The Nylon Tights are Pink
7:30 PM19:30

The Nylon Tights are Pink


Join ALTERED MEANS for an "The Nylon Tights are Pink," a new performance work by Anicka Austin with Chris Gravely and Bella Dorado. 

"The Nylon Tights are Pink" is a 90-minute performance of coping methods. Writings, dance, and destruction performed by Bella Dorado. Music and installation of dangerous and sensual objects by C.W. Gravely and Anicka Austin.

Doors at 7:30pm
Performance at 8pm


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Gallery: An Experimental Video Game Showcase
12:00 PM12:00

Gallery: An Experimental Video Game Showcase


A gallery inside a gallery inside a bar! Focusing on time based interactive art, avantBeetle is curating a show that revolves around the theme of virtual galleries. This casual exhibition will be a part of The Bakery's bakie's kansas city, an art bar that welcomes all kinds of creatives to hang out and share ideas and a drink or two. This event will be going on all day, so pop by for an afternoon and get lost in virtual art galleries.

Featured Artists:
Moshe Linke
The Zium Museum
More to come soon...

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Face of Knives Productions: Emotron, Non Grata, Ginko/Bas Relief (QC), TIME FL
8:30 PM20:30

Face of Knives Productions: Emotron, Non Grata, Ginko/Bas Relief (QC), TIME FL


Face of Knives Productions Presents

The Emotron: A Southern bred solo performance art project propelled by raw creative emotional energy & original synthy song composures on a vintage midi Yamaha QY700 Sequencer. Tron can be seen live often in the us, lighting his junk on fire & performing magic in his Daddy's 1974 wedding suit & shit. 

TIME (FL): Maximal Synthwave/Performance Art/Movement Art. An immersive and otherworldly dance floor experience. For this tour the Gainesville-based duo will be touring alongside a projection-based installation

Non Grata (Estonia): Non Grata is the head of travelling performance art troupe Diverse Universe

Around the name NON GRATA there have been different hushes and shushes for a long time. Already from the point of view of death of conventionalization of art it has embodied the horrible and unwanted disembodiment of human person, from which the meaninglessness of nowadays art, is pouring out. For those, whose world of arts starts from the point, where the art world ends, NON GRATA has been a liberator, the orphic gap in the seemingly unalterable course, which however betrays us, it is a cure from incest. The main point of the group is ethical - it is the image of primitivism, impersonality and experimental creativity. The performances of the group take place according to the logic of avoiding codes. The presentations are physical texts, whose ways of orthography and reading are kept within limits of real actions by the groupmembers. Aesthetical and provocative challenges are represented in places, where the Art World doesn't work.

Ginko / Bas Relief: Channeling the energies and spirits of dead Lovers, Ginko is the solo work of Edgar Lopez, local auteur. Masked movement art, untraceable beats. For this Set, Edgar will be sharing the stage with Montreal experimental electronic artist and delicate soundscaper Bas Relief

$7 All Ages
Doors at 8:30

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Poetry Night: Nicholas Goodly/Catherine Rush/Ma Ja Ka/Suntundra [The Bakery]
7:00 PM19:00

Poetry Night: Nicholas Goodly/Catherine Rush/Ma Ja Ka/Suntundra [The Bakery]

Cozy up in bakie’s kansas city for an evening of Poetry, Performance Art, and Spoken Word with special guest Marshall James Kavanaugh brought to you by The Bakery!

Performers include
MA JA KA & Marshall James Kavanaugh

doors at 7pm
$5-10 suggested donation for performers


Freak folk with dreamy harmonies via Atlanta

Nicholas Goodly
Nicholas Goodly is a recipient of the 2017 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship. A Cave Canem Fellow, Nicholas received an MFA from Columbia University. Nicholas received the second place prize for New South Poetry Contest, was a semi-finalist in the 2018 Discovery/ Boston Review Contest, finalist in the 2017 Tennessee Williams Poetry Contest and a finalist in the 2016 Academy of American Poets Prize. Nicholas is the writing editor of WUSSY Magazine and Critic's Choice for Best Poet 2018 in Creative Loafing Atlanta.

