Feral Factory’s openings are part art exhibition, part performance, entertainment, and party—an evening of aesthetic inspiration and community. Our second exhibition in the “Urban Collage” series is a group show, from artists around the nation. The theme “Radical Heterogeneity,” is the belief that strong cities and communities exist when every stakeholder and identity has a voice in decision-making and planning.
2555 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205
Thomas “Detour” Evans
The show includes over 25 photos, paintings, and multi-media works about our cities and the collage of people who live in them. This month’s featured artist is Denver’s own Thomas “Detour” Evans. His paintings and street art anchors an international collection of art which explore the richness, complexity, conflicts, and possibilities embodied by city life. He will be showing new work, created specifically for this exhibition.
Included in this exhibition is work by artists Leah Diament, Lili Francuz, John McCaskill, Jeff Tidwell, Gabriele Maurus, Kandy Lopez, Diane Staver, Pinque Clark, Chrisi Bechmann, Kat Kozell, Eric Morris, Wayne Palmer, Qin Zhang, Jason Paul Roberts, and Natalie Ciccoricco.
In addition, local performers will liven the space and themes with poetry, monologues, and other entertainment. Performers include:
• The Black Actor’s Guild • The Nimble Hive • Poet Soma Felder
All are welcome, but every Feral Factory event is a safe zone for race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. No jerks, though. Don’t be a jerk. Jerks are right out.