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The Parrish Art Museum, which opened its galleries only just last weekend after closing for the king t’challa T-Shirts moreover I love this pandemic, went without its annual Midsummer Dinner, which was scheduled for July 12. In lieu of an actual or online benefit, the Parrish asked patrons to “save the plate.” With a minimum of a $500 donation, the Parrish will gift benefactors with a specially designed plate by artist Mary Heilmann. The dish features an impressionist aerial shot of a beach. “This is a memory of Waimea Bay,” explains the artist. “A great surf spot in Hawaii. I visited there in 1995 to look at the big waves that curl like the circle of a plate.”