This probably isn’t the first time you have read or heard about the FAT Village Art Walk in downtown Fort Lauderdale; the event is quickly gaining traction as the hottest new outing in South Florida. Every month, the Flagler Arts and Technology Village is filled with locals out to support the artists, agencies, entertainers, vendors, and businesses that give this art walk its gleaming reputation. Frankly, if you haven’t checked it out yet, you are wasting time.
This month’s art walk will feature the Nomads at the World and EYE Gallery, which is an evening composed of performances, music, and poetry led by the cast of Nomadis and the Antiheroes Project. To supplement the performance, Nomads at FAT Village will also feature visual artwork from Carlos Eloy Perera and Kino Robinson, who are the designers in charge of props and art used for Nomadis. Be sure to swing by the Projects, which is a contemporary art space located in the heart of FAT Village. There, you will be able to enjoy the opening reception of “haptic colors,” featuring the artwork of Martin Casuso, Christian Feneck, Henning Haupt, Sri Prabha, Jerry Seay, Augustine Vargas, and Ruth Von Spalding. Check out the art walk on the last Saturday of every month, from 6 to 10 p.m. Visit fatvillage.com.
Sat., July 26, 2014