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Transmodern Festival

In its seventh year, the Transmodern Festival unfurled its usual four days of unusual culture and experimental art, but in all honesty it's the festival's welcoming openness that makes it such an annual treat. Whether it's the film and performances at its opening night at the Baltimore Museum of Art or the vertical sprawl taking over at the H&H building (including Nudashank, co-operated by City Paper contributor Alex Ebstein) for the weekend, the 2010 installment offered a wealth of visiting artists#8212;such as New York's Joseph Keckler and the United Kingdom's People Like Us#8212;and created one of the most adorable environments in which to flip your wig. And if there's anything more fun than the Baltimore Westsiders Marching Band fronting the cavalcade of fools that made up the Sunday afternoon Love Parade, we've yet to come across it in this lifetime.

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