|Knew Conscious Presents
..:: ASCENSION ::..
A Conscious Alliance BenefitDenver, CO – On Saturday, August 11, Knew Conscious Gallery will host ‘Ascension,’ a block party and group exhibition in celebration of the gallery’s one year anniversary at 2700 Walnut Street, from 4:00 to 11:00pm. Admission is free and open to the public.
The event will feature a variety of musical performances, including international touring acts KiloWatts, Akara, and The Great Mundane, as well as Denver’s own Octopus Nebula and DJ Russo.
Participants in the group exhibition include artists Kurt Redeker, Kris D, David Hale, Krystleyez, Amanda Sage, Jeff Wood, Android Jones, Lalo & Kati (Hilal Hibri), David Richardson, Martin Stensas, Reuben Rude, CT Nelson, Grant Standard, Analog Pirate, Totemical, Jon Lamb, Mike Ortiz, Jud Turner, Tracy Tomko, Erin Asmussen, Mike Gallegoes, John Haley III, Talia Sandoval and Warren Binder. An artists reception will be held inside Knew Conscious Gallery from 6-7pm.
‘Ascension’ will benefit Boulder-based nonprofit Conscious Alliance, and the organization will be onsite to host an ‘Art That Feeds’ Food Drive. Community members are invited to participate with a suggested donation of ten non-perishable food items in exchange for a limited edition poster designed by Kurt Redeker, owner of Knew Conscious Gallery.
Following ‘Ascension’ there will be a VIP after party at The Meadowlark (2701 Larimer Street) featuring KiloWatts, The Great Mundane, Raw Russ and DJ Russo. A $15 VIP ticket purchase ensures all day access to the Meadowlark bar and patio for drink specials, exclusive VIP viewing area, and guaranteed entrance to the late night after party. Tickets can be purchased at knewconsciousgallery.com in the ‘Store.’ There is a limited quantity of tickets, and they will sell out.
Knew Conscious Gallery would like to thank the following sponsors and partners for their participation in ‘Ascension’: Mile High Spirtis, Oskar Blues, The Meadowlark, Furthur Frames, Denver Kush Club, MegaFauna, Mesh Casting, Runa, MEANt Clothing and The Denver Westword.