Catherine Rush
Catherine Rush is an Atlanta-based writer, organizer, and performer whose writing develops from themes of madness, alienation, trauma, identity, and community, lovingly pursuing positive alternatives with/in and against the atmosphere of destructive machinery.

Marshall James Kavanaugh
Marshall James Kavanaugh is a dream laborer of words and various art forms used to create poetic dream spaces for his readership to explore. His works contain both the surreal and the absurd in a culture driven attempt at documenting the creative activism of his generation. Originally from Philadelphia, for several years he has been on the road traveling coast to coast performing spoken word. Most recently in 2017, he co-organized a series of readings across the country with a variety of performers under the moniker, Poets For Peace. He has published two collections of short stories, several small chapbooks of travel fiction, and a collection of haikus with the small press, A Freedom Books.
When he is not on the road he usually can be found in the Philadelphia area with his two cats building large TV installations.

Jay Morris
Jay Morris is a poet originally from Athens, GA and currently residing in Atlanta. He began performing regularly at Athens Word of Mouth as a high school student. From there he co-founded and co-hosted Goetry Open Mic from 2014 - 2016. In 2016, he released his first chapbook, "Black Teenager." His work primarily centers on his experience as a queer person of color, and how cultural memory influences personal experience.

Scott Crossman
Scott Crossman was born in Detroit, Michigan, but has lived in Georgia the last four years. In 2016, he self-published a collection of poems and short stories called "More Then for Stories". Crossman has been reading his works publicly in both Athens and Atlanta since then. He will be performing a special "silent" set of glitched poems and harrowing flash fiction, with special effects and musical accompaniment played through silent disco headphones.

Mannabis X
Mannabis X is the Co-Founder of Anetra Studio. He is a visual artist and works primary with wood and acrylic medium to create multimedia art. He is also the art director, curator and organizer of Anetra Studio events. This New York artist currently lives in Denver, CO and Atlanta, GA, where he leads and organizes Anetra Studio’s “Just Art”, “The Moon Launch” and “The Art+Muzik Project”.

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Then What Live Lit Open Mic ft Kimberly Van Laningham [The Bakery]
7:00 PM19:00

Then What Live Lit Open Mic ft Kimberly Van Laningham [The Bakery]

Then What Live Lit is back at The Bakery and will bring live literature to bakie’s kansas city!

Then What is a live literature series featuring writers of all genres with a focus on narrative. This month is our first-ever open mic, and we are looking for your original pieces relating to the theme of "resurfacing.” The connection can be as literal or as symbolic as you want; the theme is meant to inspire rather than limit. 

The list goes up at 7 and is open to all as long as you're not gonna get up there and be racist/homophobic/misogynistic/transphobic/antisemitic/otherwise show your entire ass. Please keep work to five minutes or less so we can see as many writers as possible!

We are absolutely delighted to introduce this month's feature, Kimberly Van Laningham. Kimberly Van Laningham’s first storytelling experience occurred when she was three years old as she told her family of the fictional “other family” she had before them in order to make them jealous. What started out then as a symptom of Youngest Child Syndrome later evolved into a lifetime passion for storytelling. Kimberly is a storyteller, writer, and comedian in Atlanta and she absolutely loves when opportunities allow her to showcase all three. She holds a BA in Theatre & Performance Studies and a Professional Writing minor from Kennesaw State University, where she was also an ensemble member in both the improv troupe KISS and the storytelling troupe the KSU Tellers. Kimberly continues her improv comedy training at Dad’s Garage and trains in improv and comedy writing with Second City Chicago. She plans to never stop learning and hopes one day to write for television, but for now she is thrilled for the chance to perform her self-written stories. Just imagine a television around her, a catchy theme song, and enjoy the show where she plays all the characters. If you’re kind, she might leave out the commercials.

There will be a donation jar and all proceeds will go directly to the feature.

Hosted by Maddy Fay.

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