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Pay Homage to the Rebellious Spirit of Contemporary Art

Don’t miss The Spring Thing, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s annual benefit

This year, The Spring Thing: Modern Mutiny pays homage to the rebellious spirit of contemporary art. Arrive early for cocktails and dinner, or fashionably late for The Late Night Party with live music, an open bar, and tons of rule-breaking surprises all night long.

Kettner Exchange's Executive Chef Brian Redzikowski and Beverage Director Steven Tuttle are teaming up with Malahat Spirits Co. to create a menu that pairs Kettner Exchange's unique cuisine with specially crafted rum cocktails.

Dinner will be preceded by a craft cocktail hour, curated by Tuttle, featuring Tito's Handmade Vodka. Guests will dine in the galleries, enjoying a family-style feast on the same hallowed grounds graced by some of this century's best artworks. As if that wasn't enough—you'll also dine alongside the Modern Mutiny muse herself, artist Marnie Weber!

Event details:
March 4, 6:30 p.m.
MCASD Downtown, 1100 Kettner Blvd.

Tickets are $50-$175
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