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Art > Body piercings, custom prints and paint that smells like strawberries: What to expect at tomorrow’s Artrageous Friday
It’s that time again art fans. Tomorrow, Friday April 20, is the second Artrageous Friday of the season. Below are a few highlights from the many special events beings held at galleries and restaurants all over downtown:
- Live corset piercing demonstration at Living Canvas: Eric Mezzanotte will be demonstrating a corset piercing in the shops lobby. Unfamiliar with the term? Corset piercing involves inserting multiple piercings into the back that are made to look like a corset. Living Canvas continues the corset theme with Sarah Blinkhorn’s art inspired by the Victorian era.
- Custom color prints at PS: Gallery: Local favoriete Ben Chlapek is offering Artrageous attendees a unique experience. On Friday, he’ll be creating custom color prints for a small fee of $5. He will have prints of a variety of styles with custom color creation.
- Pictures That Speak: A Photographic Display on Living with HIV/Aids in Mid-Missouri: Presented by The Center Project, this exhibition features photographs of men with HIV/AIDS in Mid-Missouri.
- Smell Painting at Columbia Art League: This kid-friendly activity uses green paint that smells like strawberries and blue paint with a lemony scent. Keeping with the food theme, this is the last chance to see CAL’s Eat Me! show.
- Morli Wilcox at Make Scents: Don’t miss your chance to see Morli’s molecular work and the piece we previewed in Vox.
As always, Artrageous also includes a variety of drink and food specials and business downtown and live performance. Check out the full schedule at artrageousfridays.com
- Living Canvas’ art exhibit reception
- Tonight: Opening reception for “Blue” show at CAL
- The curious art of David Mishra: exhibit opens at Artlandish Gallery
- Boob Paintings (for Breast Cancer)
- Columbia Art League’s newest show Eat Me! is filled with food and humor
- Museum memories: The experiences that changed how I felt about art
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