In a city known for its innovative comedy, theater and art, Jordan Cerminara and Jeremy Talamantes are blending the three perfectly for a growing audience. The comedians host “The Art Critique Comedy Show,” where they find thrift store art, recruit a few other funny people to perform and roast the found pieces live, then auction the art off to the audience at the end. Cerminara and Talamantes are both local stand-up comedians with cartooning and design interests of their own. The monthly event, which rotates through local art galleries, is scheduled for the FraenkelLab gallery on Friday, Sept. 15. Featured guests include Kristee Ono, Sid Singh and Arthur Gaus.
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