Birthday Gone Wrong
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BIRTHDAY GONE WRONG
THE MASK MAKING LIVING SCULPTURE
Low-fi DIY art movie
July 13th 8pm premiere / ALSO view all through July
Sign up here. We email the video link that can be viewed via Vimeo. We are a NOT profit all proceeds help keep OLD NYC DIY CULTURE going!
$20 discounted / $40 suggested
What if you decided to make your birthday a joke for everyone because everything sucks right now? Smashing cakes and paint on your head live on video making sculptures and masks on your face? Taking the tension down a bit. Some classic clowning.
A NEEDED wacky hysterical BREAK for everyone to view online. Funny, silly, messy, cheerful. Do you need some new content AT HOME?
Native NYC punk mask making Michael Alan takes his birthday to an odd place. We are all in a situation, trying to survive wearing masks, making huge adjustments, this PERFORMANCE takes our new reality of mask making to a ridiculous level uniting and unifying through internet VIDEO! He will create mask after mask, full head sculptures, made from scratch, one after the other to the backdrop of NYC.
Tune in and Join NYC artist Michael Alan as he makes a joke of his birthday, creating a marathon of comedic relief, to be viewed online. Recorded live, he smashes paints, toys, cakes, sculptures, and even his own drawings onto his own head, turning himself into multiple living works of art. He becomes his own paintings, changing and changing into thousands of characters nonstop, all to a soundtrack of his own music that he has created over the years.
Needed FUN for everyone, giving you some laughs, as this time period that is distressing. Laughter is healing!
Watch online at its premiere, or catch it afterwards, even rewatch through July. All ages. Bring the family together, or grab some alone time to celebrate LIFE!
Venue: Michael Alan Studio Online Only
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