By May 20, 2017 No Comments

On May 16th, fresh sheets of paint were installed on the wall, from the ceiling, off the wall and draped over sawhorses. Over the course of nearly 2 months, these “fresh” paint sheets, stitched together only by their own sticky-ness, have evolved, melted, stretched, torn, expired.
We hope you can join us for what I like to consider the Ribbon Cutting, but really there is no ribbon. There is no grand opening either. Instead, a special closing celebration in which guests can witness and participate in the dismantling and repurposing of the lengthy stretches of paint sheets by hole punching them into confetti, a celebratory material.

5pm Cocktail hour with Confetti Punch (for drinking)

6pm “Ribbon Cutting”

6:30-8pm Punching Paint (into confetti)

8pm Weigh your paint confetti pile for a chance to win!

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