In the wake of our announcements about the postponement of Art in Bloom and the temporary closure of our galleries, I want to thank you for your outpouring of support. We understand that you may be facing your own challenges, and our thoughts are with you. At a time of "social distancing," we gratefully reflect upon the community you create around us.
We hoped to reschedule Art in Bloom for later this year; however, with uncertain times still ahead, we've made the decision to cancel for this year. We already look forward to hosting you at Art in Bloom 2021. Please save the date for March 18–21, 2021.
With this in mind, we're reaching out to current Art in Bloom ticket holders to offer the two options below. Please let us know how you would like us to proceed by clicking the link of your choice below and filling in your name and email. If you have already reached out to us with your decision, you do not need to resubmit.
Option 1: Convert your tickets to a donation. As our biggest annual fundraiser, Art in Bloom helps make Museum education initiatives, outreach programs, events, and exhibitions possible throughout the year. We can convert your ticket purchase into a tax-deductible donation to the NCMArts Fund, which supports our operations in powerful ways, all year long. We'll also follow up with a confirmation receipt for your records.
Turn My Tickets into a Donation
Option 2: Request a full refund. Our team will process this refund, and you should see it on your credit card statement in the coming weeks. If you paid in cash, we will follow up with you to coordinate a refund.
Refund My Tickets
We hope to welcome you back to the Museum very soon. Please stay tuned to the Museum website for updates; more information on the latest State safety efforts can be found via North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services at ncdhhs.gov/coronavirus.
With appreciation and my best,
Director and CEO, North Carolina Museum of Art