Virtual Cocktails at the Carter: In the Night Garden
Enjoy happy hour from the comfort of your own screen via Facebook Live! We’ll start the program with a cocktail demonstration featuring local bar The Usual. The bartenders will show us how to make a unique cocktail based on Natasha Bowdoin’s In the Night Garden. After we make our drinks, Carter Community Artist Michelle Gonzales will lead us in creating a floral diorama inspired by the installation.
Limited cocktail and art-making kits are available for free for the first 50 registrants. All kits need to be picked up from the Carter; we will not ship supplies. Cocktail kits do not include alcohol; all participants will be required to supply their own alcohol. After registering, you will receive an email about supply kit pick-up.
Follow along with the ingredients and supplies listed below!
All participants must supply their own alcohol.
For this cocktail, you’ll need:
- Simple syrup (made by dissolving 2 parts sugar with 1 part water)
- Cracked black pepper
Cocktail ingredients included in kits:
- Fresh basil
- Topo Chico
Floral diorama supplies included in kits:
- Paint (kits will include acrylic, but any kind you have will work!)
- Paint brush
- Cardstock paper (or any thick paper you have at home)
All participants will also need:
- Cardboard box or shoe box
- Extra cardboard
- Cup with water
- Glue (Elmer’s glue or a glue gun)
- Paper towels or napkins
- A flat brush (optional)
- Magazines (optional)
- Apron & work-area cover (optional)
Questions? Email or call 817.989.5013.
This spring, we’re celebrating 60 years of creativity with events that relate to stories about the museum’s history and collection. Join us for a special year full of fun and inspiration!