BUCKHANNON — The Roaring Twenties was an era of Jazz-Age flappers who defied Prohibition laws with a surging economy that created an era of mass consumerism, as the Harlem Renaissance redefined arts and culture for young people. The fashion! The music! Women could vote! It was an age!
Dust off those flapper dresses and pinstripe suits! We hope that you will join us at The Infamous Art Collective Gallery, Saturday, February 26th at 6 p.m. to ? for our “Free Spin—Flapper Ball,” a fine art exhibition where the artists are free like the Roaring Twenties to create whatever they fancy!
The Infamous Art Collective boasts the skill of local artists: Rachal Mercado, Heather Coleman, Danielle Coleman, Stacy McLaughlin, Julie Bettis, Ava Hibbs, Sara Golden, Alice-Gervais, Jennifer Walsh, George Walsh, Holt Thomas, Jon Benjamin, Max Stewart, Christina Hooker, Ryan Spangenberg, Ryan Zirk, Sailah CreelFox Hill, Eric Bee, Tim Hibbs, and The Infamous Band.
Come join us Saturday, February 26th @ 6 p.m. for a celebration of art and music! Free event! Free food! Music provided by the Kyler Tucker Jazz Group!