Wednesday, April 12, 2017

KeroWACKED 2017: Palm Beach County's Best Bet This Sunday!

KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest 2017
This Sunday in Boynton Beach...
The Boynton Beach Art District is the Place to be!

The 6th Annual KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest which opens at noon on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017  is on of
Palm Beach Counties Most Diverse Gathering of Creatives.
From graffiti artists like Zulu and Thirst to the former Arts Economist and National Endowment for the Arts Fellow, Bruce Helander...and everything in between-The Boynton Beach Art District is truly where art comes alive!

KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest
Organizer: Rolando Chang Barrero
Sunday, April 16, 2017 12-10 PM
The Boynton Beach Art District
404-422 West Industrial Ave.
Boynton Beach Florida 33426

KeroWACKED which opens with an Egg hunt and street paintings for children at noon, and continues throughout the day with open studios of resident artists Tom Brewitz, Chris Bivas, Paul Cohen, Rolando Chang Barrero, Dianette Doyle, Nicole Galluccio, Michael Kupillas, Travis Martin, Jim Russo, mural painting by Zulu and Thirst, 2 fashion shows by Kris Kula and Vintage Corners, 10 bands, exhibitions, food and even a 10 hour long open mic that celebrates freedom of speech called Sound OUT Loud organized by and The Box Gallery of West Palm Beach.

Egg Hunt sponsored by organizer Rolando Chang Barrero will offer toys instead of candy as gifts. Street painting for kids sponsored by resident artists Nicole Galluccio and Michael Kupillas.

Mural Painting of Jack Kerouac by two St.Petersburg's best muralist visiting artists Zulu Painter and Thirst.

2 Fashion Shows by Kris Kulah and Vintage Corners.


Sound Out Loud the 10 hour long open mic will feature key note speakers and reading between 3-6 p.m. by Nicki Lopez of #a4Blm, Will Buckley of, Jack Vrooman of Friends for Justice, Sandra Schulman of West Palm Beach Magazine, Donna Weinberger of Inspire Recovery,
Rolando Chang Chang Barrero will be reading letters from writer Steve EllmanMayor Steven B. Grant, and Dr. Ewing's recent publication, "Why Authoritarians Attack the Arts"Bruce Helander former Arts Economist writer and National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship recipient, Alessandra Mondolfi of #ArtistsMarch, and dancer Gaynelle Gosselin.

Vendors at the event  a unique mix of young creatives, select outreach organizations like Artists For Black Live Matters, and even not for profits like Transpire Help/ Inspire Recovery, which assists the  LGBTQ+ face innumerable obstacles—starting from a young age—including family rejection for their sexuality and/or gender identity, bullying at school and in the workplace,

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