COME ONE COME ALL TO THE MOST FABULOUSO POLITICAL PARTY SHOW IN FOUR YEARS. 

THE POLITICAL PARTY | NOV. 6, 2012 @ 8PM

WITH YOUR ANCHORS ANDY STURDEVANT AND DOUGLAS KELLEY
DONATE A PIE (50 PIES FOR 50 STATES)
WATCH LIVE AT GOELSEWHERE.ORG/POLITICALPARTY
On Tuesday November 6, 2012, election night, from 8pm til they call it, Elsewhere will host a returns party and media extravaganza with full news on news on news coverage hosted by two national artist commentators, Andy Sturdevant (Minneapolis) and Douglas Kelley (New York), followed by a Bipartisan Dance-a-Thon, because no matter how you voted, everyone chooses a party.
Featuring: 
  • 50 Pies For 50 States (Donate a pie)
  • Newscasting by YES!Weekly
  • Campaign Cocktails
  • Political Puppets
  • Live Bloggers Row (Reserve your seat)
  • Personal SoapBoxes
  • Swing State Rallies
  • Political Face painting
  • and a bipartisan dance-a-thon. 

Andy Sturdevant is an artist, writer and arts administrator living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has written about art, history and culture for a variety of Twin Cities-based publications and websites, including mnartists.org, Rain Taxi, Art Review and Preview!, The Rake, and Heavy Table. His essays have also appeared in publications of the Walker Art Center and the Jerome Foundation. He is also Artists Resources Director at Springboard for the Arts in Lowertown St. Paul, where he runs a resource center and library for artists and small arts organizations. He was an Elsewhere artist-in-residence in the fall of 2011. His first voting experience was the 1998 mayoral election of Louisville, Kentucky, where pulled the lever for a former punk rock label owner running under the Reform Party banner.

Douglas Kelley is a New York City artist, writer, commentator, and consummate talking TV head, philosopher and a connoisseur of esoteric history as regards American political or electoral events. A prolific documentarian he was also an Elsewhere artist-in-residence in the fall of 2008 where he co-hosted with George Sheer the 2008 election between Barack Obama and that other guy, the loser. He also is a well-known critic, arch art essayist, a freelance curator and a promoter of artists with an interest in politics. Personally he predicts a tighter closer race than that between George W. Bush and Albert Gore in the year 2000 and expects the election to end up in the courts.”