6/23: Impermanent: Final Show

Impermanent—an “immersive and subversive” art experience—is showcasing graffiti, murals, paintings, sculptures, photography, and visual projection in a unique space this Saturday. As the group’s mission statement—“THIS IS ART WITHOUT A SYSTEM”—implies, Impermanent breaks down any preconceived barriers of what it means to create.

What does that mean? Well, in addition to installations, it means live music from the folks at Cold Lunch Recordings, Summer Palace, Soft Bodies, and Telefones; DJ sets by The VINYLCATS and John Hanna of ALTRU Creative; and a liquid light show by Silver Cord Cinema.

The multi-faceted art experience will take place Saturday at 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. at 1211 57th Ave North. Food and drinks will be available from Passion Root Vegan Catering, Music City Cachapa, by Birdie’s Frozen Drinks, and Yazoo.

Invoke the sublime with impermanent by purchasing tickets here.

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