February Final Friday: Erika Nelson and her Sideshow Extravaganza

Lawrence Percolator

Coming to the Percolator:

Final Friday, February 22, 5-9 pm Erika Nelson and her Sideshow Extravaganza
This month's Final Friday at the Percolator will feature a retrospective of Nelson's years on the road with the World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things.

Saturday, February 23, 7 pm "Hucksters, Barkers, and Sideshows"
See! and Hear! how the hucksters, barkers, and sideshow workers of Kansas plied their craft. This speech by Erika Nelson is brought to you in partnership with the Kansas Humanities Council.

These events are free and open to all.

Erika Nelson is a visionary artist, educator and one of America’s foremost experts and speakers on the World’s Largest Things. She is a national researcher and speaker on Grassroots Art environments, Roadside Attractions and Architecture, and the World’s Largest Things. Nelson is also the founder and curator of a unique and innovative traveling roadside attraction and museum called “The World’s Largest Collection of the World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest Things.” She resides next to the Garden of Eden in Lucas, Kansas.


The Lawrence Percolator, a community artspace, is located at 913 Rhode Island (in the alley). For more information on future Percolation, check out lcava.org or facebook.com/lawrence.percolator.


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