Joslyn Art Museum transforms fine art into ferocious camp with an
animal-themed drag show and dance party celebrating the special exhibition
Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art.
Ages 21 and over.
Admission at the door only; advanced registration is not possible.
Free for Joslyn members; $10 general public adults (exhibition ticket included).
For more information, contact Joslyn's Director of Adult Programs at (402) 661-3862 or by email.
The call of the wild begins at 7 pm with exhibition viewing and cocktails. Joslyn’s Café Durham will be open, offering small plate selections
for purchase throughout the evening.
At 8 pm drag entertainers prowl the stage showing off their most
fierce glitz and glam. Emcee is Joe DeSanti; featured drag entertainers
are Tharin Crase, Destiny, Giselle Jacobs, Sophia Kennedy, Veronica
Kennedy, Aubrey Savage, and Matthew Steele.
Following the runway show, all party animals take to the dance floor
for a roaring good time with lowercase sounds'
Ben Jones and Très Johnson. Ben plays deep, tech, and progressive house, as well as classic house tunes, which hooked him years ago while living in his native London. Playing an array of sounds, Très, the founder of lowercasesounds.com, weaves together ambient, trip hop, downtempo, deep house, house music, and techno.
Meet representatives from our spotlight non-profit, The Nature Conservancy
, and learn how you can help restore and protect Nebraska's
grasslands and rivers.