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From now until near the end of June we will post at least once a day with details on what you can experience at home during this pandemic year for Charleston’s annual festival of all arts. For 2020, FestivALL is when The Internet Becomes A Work Of Art. Every day we will bring you up to date on this year’s VirtuALL FestivALL, plus we will flash back to some of our video coverage from previous years, and I will dig into the archives for one post in the Monday Morning Art Exhibit, collecting some of my favorite pieces from the nearly fifteen years that I’ve been posting my original work here in PopCult.
Today’s big events include:
This time we go back to October, 2011, for a digital painting based on a photograph taken at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-art show‘s special Halloween edition. In “Ghoul’s Night Out,” Elle Xombeah, Lavender Menace and Penny Maple, terrorize Sarkany, in a classically horrific manner. A year later I had this printed up and entered into the ArtMares show at HallowEast.