A First Friday Party For The Food-Obsessed

Obviously, we here at Foobooz HQ are big fans of Hawk Krall‘s (largely food-focused) art. So any time he has some sort of show happening–and particularly when said show involves snacks and free cocktails–we’re going to tell you about it.

To wit: The opening of Krall’s “Cult Food Manifesto,” a new project “focused on obscure branches of regional food”–something about which he is something of an expert, especially when it comes to hot dog-shaped regional foods. His show will be on display for the entire month of October at the Art In The Age boutique and gallery at 116 North 3rd Street, but on Friday, from 6pm-8pm, Krall will be teaming up with Keith Garabedian (the guy who used to run Hot Diggity, the hot dog stand for which Krall did a whole lot of hot dog illustrations) for a one-night-only party.

There’ll be complimentary cocktails made using Art In The Age’s Snap and QC Malt, plus (non-hot-dog) street food-style snacks cooked up by Garabedian for the opening night party. And, of course, plenty of art to look at.

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