The unveiling of new murals commissioned by the Office of Cultural Affairs, a must-see dance performance and more this weekend. Details after the jump.
ABV Gallery exhibits new work by Brandon Sadler, Red Lotus: The Floating World
. The work bears the influence of his time spent working South Korea. The opening reception gets started at 7 pm. More details at ABV
In the words of CL's Andrew Alexander, in Dance Truck's PLOT
"Blake Beckham shares her vision of the simultaneously tenacious and fragile—distinct but intermingled—phases of nature's cycles. This is not “nature red in tooth and claw.” The news is far worse than that: This is nature green and vital with the weeds that will one day bloom out of your decaying skull." Find out more
about why you have to see this ambitious performance. It runs through Sunday at the Goat Farm.
- The latest progress on Lucha Rodriguez's mural
After months of preparation, the city's Office of Cultural Affairs partnership with four galleries - Beep Beep, Get This!, Marcia Wood, and Whitespace - has birthed four new murals by local artists. Tommy Taylor, Lucha Rodriguez, Andy Moon Wilson, and Sunday Southern Art Revival have created work near the galleries that represent them. Check out Debbie Michaud's last update
on the progress before heading over to the official unveiling parties around town. Check Four Coats
for times and locations.