Art Attack: Eleven Ways to See Art Live or Otherwise This Week

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By Susan Froyd, Westword

No Place to Go
Starts at Mint & Serif, 7310 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood
October 22 through November 1
Admission: $60 per carload of up to five people, $25 for virtual reality experience available in November

While No Place to Go, a different kind of haunted house propelled by the terrors of being queer in a binary world, is a fully imagined immersive, performative journey navigated from the safety of your car, it’s really all about the artists in the wings, who brought it to life with big installations. Not to miss: Steven Frost’s ultra-spooky “Liberace in Purgatory.” And really, everything else.

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