RESISTANCE! drops the needle for 10 years

The Resistance
IMAGE CREDIT: by Colin MacMillan (Nathan Ham Photography)

Ten years ago Resistance  dropped the needle and plugged in Topeka for a four-year epic dance party that would have resounding vibrations. More than a celebration of music; Resistance was a movement for dub step, trap and trance changing stigmas in Topeka. Headquartered at the Boobie Trap Bar and born by local DJs Jeremy Gaston and Joshua Luttrell, the dub step subculture foundation exploded. Resistance lifted the needle and pulled the cord at their last live dance party on July 24, 2014. Celebrate the movement, music and artists tonight. Resistance! is hosting a celebration (virtual) from 8p – 2a and seveneightfive + ArtsConnect House Concert will be dropping by around 9:30p to get in on the action.

AN ERA ENDS…STRAP BACK RISES
by Jesse Matheis | photos by Colin MacMillan (Nathan Ham Photography)

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ARTISTS, GALLERIES + AUTHORS

Killing Liberty

LADY LIBERTY: Michelle Leivan

I am creating my own ‘selfies’ through the age-old practice of painting, combining the historical journey of the original artist’s self-portrait method and the modern selfie photo.

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THINGS THAT GO TOGETHER

Things that go together: Lemonade Stands and Philanthropy Help us, help Capital City Equality Center, help Rory in her mission to help our homeless neighbors. SATURDAY, JUNE 2 | 1-3p

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Julia Pershall, Self Portrait with Horse Skull

TRADITION VIRTUALLY STANDS

A 96-year-old tradition can’t be broken; Mulvane Art Museum’s Art Student Exhibition opens virtually Friday, April 3

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#WEEKENDER + SUBSCRIPTION

The winning combo for all things sevenieghtfive

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