Performance: Aftermath addresses the ongoing life of performance art. Local performance artists are invited to collaborate and present their practices in whatever inventive format they choose. This is a complementary program to the exhibition Wilmer Wilson IV: the FOREVER Aftermath. With Eames Armstrong, J.J. McCracken, Ian McDermott.
Event begins at 7:00PM
Featured Artist(s): Eames Armstrong, J.J. McCracken, Ian McDermott
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