We are excited to participate in the New York Queer Zine Fair on Saturday, October 21, alongside more than 40 queer artists, zine makers. collectives and publishers from around the world.
It will take place second floor of the NY LGBT Center - Room 201A, The Keith Haring Bathroom and of course the Bureau of General Services-Queer Division.
Ginger has existed as an online-only zine, but now is your chance to circulate IRL! Join us at Theodore:Art to organize, strategize, share resources, and celebrate the release of Issue #7 and limited run print editions.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
3-5 Activism Teach-in
Performance by Martha Wilson, Andy Monk
Discuss the inauguration weekend protests, connect and share ideas about resistance.
5-7 Resource Skillshare
Reading by Gracie Bialecki
Briefly share what kind of work you make and tools that help you accomplish it, whether that's technical resources, materials, funding sources, etc.
7-8:30 Panel: Friendship, Social Activism, and Creative Practice. Orit Gat, Jessica Lynne, Rebecca Jampol, and Jasmine Wahi will discuss how social groups impact artistic and activist practice, production, and exhibition.
Pizza provided by Archie's.
There is a call for a General Strike on Inauguration Day. No school, no work, no shopping. We invite you to participate in the strike while actively preparing for the Women's March on January 21.
On January 20, drop-in to Theodore:Art (56 Bogart) for pre-protest poster making and reading texts of resistance. ALL ARE WELCOME!
We will provide:
-some poster-making supplies
-tips for protesting safely and effectively
-really good tea
-additional poster-making supplies
-your favorite and most inspiring text of resistance
-mug for tea
RSVP not required.