SUBJECT TO CHANGE PRESENTS: INNERFIERCENESS DAY
-Benefit for Project Fierce Chicago
-Hosted by Cleo Pockalipps
-Resident DJs Josie Bush and Panakin Skywalker
-Special guest DJ [X]P
-Performances by Blue Redder, Corrine Mina and Eve the Original Sinner
-$5 suggested donation. No one turned away!
Project Fierce Chicago’s mission is to reduce LGBTQ youth homelessness in Chicago by providing affirming, no-cost transitional housing and comprehensive support services to homeless LGBTQ young adults. PFC also aims to encourage community-building and civic engagement through cooperative living and youth leadership development.
For more information about Project Fierce visit their website- http://projectfiercechicago.org/
Subject to Change aims to create a space of “no shame” when it comes to the music they enjoy and the people they love and care about — family (both blood and chosen) and our community via the events and publications they produce. They hope to generate positive energy within the community and channel that energy to support the many organizations working to make this city a better place for queer folks. We celebrate all gender identities and expressions.
Photography by Kiam Marcelo Junio for IAMKIAM Photography
Subject to Change Presents: INNERFIERCENESS DAY -
a benefit for Project Fierce Chicago
host: Cleo Pockalipps
guest DJ: [X]P
$5 suggested donation
Township (2200 N California)
Performances by Blue Redder, Mina, and more!
photography and graphic design by Kiam Marcelo Junio for IAMKIAM Photography
TONIGHT! I will be reading journal excerpts from my first year in the US Navy as a gay man during Don’t Ask Don’t Tell - Including a play by play of how I lost my V-card with a fellow sailor. Come enjoy the show!
Making Out with Wes Perry and Friends
Wednesday February 20th at 8pm
The Upstairs Gallery in Andersonville
5219 N Clark St
FREE and BYOB! ($5 suggested donation)
December 22, 2010
Today, more than any other day,
I am proud to be serving in the US Armed Forces.
Camera: Polaroid SX-70
Film: Polaroid SX-70 Time Zero
(3/10 from my next-to-last box of last stock TZ film)
A/G/A is a collective I’ve been involved in since this summer. I have performed with the group in monthly Cabaret Cabaret shows, held at the A/G/A HQ (1619 W 16th St) in Pilsen. It’s always a crazy night with bold performances, music, and readings. Come check us out sometime!
This Saturday, we debut durational performances throughout the home-gallery space. Come by and see some crazy and relevant, but rarely pretentious, art! I’ll be performing select actions from a current piece, Actions for an Asian Immigrant in the A/G/A basement space.
Check out my vocal/burlesque performance of Brandy’s “Almost Doesn’t Count” at Anatomy Gift Association’s Cabaret Cabaret 6!
Spoiler Alert: SEE MY CUTE BUTT!
Are YOU that somebody?
It’s back! LOVERS & COVERS is here to let you croon & make you swoon. What do you need to do to get in on the action?
1) Send juicy (anonymous, if desired) emails, letters, texts and the like from your loves & exes for dramatic interpretation by TIEN TRAN & KIERAN KREDELL of Lady/Watch. (Send to email@example.com or message me on FB.)
2) Hit me up if you’d like to sing a song! There’s room for a couple more tunes, but you’ll already be dazzled by the voal talents of KYLE CASEY & SARA KERASTAS, KIAM MARCELO JUNIO and VAJAQUEQUE BROWN!
3) RSVP here for access to the hosted bar from 8-9pm (and ignore the info about the BEACH PARTY, which had to move to another date but is coming soon!):http://do312.com/event/2012/07/09/salonathon
Be there tomorrow (Monday) night, July 9, 2012, 8:00 pm
Beauty Bar is located at 1444 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60622
Facebook event page:http://www.facebook.com/events/201064890021238/
Last performances by Eiko & Koma this weekend at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago). Planning on going Saturday.
Who’s with me?
Who are Eiko & Koma?
Eiko & Koma are venerated dance artists who have been making collaborative works for more than 40 years, since leaving Japan for New York in 1974. Using their bodies, duration, and process as their guideposts, they create stark, elemental works in landscapes, in rivers, in graveyards, and are presented by theaters, museums, and festivals world-wide.
Their living installation, Naked, is set in a human-scale nest of canvas, twigs, and feathers, with the audience steps away from the artists. It is a durational performance by Eiko & Koma and the audience may come and go. Immersive and transcending, it invites you, in their words, to “linger, stay here with your eyes, live, and kinetically observe how our bodies move towards death.” Situated in the Turner Gallery, Eiko & Koma perform Naked as part of the exhibition Time Is Not Even, Space Is Not Empty, on view through November 13, 2011, and which invites you to experience their remarkable career arc with key works through photographic and video documentation, installations, and live performance.