Members can check out the new exhibit from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and the general public is invited to join the party at 8:00 pm for a fee of 10 cents.
From the MCA website: Matt Barton: I Think I Feel Something features multiple dwellings, audio and video experiences, and numerous found and made objects that draw upon new age practices. Elements of his preposterous environment include color and crystal therapy and pineal gland activation stations, a water feature, and a communal structure for stimulating the chakras. Half adult playground, half spiritual retreat center, Barton captures the pleasure of exploring novel spaces and unfamiliar subcultures. Exhibit runs JULY 25–OCTOBER 5, 2014