We are hanging the work for this Saturday's show and it is pretty incredible!
Come support Ruth and Sarah, have a cheap Terrapin or glass of wine, plus it's a special night for two other reasons:
King of Pops is introducing a Young Blood pop AND The Highland Ballroom will debut the "Young Blood-Orange", an extra spirited cocktail made with blood orange vodka, and it's only $4.00. Ask for it by name!
As always, get your hand stamped at our opening and get free admission to The Ballroom.
This Saturday's line-up:
And at midnight get down to DJs Dookie Platters and Gnosis!
LAST BUT NOT LEAST, the first 6 people who come to the show and ask for tickets to the High Museum's Salvador Dali show opening, "Surreal Soiree", will get them for free!
You can see our very own Kelly Teasley's hand-painted dress modeled by our very own Jennifer Morris!
Madman or genius? Whatever you call him, Salvador Dalí was a master of the unexpected. From melting clocks to an éclair on Alice Cooper's head, Dalí rebelled against convention like no one else. A purple velvet suit? He wore it. A crazy, twisty mustache? He sported it. A little black book that read like a who's-who of 1970’s pop culture? He had one.
We invite you to walk a mile in Dalí's shoes and to dip a toe into the bubbling waters of his bizarre mind at our Dalí-inspired soiree.
-A phunky photo booth by www.LeahandMark.com.
-Flamenco guitarist, Witold Tulodziecki.
-A jewelry trunk show by Ashley Buchanan.
A wearable art fashion show with contributions from the Atlanta artists listed below:
Grant Henry aka Sister Louisa
Andy Moon Wilson
Creative Direction provided by: Shannon Mulkey co-founder of the Indie Craft Experience.