"Influx" opens at south side DIY artist space, MINT
If you don't know about MINT yet, you should probably get familiar.
Graffiti on the exterior of MINT, Columbus' new DIY artist-run alternative space on the south side.
What was once a meat processing plant on the south side is now the new DIY artist-run alternative space that has already played host to the best dance party of the summer, but on Friday (Aug. 29) from 7-10 p.m., art will take center stage.
"Influx", Mint's inaugural art exhibition, will feature works from Ohio artistsNoah Markoe (Columbus) and Zachary Armstrong (Dayton), as well as Ben Pederson (Brooklyn), and Walter Sutin (San Diego). Large-scale paintings, sculptures, and video will work in tandem to form contemporary narratives for viewers.
Later on, Night Mode Sound System will provide the after-party tunes for your listening pleasure.