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SOLD OUT Zodiac Event: Muse + RHINO at Z’Ringling

26 Sep
Thursday
5:30pm - 7:30pm

SOLD OUT Zodiac Event: Muse + RHINO at Z’Ringling

Thursday, Sep. 26, 5:30–7:30pm
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Join the Zodiac Membership Committee at The Ringling for a special dinner at Muse followed by a gallery performance.

Members will delight in a prix fixe menu at 5:30pm at Muse, and then enjoy a special guided performance through the Museum of Art galleries led by New College dance students, who will guide  members on a tour featuring choreography from the collaborative Ringling College of Art and Design film RHINO.

Limited spots available, so be sure to RSVP.

The Circus Museum, Tibbals Learning Center, and Ca’d’Zan will not be available for viewing.

Date: Thursday, September 26
Time: 5:30-7:30pm

RHINO, an interdisciplinary film project developed and presented in partnership with New College of Florida and Ringling College of Art and Design. RHINO is reflective of The Ringling’s desire to collaborate with partnering institutions of the Cross College Alliance on projects that not only engage students but also benefit the public.
About Muse: Located in the Visitors Pavilion at the Ringling, Muse provides a comfortable yet contemporary dining experience in a magnificent setting. Upscale local cuisine with international flair is the bedrock inspiration for Muse’s concept and development. Muse creates menus with an eye for presentation, using fresh and high-quality products. Muse offers a culinary adventure in a relaxed but contemporary setting. Intriguing combinations and variations on cuisine anchor the innovative menu.
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