Saskatoon’s Two Twenty Building Hosts Art Party Extraordinaire
The best parties, it seems, are those that shake the ground, dent the walls and literally tear the roof off the place.
That all changed when I started working at The Two Twenty.
I can rage and still have a job on Monday morning.
More a hive of Saskatoon’s young go getters than a typical office space, The Two Twenty is committed to hosting some of the wildest, brightest parties that somehow manages to thrill those in attendance and keep all the walls intact.
Even better, I can rage and still have a job on Monday morning.
This Saturday, April 29, The Two Twenty hosted Mixed Media 3, which featured a wide array of artists and curious on-lookers garbed in 3-d glasses.
Kicking off the night was Jeans Boots aka Jeanette Stewart doing the solo performer thing. Having played a solid set, including my favourite song of hers “Nebula”, Stewart was only upstaged by the wayward small child that bobbed around in front of her.
Other artists included a talk by Kelly Grace, a performance by Anastasia Winterhalt that literally packed a staircase beyond capacity, and theatre by Heather Morrison, Ed Mendez and Jenna-Lee Hyde.
However, despite a few suspect party favours leftover from the weekend, as far as I could tell everyone still had their jobs Monday morning.
What did you expect though – it is an office building after all.