, and works on paper in an installation that integrates the various series comprising his oeuvre. His work includes a fascination with rebellion, an obsession with fame, and a preoccupation with the tawdry and the illicit. What a perfect landscape for a party! Enjoy music, cocktails, complimentary Wolfgang Puck appetizers, film screening, an art-making activity in the Star Tribune Foundation Art Lab, and Party People Pictures.

Tickets: 612.375.7600 or purchase online and save $2 per ticket. New members may choose to receive one free party ticket for joining. Enter Prince AH’ on the premium line to get your free ticket.

Official Website: http://calendar.walkerart.org/event.wac?id=4245

Added by waiting_line on February 18, 2008