It got wild at Charleston's 7th installment of Kulture Klash (updated with Jewell&Ginnie video)

Update May 11: Posted above is footage capture at Kulture Klash 7 by the Jewell&Ginnie team. It's awesome.

Update April 11: Joseph Nienstedt has updated his photo gallery, adding more photos and doing a lovely little photo essay.

Check it out here.

Update April 10: The 7th installment of has passed and, as usual, was a hit.

We're still post-processing our own banter and imagery, but you needn't wait on us to reflect (or gander if you didn't make it.)

Charleston photog Joseph Nienstedt has posted a slew of nice shots from the daylight part of the event and its art; see those here.

Charleston Scene has posted a brief newsy rundown on the event (read that here) and they also have a quick video (see that here.)

And the Twitters is full of banter and Twitpics; check that out here.

Expect at least one more update on this.

Update April 7: The Kulture Klash crew is hard at work getting the finishing touches together for Saturday's event and have dropped some additional info on us regarding the wakeboarding demonstrations.

What is being tagged as "urban wakeboarding" will feature Davey Blair, Jason Slezak and Greg Normal Jr. They will be tearing it up in two 80 foot pools and a trick zone courtesy of one high powered winch.

Get ready to be wowed, people.

Update March 24: The minds behind Kulture Klash have been hard at work and are gearing up to bring us some never before seen performances and installations, amazing art, great music and one hell of a party.

Here's a bit on what they're up to from the official press release:

With water as the central theme, KK7 will feature over 65 artists, including the return of the incomparable Carl Janes. You can also look forward to seeing new work from bright locals such as Micheline Callicott, Anson Cyr and Joel Parker as well as creations from out of town and regional names like Scott Partridge, Sharon Dowell (amongst others) from Charlotte, NC, and Jose Ray, Adolfo H Alvarado from Savannah, GA. Each artist will be utilizing a variety of creative mediums to provide the event-goer with several different styles to peruse during the evening.

In addition to art for sale, the show will feature artist interpretations of the quintessential Beach Shack. Live painting includes muralist Dustin Spagnola and Angela Chavarek working on a 8'x8' piece. Earth & Air will be donating a 10 foot SUP board with different artist playing tag on it all night long.

Performances include “darkness, light”, a six person dance collaboration between choreographer Gretchen Mclaine and sculptor Lauren Frances Moore, a live wakeboard demonstration with wave tank provided by Chuck and Chalice, sponsored by Rebootizer and a trio interpretive dance by Modern Day Pin-Ups.

Get ready for the musical stylings of Red Super Giant, Cassidy & the Kid, MJ12, DJ Skitch, Jason & the Juggernauts, CPO Gents, the Dubplates, Dick Tracey, Cusses, Grimke Drum & Dance Line, plus a special surprise musical guest and a yacht. Sound and lighting provided by Big Hair Productions, Visuals provided by Alex Rosen and video documentation by Adam Boozer of Jewell&Ginnie.

Beer and wine are available, with proper ID, from New Belgium Brewery and Social Wine Bar. Tasty treats and non-alcoholic thirst quenches are available from Roti Rolls, Roots Ice Cream and Annabell's. There will be an ATM on site.