PERHAPS one of the most exciting aspects of Sulfur Studios is its ever-surprising versatility. Of course, the Starland gallery is a must-visit on First Friday Art March, but the crew behind those adorned walls has opened their doors to all kinds of projects and events.
From Blackrune providing a live soundtrack to Valerie and Her Week of Wonders to weekly yoga, Sulfur’s become a multipurpose space where anything can happen—and, if it’s happening at Sulfur, it’s ultra-cool, local, and delightfully unusual.
Enter the genius of the Good Vs. Evil Halloween Dance Party. For those of you who love to get down around Halloween time but dread hitting a crowded club, Sulfur’s solution is perfect. A community event, you’ll be mingling and boogieing with your neighbors, local artists, makers, and more, to the sounds of DJ Basik Lee and DJ D-Frost.
It wouldn’t be a Halloween affair without a costume contest, so dress according to theme and select a costume that allows you to either be very, very good, or wickedly evil (or get creative and challenge the whole notion—it is an art gallery, after all).
Blick Art Materials, Sulfur Studios, Starlandia Supply and more have provided prizes for the costume contest and raffles; food and drink will be available. At just five bucks, we can see you shivering with anticipation from here!
Thursday, October 29, 7 p.m., $5
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