Holograms and Krumpuses (Krumpi?) 

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The Arches Building (35 E. Toole Ave.) is having a massive open house, hosted by the Galactic Center, on Saturday, Dec. 19, with their 2nd Annual Krumpus Rumpus and Microgallery Mandibula. The event features all sorts of ornaments and art for sale made in homage to the Eastern European Christmas demon. Also check out some local spinsters such as DJ Moores Park playing a set. The Dreamembering art studio includes the work of Suza Wiese—radiating holograms and brightly colored ethereal entities. For more info, visit the Microgallery Mandibula Facebook page.


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