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Our beloved Marquee Ball was canceled this year, but we still want you to join us for an exhilarating evening to celebrate our 25th Birthday and support the Creative Alliance! And we’ve got a few extra twists for those of you that want to spice it up!
Our outstanding Film Curator Aaron Barlow (aka Betty O’Hellno and Rocky Horror host extraordinaire) corralled our questionably talented staff, drag queens, actors, otherworldly creatures, some rats, and the Creative Alliance Founders, and dressed everyone up to create a campy, zany film that will definitely crack you up! The film is followed by a LIVE performance with Outcalls streamed in high-def from our theater. This is as close as you can get to being at a live show with us!
We hope you’ll join us!! Look below for some extra interactive elements, like cocktail recipes, drinking game rules, and ART! Get your ticket!
On View: NOV 7-JAN 9
In-person – Creative Alliance Main Gallery – Reserve a spot
Online – ItsPandemonium.org (website launches Nov 7th)
Curated by Visual Arts Curator Thomas James, Amy Raeshe, and Lat Naylor, this exhibition celebrates Creative Alliance’s 25th anniversary and brings affordable art to the community. Most pieces are $500 and below and include artists such as Joyce Scott, Timothy App, Jo Smail, Schroeder Cherry, Jerry Prettyman, Norman Galinsky, and many others! All proceeds from the exhibition support the essential work that Creative Alliance continues to do behind the scenes during the pandemic. More Info
Take a sip whenever:
*** Please drink responsibly! But, let’s be real… you’re on your couch… you do you.
1. Whisk jam with citrus juice until dissolved
2. Grab a cocktail shaker – if you don’t have one use a Tupperware container.
3. Shake liquor, jelly mixture, citrus juice, and egg white without ice for 15 seconds. This “dry shake” makes it extra frothy!
4. Add a handful of ice and shake for 30 more seconds
5. Strain into glass and top with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, fresh herbs, or citrus peel