Monday, May 14, 2018

NFI Roadside Snacks at the Art Car Museum

As part of their twenty year anniversary celebration, the Art Car Museum has asked the Nomadic Fungi Institute to install a new exhibition in their gallery. Below is the press release:

The Nomadic Fungi Institute presents, Roadside Snacks, a survey of eyewitness accounts and laboratory tests pertaining to the proliferation of nomadic fungi. The Nomadic Fungi Institute is a pseudoscience based "Institution" established to investigate and document sightings of giant mushrooms growing on automobiles.

Also on display will be the latest NFI laboratory experiments to ascertain the probability and rate at which these parasitic fungi will spread and inevitably impact the American transportation system. Dr. Brad Ford Smith, founded the Nomadic Fungi Institute in 2013 and has been fastidiously pursuing all leads pertaining to these mutated fungi.

The opening is Saturday, June 3rd and has been extended through Nov 28th. Drop by and find out if you should be concerned about the knocking under your hood.

Roadside Snacks
Art Car Museum
140 Heights Blvd.
Houston TX 77007
June 3rd - Nov 28th 2018
open Wed - Sun 11:00am - 6:oopm

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