Just to reassure all of you that this blog has not turned into a music blog, here's an art-related post for you.
Engagement Party, the first Thursday night event presented by MOCA, is returning with the collective Knifeandfork. I'll be heading out to MOCA with some friends to meet up with the FS gang on Thursday night.
Knifeandfork, founded by Brian House and Sue Huang, presents three new works for Engagement Party, MOCA’s series of interventions by local artist collectives occurring the first Thursday of every month from 7–10pm at MOCA Grand Avenue. Events are free and open to the general public.For the first event, artists-in-residence Knifeandfork present Emptiness is Form (Golf and Donuts).The popular game of miniature golf is recast as a community social event as Knifeandfork installs a custom course that appropriates the museum's unique architecture, utilizing both interior and exterior spaces and following multiple paths through MOCA's Grand Avenue campus. Visitors are encouraged to team up and utilize balls outfitted with RFID tags to show off their skills. Other interactive surprises are also planned for the evening.Voice interventions by Nathan Phillips
Donuts by Deanna Moody of Dee's Bakery and Donuts
DJ set by Wendy Yao
Blogging by Guthrie Lonergan