Downtown’s Arts District is in a constant state of change — with new murals going up and coming down like an elevator. So when Brooklyn-based urban-arts collective Superchief opened digs there, it didn’t just commission new art, it wanted to ensure its preservation. Enter Shark Toof, the beloved hometown painter tapped for this inaugural incursion, who launched a Kickstarter to fund the project’s completion and protection. Sunday was intended as a last-chance-to-donate party, complete with reward enticements, screen printing by Hit+Run, DJs like Frankie Chan, and sponsorship by the always classy Pabst Blue Ribbon. Since Superchief has already met its goal, the focus is now firmly on the party.

Sun., Nov. 16, 2-8 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 11/16/14)

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