Boynton Beach Art District

Where Art Comes Alive

Date: February 21, 2018

Boynton Beach Art District Art Walk “Where Art Comes Alive” Saturday, March 31, Art Walk

Boynton Beach Art District Art Walk
“Where Art Comes Alive”
Saturday, March 31,  Art Walk

Join us on Saturday for our monthly art walk.

 

http://boyntonbeachartdistrict.com/

Saturday, March 31, 2018 | 6-10 PM

  • Featuring Live Music, Open Studios, Food Trucks, and Lots of Vendors!!!!Visit our resident artist at their studios.Chris Bivins, Nicole Galluccio, Michael Kupillas, Rolando Chang Barrero, Dianett Doyle, Jenny Krasner, Tobius Kinte,  Heather Leake,Diane Slobotkin,, Jordan Pettingill, and Zack Purdo!
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    Joining our family of creatives and get a studio! Contact: BoyntonBeachArtDistrict@gmail.com

KEROWACKED 2018!

ActivistArtistA’s

KEROWACKED FESTIVAL 2018
Boynton Beach Art District

FREE TICKETS

One of Palm Beach County’s Best Multimedia Festivals!
The 7th Annual ActivistArtistA KeroWACKED Festival

Sunday, April 8, 2018, 3-10 PM

Rolando Chang Barrero ActivistArtistA KeroWacked Festival

KeroWacked Festival: Rolando Chang Barrero

Women of the Beat Generation

Open Studios + Live Music + Vendor + Food Trucks

Interested in joining the festival?
Contact us today at
BoyntonBeachArtDistrict@gmail.com

The Boynton Beach Art District
402-422 West Industrial Ave., Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
www.BoyntonBeachArtDistrict.com

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Boynton Beach–The trendsetting hipster hangout, the Boynton Beach Art District is leading the pack again this summer starting with their kick offspring festival the 7th Annual KeroWACKED Festival.
The brainchild of artist Rolando Chang Barrero who loves the literature of beat generation and it’s cast of influencers says this years theme is “women of the beat.” The homages are part of highlighting the underrepresented women writers, Joyce Johnson, Diane Di Prima, Brenda Frazer, Joan Vollmer, Carolyn Cassady and Elise Cowen, who are too often are overlooked by the fame of festival’s namesake Jack Kerouac and the other beat generation’s leading literary males counterparts; Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, and Neal Cassady.

The festival which began in the spring of 2012 has a consistently rounded up artists, musicians, poets and other creatives to provide the community with a day-long fun-filled day.

This year’s roundup of talent includes the following….

Resident artists:

Rolando Chang Barrero, Nancy Bivins-Edwards, Tobius Kinte, Diane Slobotkin, Dianett Doyle, James Russo, Chris Bivins, Michael Kupillas, Zach Purdo, Heather Leake, Nicole Galluccio, Christine Sylvain and Jordan Pettingill.

Bands:

Altered Roots, ReMerge, Grace Roots Xotic Yeyo, Mood Swing, The Coven, and Silky Milky Sugar.

VENDORS and FOOD TRUCKS

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Vendor information

Food Trucks $40

Artists Vendor Spaces $40

10’ x 10’ space only $40 Limited Spaces…Please Let us know this week!
Please use PayPal.com and pay to RolandoBarrero@mac.com
*If you are a children’s organization, or a not for profit service organization there is NO FEE….
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READ OUR REVIEWS!

A day-long celebration of the beat generation

of the 1960’s!

KeroWACKED Multimedia Festival Is Sunday In Palm Beach County’s “Art Mecca”

Sunday, the district will be abuzz in activity for the second annual KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest,

inspired by the Beat Generation.

“We want to create a space where all of the arts are flowing,” Barrero said.

WLRN

KeroWacked Festival Celebrates Spirit of the Beats

“I’m fascinated by the Beat Generation,” says Roly Chang Barerro, organizer of the 5th Annual KeroWACKED Festival happening April 24 in the Boynton Beach Art District. “The way they brought all the different types of artists together – poets, writers, performers. It was really a think tank movement, and that spirit is what I’m …

West Palm Beach Magazine

Boynton Beach Art District celebrates the fifth anniversary

Over the past five years, the art district has had a variety of cultural events, including Paint It! An Urban Affair, open mic nights, educational tours and workshops for children, fundraisers and the signature multimedia festival called KeroWACKED

Sun Sentinel

KeroWACKED, Beatnik Tribute Festival, at

Boynton Beach Arts District

It’s that energy the Boynton Beach Arts District — that fervent, funky DIY arts engine — has seized upon for its annual celebration of the beatnik spirit. It’s on its third KeroWACKED, which, as with most BBAD events, is the brainchild of resident sprite/evil genius Rolando Chang Barrero. –

New Times