I'll be supporting the opening party for the "The Art of a Political Revolution" in support of Bernie Sander as it makes a stop in Boston at Artists for Humanity. Please come through for the opening, it's free and open to the public, and I'll be spinning alongside YVNG PAVL and Big Bear of CLLCTV and Kon.


Bernie Sanders 2016
"The Art of a Political Revolution"
Featuring Both Artists and Musicians to Ignite Change Throughout the Nation.

A Collection of Acclaimed Artistic Works Inspired by the Political Landscape

Opening Reception in Boston, MA – Friday, February 19th from 7:00 - 10:00 pm

Group Show Runs from Saturday, February 20 - Sunday, February 21
Daily from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Bernie Sanders 2016, HVW8 Gallery, and Creative Cabal have united with local partner Bodega to bring The Art of a Political Revolution,a national group art exhibition featuring an array of renowned artists and musicians, to Boston. The opening reception for the local chapter of this exhibition will take place at the Artists for Humanity Epicenter (100 W. 2nd St., Boston, MA 02127) on Friday, February 19 from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. 

Participating artists include: Aaron Draplin, Amanda Marsalis, Atiba Jefferson, Brian Lotti, Bryan Blue, Byron O'Neill, Charlie Becker, Claw Money, Cody Hudson, Dan Buller, Dave Kloc, Donny Miller, Dug Nap, Dylan Fant, Ellen Voorheis, Erin Garcia, Greg Auerbach, Hayley Starr, Heidi Hartwig, Jackson Tupper, Jamal Gunn Becker, Jeremyville, Jermaine Rogers, Josh Maupin, Kozyndan, Michael Vincent Laviolette, Mtendere Mandowa 'Teebs', Nathan Bell, Patrick Martinez, Richard J. Oliver, Ron English, Saelee Oh, Shepard Fairey, Steven Arroyo, Sven Barth, Tyler Gibney, Zoetica Ebb.

Music by following artists: DJ Kon (BBE, Soul Clap), Riobamba (Pico Picante, Dutty Artz), Big Bear and YVNG PAVL (CLLCTV BOSTON), TIGERMAN WOAH and a special guest TBA.

Kicking off in Los Angeles, then Austin earlier this year, "The Art of a Political Revolution" is a touring exhibition featuring both artists and musicians seeking to inspire change throughout the nation. Future exhibitions and locations include New York City, NY. 

Senator Sanders has started what he calls a "political revolution," driving one of the most successful grassroots political campaigns of our time. As Sanders continues to force the debate on critical issues affecting all Americans, artists are sure to play a crucial role in getting people to engage, learn and become inspired. Income inequality, climate change, racial justice, immigration, and affordable education, are just some of the hot button issues that serve as the inspiration for these works from both international and locally acclaimed artists included in the show. Limited prints of artwork will be sold at the exhibition, the proceeds of which will be donated to Bernie Sanders 2016. 

The Art of a Political Revolution - Artists for Bernie Sanders
Friday, February 19 from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Open Daily - Free Admission
Saturday, February 20 - Sunday, February 21, 2016
11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Artists for Humanity Epicenter
100 W. 2nd St.
Boston, MA 02127