On the Radar: Café Hey Boxing Day Incident

The “enhanced” installment of the cafe’s monthly WMNF music series – coordinated by staunch music/arts scene supporter and sweetheart Brigid Ochshorn – features visual artists Allen Hampton, Shane Hoffman, Susan Janvrin, Patrick Flynn, Charles Haynie, Cory Robinson, Elizabeth McKibbon and Leslie Corsa. Their works span all sorts of media, making use of a plethora of unconventional material, from vinyl records (such as Janvrin’s “Power of Three” pictured here) to wood scraps to mechanized contraptions.

Local experimental music acts are also featured: Month Mind, Odem Press, Alien House, Serifana and DJ Treasure, who spins between bands. Café Hey owner Cheong Choi recommends Serifana, an act he likens what Animal Collective should sound like live. 5-9 p.m. Sun., Dec. 26, 1540 N. Franklin Ave., Tampa, 813-221-5150.

One of our favorite hangouts for coffee, nosh and cutting-edge goodness — and most recently, beer — hosts the opening reception for an extensive new art show, The Boxing Day Incident, Sunday, Dec. 26.

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