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Past Event March 22, 2018 / 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Thirsty Thursday + Mix and Mingle
Presented by Dirty South Yoga Fest
Join us as we welcome Dirty South Yoga Fest for Thirsty Thursday. Enjoy music by DJ Mike Stasny and cocktails by our Mixologist-in-Residence, Amanda Sutton.
Thirsty Thursday + Mix and Mingle with Dirty South Yoga Fest is a networking opportunity for anyone interested in yoga, art and Contemporary Cocktails. There will be featured non-alcoholic beverages available from Golda’s Kombucha. Please keep in mind, there will be no yoga class offered during this mix and mingle experience.
Dirty South Yoga Fest is interested in creating an environment for socializing amongst the Atlanta yoga community.
Parking is free in the lot at Bankhead & Means streets. You can access the lot via Bankhead Avenue and proceed past the parking attendant booth.
Dirty South Yoga Fest is a community and yoga inspired event featuring a diverse sampling of instructors for a weekend of yoga classes, workshops, community and festivities. Dirty South Yoga Fest supports, spotlights and celebrates local yoga in the Atlanta community.
Mike Stasny is an installation artist, performance artist, and sculptor from the midwest currently working out of Atlanta. He primarily works with raw building materials and broken furniture converting them into “creatures” inspired by natural history museums, sci-fi, and his grandfather - an eccentric taxidermist whom let Mike play in his basement with numerous dead things. His most notorious work to date is “what what in the butt” - a youtube viral video that conflates homosexuality, blackness, and religion into an absurd / escapist cartoon like universe. On occasion, he provides “MUSIC YOU NEED” for art related events.
Since 2016, Amanda has acted as brand manager and taproom director for Golda Kombucha, Georgia’s first full-scale kombucha brewery. She moved to Atlanta in 2017 in order to help design a bar program for the new Golda Kombucha taproom, opening at Lee and White in the West End in Spring 2018. The bar will feature all of Golda’s kombucha flavors on draft and an array of signature kombucha cocktails, as well as gelato/kombucha floats and vegan small plates.
October 21 / 6:00pm
On-site art making for all ages and ability levels to explore contemporary art through a variety of techniques and experiences.
October 21 / 7:00pm
Join us for live performances by Xavier Lewis in support of his show The Angst of the Proletariat.
October 24 / 12:00pm
A free and interactive family-friendly program, Contemporary Kids introduces children to contemporary art and artists through approachable media and hands-on activities.