DoSeum Hosts Fourth Palm Springs-Themed Birthday Bash

By Jake Gaines   Photography by Greg Harrison and Sam Pags

THE SETTING: Typically filled with the excitement of children, recently the San Antonio Museum For Kids, the DoSeum, was transformed into a desert oasis venue for more than 400 adults. The vibrant energy, flowing cocktails, sweet treats and interactive activities were just a few of the things that set the stage for The DoSeum’s Palm Springs-themed Four, Open The Door gala.

THE STYLE: The STEM-focused children’s museum celebrated its fourth year of operation with 350 supporting donors, corporations and individuals. The cocktail casual attire required for the event featured a theme focused on the artistic side of the interactive opportunities of The DoSeum. The evening started with a cocktail reception in Will’s Stream. Afterward, the event revelers were seated in the first floor of the museum’s exhibits Little Town, Spy Academy, and Imagine It with catering by Don Strange Events until it was time for dessert, drinks and dancing at Will’s Stream. The event was produced by Tres Events.

THE PURPOSE: Triana and Brandon Grossman and Ashley and Rad Weaver were the co-chairs for the sold-out evening. The funds raised at the gala support programs like The DoSeum For All that underwrites admission for the underserved, provides scholarships to camps, and professional development for educators.