The Gods & Monsters Art Show

As the season turns from the glow of summer to the chill of fall, join us as we celebrate works of dark creativity and art which reflects the nightmares that haunt us from the shadows of our hopes and dreams. Horrors from the silver screen, monsters from ancient mythology, dark gods, and terrors of every shape and kind. steal your soul, take a peek past the veil, and see what frightening visions stalk you from beyond…

Join us at Jackson Flats Gallery for a horror art show and dark ball complete with ethereal melodies and alchemical brews. Witches, warlocks, midnight fairies, vampires, and all other creatures of the night welcome.

The Otherworldly Arts Collective also presents:

  • Over 100 artists
  • Mystic potions from Twin Spirits
  • Brews from Fulton
  • Food from the wonderful Butcher Salt Foodtruck
  • Tarot card readers Dovanna Cleary and Chrysina
  • Doctor Raven and Mistress Dee’s Booth of Misfortune
  • DJ from Gothess Collective TBA.

Saturday, October 6, 2018
Artspace Jackson Flats
901 18 1/2 Ave NE
Admission: $2 suggested donation

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