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Serpent Mother: Melbourne, Australia

We’re very pleased to announce that the Serpent Mother continues her efforts at world domination, with debut in Australia, at Melbourne’s White Night event, February 17th, 2018. 

Fresh from Canada, the Serpent is ready to travel south and across the globe,  and our dedicated crew is excited to bring her to a whole new audience. If you’re in Melbourne, be sure to come push our buttons! 

(photo: David Kotsibie)

December 9th: In the Red

World-renowned fire sculpture mavens, the Flaming Lotus Girls, announce an evening of art and revelry,  at SOMArts,  934 Brannan, in lovely San Francisco. 

Get your tickets online here! 

We’ll be celebrating and raising funds for NOETICA, our stainless steel sculpture which debuted at Burning Man 2017. We invite you to come out, get your hands on our heavy metal, enjoy the vibe, and bid on limited edition FLG art!

We’ll start at 8pm and go until 2am, so make us a stop on your evening . 

♥ Show your love for the FLG by wearing your favorite RED outfit! ♥

* Interactive FLG sculpture NOETICA, fresh from the playa
* Gallery art show with 70+ archival quality prints
* Unique artwork by FLG members & other local artists in silent auction

All-female DJ lineup, starring:
Jessica Stanell: ICARUS 

Black Velveteen: Airpusher Collective, Proton Radiohttps://soundcloud.com/chicago95

Jae: Airpusher Collective 

Three Ticket Tiers are available to show your support!
* FLG FAN: $15 presale price, limited quantity available through Nov 30; $20 afterwards

* LOTUS LOVER SPECIAL: $50 for 1 Admission + 1 coat check ticket + 1 drink ticket and 1 special gift to take home

* FABULOUS FLAMES: $90 for 2 Admissions + 2 coat checks + 2 drink tickets and 2 special gifts to take home

Serpent Mother: Calgary, AB

The Serpent Mother recently traveled to Calgary, AB, to take part in  Beakerhead , a city wide program of science, engineering and art. Check out our build and show stories on the blog, and see all the beautiful photos here. 

Its always a pleasure to show one of our sculptures in public; we loved the interaction of the crowd, and greatly enjoyed working with Beakerhead. 

photo: Trevor Lalonde