Degenerate Art Show at Serious Coffee

"Openissage" of this show on March 6, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Statue of Liberty is an example of the art on display at the Degenerate Art Show.

Is freedom of expression dead or dying in our local politically correct society? Artists AVANH and Christine Randolph reply, “Over our dead bodies.”

Once again, the Degenerate Art Show has arisen from the ashes, a poke at dictatorships (especially Hitler’s), where once the government dictated what art was acceptable and unacceptable. The theme of the Degenerate Art Show is “Art that Hitler would burn.” Which would include all modern art, that he despised and labelled as degenerate art.

AVANH and Randolph invited their friends in the local art community to contribute for the Degenerate show, and the list has grown into a riot of artists including: Jeff Hardbower, Ed Varney, Alan Burgess, Clive Powsey, Pat Acton, Michael Jestico, Joe Rosenblatt, Gregory Zbitnew, Gillian Turner, Belinda Jones, Jim Muir, Niels von Meyanfeldt, Rod Heitzmann and last, but not least, Brian Scott.

Please join all the artists for a degenerate party at the “Openissage” of this show on March 6, 11 a.m. to 1 pm at Serious Coffee, #5-2760 Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay. Music provided on demand by Degenerate DJ Randolph.

 

 

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