Hapi Phace Paints a Scarf
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The groundbreaking performance artist, New York nightlife legend, and Vera lover gives an after-hours gallery performance and tour of Vera Paints a Scarf: The Art and Design of Vera Neumann.
Hapi Phace’s 40-year career as a performance artist and prop maker memorably began in the 1980s at New York City’s Pyramid Club, where Hapi honed his extemporaneous, spoken-word emcee style. He currently resides in Massachusetts, where he works as a gardener. He is the founder of the Karload of Klowns performance/happening troupe of intermedia artists who come together during his occasional forays back to NYC.
Venue: Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Circle
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