This Machine

February 20, 2017

February 20, 2017

16:30 To 22:00

Minneapolis, MN, United States

Event Description

Join us, as we come together to redefine our public space from one of singular and stagnant violence and isolation to one of connection, complexity and motion. We are building THIS MACHINE: Not My President’s Day, a collection of public, site-specific performances for February 20, 2017. 

THIS MACHINE will take place at various sites along major public transit lines and then culminate at The Red Stag Supperclub for an evening of performance and shared food and drink.

Find public performances at sites along the #4, #11, #2, and #61 bus routes between 4:30 and 6 pm. Then take any of those buses (or transport of your choosing) to the Red Stag Supperclub for a night of art, performance, and general revelry from 6 pm on!

Not my President’s Day is a series of DIY performance events held around the country and the world on February 20, 2017, to help mobilize and channel our opposition to the recent US election into art and activism.

For more information check out our FB page at:

 https://www.facebook.com/events/675978195905634/

Or email jkwornson@gmail.com

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https://www.facebook.com/events/675978195905634/

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