Local art collective and creative network Tiny Room For Elephants has found a home in the newly-renovated Cherry Street Pier, which includes both artist studios and public event space. The group, which aims “to create, document and share culture,” uses the pier for events throughout the year, but they’ll host their biggest project next month — a living art gallery that culminates in a three-day music and arts festival.
Over 25 local artists will work on their original installations over 10 days in April, and will celebrate their finished product with the Tiny Room For Elephants Festival from April 19 to 21. The festival will feature performances from local artists and musicians, including some familiar faces like Killiam Shakespeare, Camp Candle and Kingsley Ibeneche. See the full lineup of artists below.
Find more information about the Tiny Room For Elephants Festival on the event’s Facebook page.
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