presented by J. Jackson Mobile Mixologist

The class is offered on Sunday, December 5, at 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. (select one)


$60 members; $70 not-yet-members (all supplies, gallery admission, and parking validation included) 
Space is limited • Ages 21+ only

On December 5, 1933, Prohibition was repealed with the passage of the Twenty-First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Join J. Jackson Mobile Mixologist for a mixology class in celebration of this anniversary and the exhibition American Art Deco: Designing for the People, 1918–1939. In this ninety-minute class, participants will learn how to make three Prohibition-era cocktails while acquiring basic mixology techniques. Each ticket includes a set of high-quality bar tools to take home following the class. 

J. Jackson Mobile Mixologist is a team of passionate bartenders that emphasize thoughtful, creative, and personalized service for any occasion. With an emphasis on flexibility, resourcefulness, and extensive bar-industry knowledge, J. Jackson Mobile Mixologist creates a signature libations experience for any budget or occasion. Whether with beer and wine, custom-made cocktails, or even private mixology lessons, their team can add a tailor-made touch that will surprise and delight guests and keep them talking about their night well after it’s over.


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