PhanArt Pete Mason is once again raising funds for The Mockingbird Foundation (the sponsor of Phish.net and a 501©(3) nonprofit) through a poster and pin exhibition, this time in Miami on Friday, January 2, 2015, the third day of Phish's four day/show run there. The show takes place from noon to five p.m. at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, 1300 Biscayne Blvd. The Center is only five blocks away from the American Airlines Arena, so be sure to hit the poster and pin exhibition pre-Phish.
Exhibitors include Ryan Kerrigan, TRiPP, Isadora Bullock, Michael Boyer, StuPINdous Creations, Pompeii Prints, Fred Sutter, MYFE. Designs, Party Time Pins, Noah Phence, Pin me Down, Cactusbomb, Pinsanity Designs, and Ant Pharms Pins, Sweet Melis, Branden Otto, Brooke Appelman, Brian Bojo’s Phifty-Two Weeks, Golden Road Gallery, Jampanties, Ebbleberry Designs, Super Rad Cape Co, Highly Concerned Enterprises, Brendan Nicolan and Phish Shades. San Francisco-based pianist Holly Bowling will also be playing performances on the hour from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Her sets will feature arrangements of Phish songs, as well as several “jam transcriptions,” including a complete rendition of the "Tahoe Tweezer" during the final hour, beginning at 4 pm.
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