Election day will have passed, and it’s a sure bet that we will all have something to rant, rave or even howl about at the next installment of Crocker Art Museum’s monthly ArtMix series. On Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, join local poets, MCs, DJs, activists and artists at ArtMix: Howl, from 5–9 p.m. The Sol Collective crew will be in the house for art-making that’ll get us all thinking, and be sure to check out Activism Articulated’s Altars for Justice, a community-based art project that hopes to bring awareness to social justice issues, especially police brutality. Get down to some beats and rhymes from DJ Novela, RASAR, Paul Willis and CatchaKoala, and listen up as spoken word artists like Coon the Poet, members of the ZFG crew and HK Poet do their thing. If you’ve got something to say, you’re in luck: there will be an open mic at ArtMix: Howl as well, so be sure to bring your notepad with all your deep thoughts and sign up for your five-minute slot. “ArtMix: Howl is designed to help us move onward and upward,” states Crocker’s website. “It is all about having a voice, so let’s howl together.” ArtMix is always free for Crocker members and just $10 for non-members. 21 and over only. Food and drinks will be available for purchase as well. Visit Crockerartmuseum.org or call (916) 808-1182 for more information.