Mind of a Snail and their shadow puppets (Caws and Effect is above) are among the performers at Influx at the Surrey Art Gallery Nov. 28.

Influx returns to Surrey with social night of art action

Young adult-oriented event at Surrey Art Gallery Nov. 28 blends music, dance, spoken word and more.

Where can you experience live music, poetry, visual art, puppetry, and video projection all in one place?

On Nov. 28 from 8-11 p.m., InFlux returns to the Surrey Art Gallery, transforming the space into a social hub of art action.

Immerse yourself in an eclectic blend of live music, spoken word, shadow puppetry, and hip hop dance where you’ll get to connect with a growing arts community – all without leaving town.

Intended for young adults ages 19 and up, admission is by donation ($5 minimum per person). Beverages will be available for purchase.

The line-up of performers includes Emi Honda and Jordan McKenzie (of Elfin Saddle) from Hornby Island who create surreal botanical realms through a mix of video projection and instrumentation. Vancouver-based singer and rapper Kimmortal will be spitting rhymes in a joint performance with hip hop dancers Kim Padilla and Joshua Ongcol.

Throughout the evening, you can get creative with Mind of a Snail (Chloé Ziner and Jessica Gabriel) as you make shadow puppets and watch them come to life on screen. Surrey’s own DJ Wundrkut (Eric Cardeno) will be entertaining throughout the evening.

Surrey Art Gallery is located at 13750 88 Ave. Call 604-501-5566.

 

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