Plasma Fest: A platform for underrepresented creatives

Cousin Dan, Dot.s, Goldyard, and more take over 787 Windsor for a day of art and music

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Atlanta folks from every corner have demonstrated time and again: If we don’t see it in the world, we do it ourselves. Plasma Magazine fosters a community-centered DIY ethos by covering a broad swathe of arts and music culture. Organizers Jordan Neal and Stephen Wilkins extend their platform with an immersive showcase dubbed Plasma Fest, featuring interactive art installations, music, and a late-night dance party. Their multi-faceted approach is reflected by the musical line-up as well. DJ Dookie Platters, Cousin Dan (pictured above), Dot.s, Goldyard, Gunpowder Gray, Rod Hamdallah, Sad Fish, Flower, Yang, A-V, Afropluto, and Victor St. Baloo are all performing.

$15. 3 p.m. Sat. Nov. 19. 787 Windsor, 787 Windsor St. S.W. www.plasmamag.com.

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