April 29, 2016 – June 11, 2016: “Radically Visible.” Sky Heyn Cubacub, Lindsey Whittle, Craig Matis, and Antonio Adams. Cubacab, Whittle, Matis, and Adams are artists who use costume, performance, music, language, and symbol as vital ways to break down the barriers between artists and audience, and to both celebrate and invigorate the conversations and tensions around identity, appearance, and meaning. The works in the show range from costumes, performances, songs, paintings, drawings, and collages.
M.E.S.H. And Etain Boutique present this showcase of LINGERIE AND UNDERTHINGS by local shops Cat Bates Jewelry, CS Boutique, Etain Boutique, and Rocket Erotic! The runway will light up with our perspectrum of body, gender, and expression as models work it! From sensual to sexual, this voyueristic feast is one night only!
$5-20 at the door. There are no pre-sale tickets.
Building on six consecutive years of growing print celebrations, Open Space is thrilled to present PMF VII, the Seventh Annual Publications & Multiples Fair, taking place April 9th and 10th, 2016, from 12 pm – 6 pm each day, at the Baltimore Design School, 1500 Barclay St. This annual exposition provides the opportunity to peruse, purchase, and discuss artist publications, prints, and objects produced in multiple. Join us for this cornerstone event featuring works from over 130 local and national artists, and on-site programming all weekend. The fair is free and open to the public.
Featuring chainmaille and scalemaille hand pieces and headpiece by Rebirth Garments
More information about Kiam Marcelo Junio can be found at www.kiam-marcelo-junio.com
The Three Matadors Project, based on the text by the esteemed American poet Jay Wright, and featuring Sebastián Calderón Bentin, Stephen Fiehn, Tim Kinsella, and Taisha Pagget will premiere in February 2017. The artists will be in Chicago for a studio based residency in February 2016 and will present the work-in-progress, hosted by the Poetry Foundation and as part of In>Time 2016.
Andy Slavin‘s choreography paired with Rebirth Garments biketards!
Join us for WERQ: Embodying Queer Spirit A Fashion Show and Celebration of Platforms: 10 Years of Chances Dances. WERQ celebrates the fashions and lqqks of Chances Dances awardees.
Presenting LQQKs by: Mark Aguhar, Gnat Madrid Brilmyer (GNAT), Sky Cubacub (Rebirth Garments), Gurt Hansell (kangmankey), Matt Morris
Genesis and Nemesis is a 3-act play that uses elements of traditional theater, performance art, ritual, music, dance, Reiki, installation, video, and special effects to tell a story that is both a celebration and cautionary tale.
QUEER, ILL, & OKAY is an annual multidisciplinary performance series exploring, challenging, and reinventing narratives about the lives of queer individuals and their relationships to HIV and other forms of mental and chronic illness. In 2013 Joseph Varisco, Creative Director of JRV MAJESTY Productions began the series after being diagnosed as HIV+. He realized that we all know someone whose life has been impacted by illness and turned to his artistic communities to further understand the relationship between queerness, the body, and chronic illness.