GUTS, LART & PRIVATE PARTS – A Performance Lart Party Hosted By GUTS

Dear all,

On Friday April 5th, GUTS Commune will play host to the wildly dynamic and bold Edmonton art collective, LART. The upcoming art show, which has adopted the theme of ‘sexuality,’ will include performance art, music, and visual installations.

If you are in the Edmonton area and want to join us for what promises to be a great evening, please email us for information about time and location.

Love,

GUTS

 

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