Brown-Forman Art After Dark: Lights Off presents an evening of Museum-wide art, music, and performance that invites visitors to experience the Speed like never before. The party will kick off with music by the legendary DJ Scratch, acknowledged as one of the greatest DJs of all time and in 2006 honored in The Source Magazine as a Hip Hop Icon. The evening will also feature video mapping projections on the façade and interior of the Museum created by Jonathan Klingenfus, Andrew Vititoe, Tim Furnish and Ryan Daly. Other offerings include performances by Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble, in-gallery bowling, glow in the dark face painting, food trucks and much more… Admission is $5 for members, $15 for non-members. Pre-purchase tickets at the Museum’s Welcome Desk beginning August 24. Brown-Forman Art After Dark is presented with support by Brown-Forman, with additional support by Café Press.
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