Maui Arts & Entertainment

ArT=Mixx: AquaSonic, Saturday, May 23

May 7, 2015, 4:17 PM HST
* Updated May 7, 4:19 PM
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artmixx By Maui Now Staff

Maui Arts & Cultural Center will present ArT=Mixx: AquaSonic on Saturday, May 23. The theme launched from the current exhibition at the Schaefer International Gallery, which features a sound installation by artist Celeste Bousier Mougenot.

This fusion of performing and visual arts event is free and open to anyone 21 and over.

ArT=Mixx will include visual projections by Professor LightWAV, DJ Prince Valium, DJ Erica-Dee and a live performance by Medusa and the Mermaids.

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Food and beverages will be available throughout the evening, as attendees enjoy music and dancing, video art, visual art, performance art, friends and fun.

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Three’s Bar & Grill’s food truck will be cranking out tasty snacks all evening–hurricane french fries, bacon-wrapped hot dogs and tropical fish tacos. Don’t miss the inside-out Sriracha grilled cheese sandwiches, with or without bacon! Or grab a pie from the brick oven of Outrigger Pizza Company—cheese only or with pepperoni, lilikoi pork or white cheddar and mushrooms.

The event takes place throughout the heart of The MACC, encompassing Yokouchi Pavilion, the Schaefer Gallery and the A&B Amphitheater.

ArT=Mixx attendees must show current official photo identification to enter the gates.

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ArT=Mixx is a fusion of visual art, photography, video art, music, photography, fashion, maker-spaces, dance, performance art and interactive art-making.

Now in its fifth year, ArT=Mixx—presented by the MACC and supported in part by the County of Maui—was conceived as a series of events to bring the 21-and-over crowd together to find their inner artist.

Exhibits in the Schaefer International Gallery serve as a focal point for this interactive social event full of art, music and creativity.

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