Friday, September 5, 2008


Weird Art Hits The Streets

SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Art is busting out of tired, old galleries and making its way down the streets of San Francisco.

There’s no need to use your indoor voice during the 4th Annual Art Parade, which marches fine, funky art down the streets of the Bay City tomorrow (Sep. 6).

Spokesperson Leslie Rosa says the parade is a way to celebrate art outside a stuffy museum.

She explains, “It makes it easier to have fun when you can take over a few city blocks and have a few thousand spectators.”

Artists, including Yoko Ono, will showcase everything from enormous designed helium balloons and zombie papier mache heads, to scantily-clad dance routines and pimped-out tricycles.

One artist will even be recreating the famous parade scene from the 1986 teen classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off as her exhibition piece.

Rosa says, “She’ll have the float with the beer maidens, with the ‘Twist and Shout’ playing. It’s gonna be amazing!”

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