Orlando Museum of Art's 1st Thursday party invites you to share your bucket list

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We all have a bucket list of things we want to do before we croak, whether it includes sky-diving, winning an Oscar or learning to play the mandolin. No matter what our hearts want to accomplish before we kick the bucket, the Orlando Museum of Art is giving everyone the opportunity to show off their vision of a well-lived life with its new “Before I Die” community art wall. The event, part of the museum’s regular 1st Thursdays art parties, will feature artists’ aspirations of fulfilled lives and allow guests to finish the statement “Before I die, I want to...” on a collection of art walls displayed around the exhibit. An eclectic evening isn’t complete without music and food, supplied by DJ Atnarko Bear and Hawkers Asian Street Fare, although reading through the dreams of fellow Orlandoans might be entertainment enough in itself. You might even pick up something to add to your own list.

6-9 p.m. Thursday, April 6 | Orlando Museum of Art, 2416 N. Mills Ave. | 407-896-4231 | omart.org | $10
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