“In general, there just seems to be a ton of energy around creating intentional space. It’s kind of like a new punk rock attitude, but with much more positivity. There’s the defiance of ‘we don’t need permission from the larger structure to live & create as we like,’ but then there’s also a welcoming and inclusive addition of ‘neither do you … come join us!’ It’s a really wonderful time to be in Chicago.”
-Jane Beachy, founder Salonathon
PLEASE read this short interview with Jane, and if you have not come to a Salonathon production before, you have a chance every Monday to enjoy not just a show, but a thriving, loving community of artists, performers, friends, and lovers. 
 via: Gapers Block
 

In general, there just seems to be a ton of energy around creating intentional space. It’s kind of like a new punk rock attitude, but with much more positivity. There’s the defiance of ‘we don’t need permission from the larger structure to live & create as we like,’ but then there’s also a welcoming and inclusive addition of ‘neither do you … come join us!’ It’s a really wonderful time to be in Chicago.”

-Jane Beachy, founder Salonathon

PLEASE read this short interview with Jane, and if you have not come to a Salonathon production before, you have a chance every Monday to enjoy not just a show, but a thriving, loving community of artists, performers, friends, and lovers. 

 via: Gapers Block