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Friday, September 16, 2011

Photo Gallery: DemoGraphic at Urban Rethink

Posted By on Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 5:43 PM

Jessica Earley with her work "Numberless"
  • Jessica Earley with her work "Numberless"

If you read this week's Culture2Go column, you know all about last night's DemoGraphic event at Thornton Park's Urban ReThink.

Just in case you missed out on the art show/open-mic night/30th birthday bash for local artist Tisse Mallon, we've got photographic evidence of the artistic use that Jessica Earley, Thomas Thorspecken, and others invested in abandoned census-taker satchels.

As an added bonus, we've also attached an excerpt from poet Tod Caviness' spoken-word performance, featuring his hillarious ode to Charlie Sheen.

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