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Mirror Mirror

On Thursday, November 3, Noah Falck (Pop Up Poetry Series) and Kevin O’brien Cain (Silo Sessions) will be hosting a collaborative event series called Mirror Mirror. The premise behind the artistic initiative is to draw a wide range of people together into one room, to create something fresh and new and different, by mirroring off one another to create a “random collaborative generator.”

Who knows what the end result will be, when creatives enter into a room, with the purpose of walking out with a work of art left behind (physically or mentally). The works might be mash-ups, or random collisions, or the unleashing of raw ideas that get baked into an element that fuses and gels in ways that no one expected. By manipulating a variety of art forms, the artists enter into a state of free expression that is guided by internal and external forces. The result is something that “generates a new energy amongst the artistic community.”

Mirror Mirror

The series kicks off on Thursday, November 3rd, and will take place on the first Thursday of each month.

There will be two open-mic slots for collaborative acts as well as a collaborative feature that will close out the evening.

First installment is Thursday, November 3, 2016

8 PM – 11 PM

Milkie’s on Elmwood | 522 Elmwood Avenue | Buffalo, New York 14222 | See Facebook event

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