The Imagine Foundation in Jacksonville lives up to its motto, “Reaching out through the arts,” as it presents a night of other-worldly fun Aug. 17. Catered to adults 18 years and older, the soiree is called Dark Gypsy Jubilee. Besides an art exhibition, the “art experience,” as Executive Director Clare Lynd-Porter calls it, includes vendors, artists, fortune tellers and entertainers filling two floors of the historic home, once part of the underground railroad. Springfield’s Mary Tumulty paints henna tattoos for $1 per minute, Paul Jurgens paints live on Amanda Greive, Anna Mulch reads tarot cards for $1 a minute, Dr. Joseph Kozma reads palms, as he did in Germany during World War II, and Solatus performs glow in the dark Shibari rope work. Learn more about The Imagine Foundation and Asa Talcott House that houses TIF at www.imaginearts.org.
Friday, Aug. 17, 7-10pm
The Imagine Foundation, Asa Talcott House
859 Grove Street