Reynolda After Hours Indoor Drive-In Features Hot Rods and Classic Horror Film at Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Monday, April 18, 2011
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Contact: Sharyn Turner 336.758.5580 email@example.com or
Sarah R. Smith 336.758.5524 firstname.lastname@example.org
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (April 19, 2011) Reynolda House Museum of American Art brings the classic drive-in experience indoors with Reynolda After Hours: Reynolda's Indoor Drive-In, Friday April 29 at 8 p.m. Guests can customize their own dream ride, watch actor Steve McQueen in his first leading role in the 1958 drive-in classic "The Blob," and enjoy movie theater refreshments and blob-like Jell-O shooters. The museum will provide cardboard frames to be decorated into original hot rods, and prizes will be awarded for the craftiest car.
Admission to Reynolda's Indoor Drive-In is $5 for members and students, $8 for non-members. Membership information will be available on the night of the event. Admission includes access to the current exhibition, "Trains that Passed in the Night: The Photographs of O. Winston Link," and there will be a cash bar.
Reynolda After Hours is a series of events at Reynolda House geared toward young adults under 40. For information, please call 336.758.5150 or visit reynoldahouse.org/rah.
Reynolda House Museum of American Art is one of the nation's premier American art museums, with masterpieces by Mary Cassatt, Frederic Church, Jacob Lawrence, Georgia O'Keeffe and Gilbert Stuart among its permanent collection. Affiliated with Wake Forest University, Reynolda House features traveling and original exhibitions, concerts, lectures, classes, film screenings and other events. The museum is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in the historic 1917 estate of Katharine Smith Reynolds and her husband, Richard Joshua Reynolds, founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Reynolda House and adjacent Reynolda Gardens and Reynolda Village feature a spectacular public garden, dining, shopping and walking trails. ###