What’s old is new again! Well, until it’s torn down at least. The newly formed arts initiative M5ARTS is proud to present “Art Hotel,” an ambitious multi-discipline exhibit that will take over the abandoned Jade Apartments in downtown Sacramento from Feb. 5–13, 2016. More than 90 artists from all over the world, both living and dead, will be a part of the massive, crowdfunded project. Throughout the 14 converted rooms, kitchens, restrooms, lobbies and hallways, attendees can expect to see art installations, paintings, photographs, sculptures, projection, film screenings, lectures, poetry and live performances. Just a few of the artists include: William Ishmael, Jose Di Gregorio, Cari Borja, Arielle Robbins, Jack Fulton, Andy Cunningham, Eric Hongisto, Lisa Jetonne, Amanda Prince-Lubawy, Shaun Burner, Matt Brown and many, many others. Make sure you get in to see Art Hotel for yourself (it’s free!), because when it’s gone, it’s really gone. The building is scheduled to be demolished shortly after Art Hotel closes. For more information and to see a complete list of artists involved and events scheduled, visit M5arts.com. For up-to-date specifics on tours, hours of operation, etc., you’ll want to follow them on Facebook. UPDATE: Click HERE to see photos and read our review of the Art Hotel project!

    Jonathan Carabba

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