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Let There Be Light Art Market at Bur Oak
March 11 @ 2:00 pm - 11:30 pm$7 – $12
Ethan Jackson is perhaps best known around Madison for his dazzling electro R&B project Mr. Jackson. Enmeshing visuals from close collaborators like artist Terrence Adeyanju and videographer Michael Doyle Olson, Jackson has always treated his music as part of a bigger vision. Recently, he’s been introducing the world to more of his mixed-media art and fashion projects, including a clothing line called Dripsphere. At this afternoon art market, he’ll be showcasing Dripsphere’s exuberantly adorned shirts and hats, but more importantly, keeping all his work tethered by bringing in more than a dozen fellow artists, retailers, and musicians.
Vendors slated for the Let There Be Light Art Market include Milwaukee-based jewelry maker Wrapped Up, CBD shop Herbal Aspect, Madison vintage outlet Good Style Shop, the recently opened Boneset Records, and the electronic-focused JiggyJamz Records. Artists, both selling and showing, range from tattoo artist Derek Anderson, to off-the-wall clothing brand MartianMucus, to From Scratch Comics. At 8 p.m., the event turns into a ticketed dance party, with DJ sets from techno-centric Madison staple Kitty Spit and Milwaukee’s Jules, and video projections by VJ and digital artist arktik.foxtrix. Plus, Ahan is right there inside the venue, and they’ll be serving chef Jamie Hoang’s recently James Beard Award-nominated Lao-Thai cuisine.
Illustration by Shasya Sidebottom.
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