Jest for Wolfbats: All Fools Day, Kansas City, MO April 1, 2011

This event involved a lot. The guys at Escapist allowed me to have a show of work at their space so that was the end spot for the nights chaos. We built a Wolfbat War Vessel that started at the Inkubator where there were two alien pinatas built at Wichata State U. Sedlec Ossuary (metal band from Topeka) was set up inside the vessel and students from KCAI, Emporia State, and Wichita State showed up in Wolfbat warrior regalia. The local crowd from the first friday art walk gathered as we slayed the aliens and proceeded down the street with the band growling. The street was overrun and traffic had to move at the pace of the Wolfbat mob. After making our way to Escapist we slayed 3 more alien pinatas, burned a sacrificial war eagle in the street, and lit off tons of fireworks. Thank you Deluxe, Vans, and Volcom for filling the pinatas and the support. Thank you Ericka, James, and Miguel and Wichita State, KCAI, and Emporia state students for showing up and getting down. Thanks Dan and Escapist for the spot and support.



St. Louis, MO MAR 16 - 18 Wolfbat War Vessel and sacrifice of the fallen gods

This March in St. Louis there were tons of printmakers from all over in town for a printmaking conference. The last night everyone was in town Tom Huck was hosting a blowout at the Atomic Cowboy. In tribute to Hell Week and BFT, the Wolfbats built a war vessel to take the streets with and burn the heads of the fallen gods. Voyage of Slaves were inside the vessel setting the pace as rain soaked wofbat warriors marched on. Once we crashed the Atomics yard VOYAGE OF SLAVES played a set, we set off victory mortars, and blazed the gods. Thanks o everyone who stuck out the rain and raised hell that night. You guys rule.


Wind Weaver and The Whirling Wheel: A Tale of Wolfbat Romance- Jacksonville, FL FEB 28 - MAR 4 MOCA

Jacksonville, FL FEB 28 - MAR 4 Museum of Contemporary Art
This was a performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville Florida. The performance was a wedding marrying the sky to the moon... revolving around Nordic characters. This was a collaboration between John Hancock, John Hitchcock, UNF students, Jenny Hager, Emily Author Douglas, and myself. The performance was followed by a procession. The whole crew was amazing and the students at UNF killed it.