Heels on Wheels Presents… Opentoe Peepshow Salon #2
Sunday November 4, 2013, 7pm-11pm
The Spectrum, 59 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, $3-$10
Dear friends, I’m glowing from all our collective organizing and resilliency work. When shit gets rough–as it is now–sometimes goin’ to church together is the thing we need–and performance like tonight’s is total church [without the patriarchy part]. So, you’re invited to come after [or before] your volunteer shift/support work/processing/whatever to tonight’s event. And be good to each other while you’re at it!…
7pm: Skillshare: Jade Payne, setting up a PA
8pm: Performers: Kirya Traber, M. Lamar, T.L. Cowan
9pm: Special Election Season collaboration: Drae Campbell & Ariel Speedwagon
Heels on Wheels is thrilled to announce the second installment of our monthly Salon Series: The Opentoe Peepshow. This event is dedicated to revealing new works by queer artists of all persuasions, with a focus on performance art and feminine-spectrum folks.
On Sunday Nov 4th this all-ages event takes place at The Spectrum, 59 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, NY. The cost is $3–$10, and there are three steps up into the venue.
The skillshare will be ongoing from 7-8p as Jade Payne shares how to set up a PA [that’s a sound system & thanks to Rock Camp for lending it]!
Performances start at 8pm sharp and go until 9:30, including new works by Kirya Traber, M. Lamar, T.L. Cowan, and a Special Election Season Binders Full of Wo/men in Binders collaboration by Drae Campbell/Ariel Speedwagon.
There will be Q&A/feedback time afterwards, and then we’ll hang out and perhaps even dance.
Hostessed by Heels on Wheels femmes Shomi Noise and Damien Luxe, this series is about creating space for performers we believe in. We hope you can join us for this event, and the first Sunday of every month through June 2013!
More about the event series, the artists, and the Heels on Wheels here, and the event is on facebook here: www.facebook.com/events/293670237413418/.
Heels on Wheels is a group of interdisciplinary performing artists who create performance-based cultural works and community events that have a radical, feminist agenda, are produced from sites of femme/inine, queer embodiment, and reveal the power in under-represented communities. www.heelsonwheelsroadshow.com
ps. We are not collecting donations at this event BUT you can take things to locations listed here, including the nearby 520 Clinton Ave hub coordinating local hurricane relief efforts! Volunteer / Donate / Share: http://interoccupy.net/occupysandy/