Twilight in the Gardens


Join PMG for our Twilight in the Gardens multi-sensory series! On these special evenings, hang out with friends, enjoy unique and enthralling performances, explore your own creativity with artistic activities, and drink a beverage of your choice in our beautiful mosaicked labyrinth.

Taking place on the fourth Friday of the month from April-October, each Twilight in the Gardens features a unique array of arts experiences paired with a live musical performance. You might participate in an art-making activity to the sounds of a toy pianist, or witness a fire dancer spinning flames after hearing a steel drum band! These one-of-a-kind events also give visitors the chance to learn more about PMG through fun, casual mini-tours of the space and view the temporary exhibitions hanging in our galleries. All Twilight in the Gardens evenings are BYOBB (Bring Your Own Booze and Blanket), but wine will be available with drink tickets in case you forget your bottle!

Bring a drink, a friend, and some curiosity and let PMG help you unwind after work with Twilight in the Gardens! Tickets are $10/adults, $8/students, seniors and members, and are sold at the door. Members also get a free drink ticket!*

Make sure to check out last year’s fun season by clicking on “Past Twilight in the Gardens” on the left-hand side of the page!

*All guests must be 21 years old to drink.

  • April’s Twilight in the Gardens

    • Friday, April 25th, 2014 at 7:00 PM

    PMG is excited to kick off a brand-new season of Twilight in the Gardens! April's evening of fun will bring eclectic beats and some hands-on treats. Performer: Loop 2.4.3, a New York based performance duo, focuses on percussive composition while weaving a harmony of vocals,...

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Twilight in the Gardens 2014 Season:

· April 25 – Performer: Loop 2.4.3, a performance duo, specializing in all manner of percussion, electronics and voices.

Teaching Artist: Megan Gwaltney, needle felting with fabric.

· May 23 – Performer: The Late Ancients, a band with classic rock overtones, lush vocal harmonies and psychedelic riffs. The Late Ancients combine elements of folk, rock and blues to create their own melting pot of musical intoxication.

Teaching Artist: Caitlin McMahon

· June 27 – Performer: Avi Wisnia, pianist and singer, presents an eclectic mix of refreshingly original songs, finding inspiration in classic Brazilian bossa nova, acoustic American folk, 1950’s west-coast jazz, and contemporary pop.

Teaching Artist: Petra Floyd

· July 25 – Special Mid-Season Celebration: A Night of Iranian Culture

· August 22- Performer: Jackie Paper, a five piece psychedelic pop-rock group.

Teaching Artist: Kat Zagaria

· September 26 – Performer: Andrea Carlson and the Love Police, is a jazz quartet with whimsical hints of blues and gypsy jazz sprinkled throughout the performance.

Teaching Artist: Oktavia Labarge

· October 24 – Performer: Ben Warfield, an electronic and film artist who uses his experience in biological research to create music and images inspired by nature. Every October Twilight in the Gardens celebrates Day of the Dead. This year TIG will explore this theme by focusing on death and rebirth in nature.

Teaching Artist: Katharyn Coleman