Scott Cohen wants to help you meet your goals—by burning them in front of everyone. On East Fremont between 9th and 10th streets, he’s currently developing his Burning Man-inspired, 24-by-24-foot Life Cube, which will showcase not only art, but aspirations written on either the Cube itself or postcard-like “wish sticks” deposited into smaller cubes. On March 21, the whole project will go up in flames, unleashing everyone’s dreams into the air. It’s a crowdsourced project, so anyone seeking to contribute time, creations, money or wishes should visit lifecubeproject.com.
Artists (and non-artists) gather monthly for some cocktails and creativity at the anti-art school establishment.
“It is not being proposed to teach in kindergarten. Not even close. We would never be discussing that.”
Her legendary character will be featured on some Bally slot machines.
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