A one-day-only exhibit brings the minimum wage debate to life, at a time when the Minnesota legislature is expected to be in negotiations over the “Raise the Wage” bill. The five artists of Rogue Citizen each create over forty works, using one hour per piece. The community is invited to buy any of the paintings, for any price they choose, at or above Minnesota minimum wage. Over 200 resulting paintings will be shown at 4:00 p.m., alongside exciting speakers, including workers and politicians fighting to raise wages. Live music and DJs begin at 6:00 p.m. Notable, local artist Guante will perform for minimum wage plus tips. Other performers include Ander Other, known for his work with Doomtree; Jeremy Carpenter, previously of KMOJ; activist and acoustic guitarist, Pilar Vatres; Skip Grandz and Mark Kreazy from the new “MNworks” compilation album — available at the event; and hosting and spoken word by SEIU Local 26 president Javier Morillo-Alicea. A grant from Arts and Democracy Project covers all event overhead, allowing 100 percent of the proceeds to be donated to three community low-wage worker organizations.