Feb 1st, 6:00pm- Bedlam Community Center: 2714 East 27th St.
If you love freedom and fair wages for Security Officers and Janitors, swing by the Rogue Citizen and SEIU lovechild at the BEDLAM Community Center, Friday the 1st. Feast your eyes on beautiful and progressive art by the likes of Tacoumba Aiken, Erin Sayer, and RC’s own Dalsen and Lizardman. Delight your ears to the educational and brutal tunes by the enlightening Toki Wright and Sean Anon.
Most would expect to pay a chubby penny to be entertained in this way, but with a budget crisis ever expanding and an action oriented mindsight we present this gift of performance to you FREE OF COST. A healthy portion of sold art goes toward the movement, so it really is a win win. You make us feel good, you make yourself feel good.
Examiner.com describes the plight of our workers as a “Fight between David and Goliath.” We all know who wins that fight. It involves a 99% perfectly smooth sphere of obsidian striking a facial area of about 1% directly between the eyes at escape velocity.
With 2012 behind us, Rogue Citizen finds itself victorious over the Mayans and their tomfoolery. The year was bursting with ruckus, and if you find your schedule a tad light on the flipmode, you can still view some of the finer aspects of RC’s victorious year at these wonderful establishments:
If you missed the hip-hop infested, art having ruckus at Angry Catfish last year- shame on you. Make it up to society by stopping in and enjoying a delicious Espresso and viewing affordable and remarkable solo and crew pieces by RC.
THE NICOLLET “EMPIRES RISE”- 1931 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis MN, 55403
Viewing the massive “Empires Rise” piece on display at the remodeled and newly refined Nicollet coffeehouse will make you want to fly a 747 into Thomas Kinkades throat. This visual monstrosity stands as a giant middle finger to Y2k, the NASA spending cuts and the collected and distilled tears of every person who has wept over Episode 1 of Star Wars. It will not be there long- but when it ends up elsewhere after we find a way to transport it, I shall let you know.