Gallery at Avalon Island bridges all of its niches - art, music and literature - for the Pink Fire Revue


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Not only does the Gallery at Avalon Island have a decent air conditioner, but they also have nice big windows. Which means you can look out and experience the schadenfreude of watching people walk around in the heat while you keep cool inside with this cross-disciplinary art event. Experience visual depictions of sound from Synthestruct while poets like John King and Tod Caviness read over a backing of improvised electronic music from the likes of Jon Curtis and Pressurewave. Presented by Functionally Literate, the Drunken Odyssey and the In-Between Series, this event brings together some of our favorite local artists for a special experience.

7 p.m. Saturday, June 4 | The Gallery at Avalon Island, 39 S. Magnolia Ave. | | free


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