Chain | Cohn | Clark sponsors free admission day at Bakersfield Museum of Art on ‘National Day of the Teacher’
In 1956, the Walter Osborn family founded the Bakersfield Museum of Art. Today, on the 60th anniversary, the museum continues to enhance the quality of life through art appreciation and educational opportunities in the visual arts for Bakersfield and Kern County residents and visitors.
As part of the 60th anniversary of its founding, the museum is hosting exhibitions, education programs and special events celebrating the important milestone, including “Sponsor a Day” for free admission into the museum.
Chain | Cohn | Clark is proud to sponsor the day of Tuesday, May 3, 2016 — which is the National Day of the Teacher — as a free admission day for all to the Bakersfield Museum of Art.
In its 60-year history, the museum has provided outstanding exhibits and offered unique educational opportunities in the visual arts to Bakersfield and its surrounding communities.
“We’re thrilled to be able to open the doors to the museum for free to everyone for the day, especially to our valued educators in Kern County,” said David K. Cohn, managing partner at Chain | Cohn | Clark. “We’re dedicating this day at the museum to all teachers on National Day of the Teacher.”
For nearly 50 years, Chain | Cohn | Clark has worked with local teachers and school employee unions through the Group Law Services program to provide quality legal help for working people in Kern County. Group Law Services members and their immediate family members are entitled to free initial consultations, reduced fees if ever in need of help from our law firm, and other benefits. Free admission day is just one of those benefits.
The nonprofit Bakersfield Museum of Art has been celebrating its 60-year milestone all year. In January, the museum opened its winter exhibition, “Celebrating 60 Years: The Life and Work of Marion Osborn Cunningham.” The exhibit included artwork pieces that have local ties. Cunningham became a successful and innovative artist in San Francisco, noted for her renderings of cable cars.
“This will be the largest and friendliest outdoor public art event Kern County has ever witnessed,” according to the museum.
Dozens of three-dimensional fiberglass 1956 nostalgic pickup trucks will decorated, embellished and festooned by the area’s leading artists, and the trucks will be parked downtown on street corners, sidewalks, parks and alongside roadways to greet everyone who passes by.
The museum on Tuesday, May 3, will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is located at 1930 R St., between 19th and 20th streets.
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