Queers have been around since the dawn of time. CCKC invites you to discover our rich history and rising stars. Come visit Queerassic Park! It has a fantastic lineup. Nedra Johnson is an NYC based singer/songwriter multi-instrumentalist who has performed all over the world. Kiki Allure breaks out of her shell to investigate the world of Burlesque! Venus Thrash is a beloved DC poet that has been published in several anthologies. Little Rib is a godsend multimedia delight featuring projections by Dulcey Rene. And Hyster Majesty will swoop in and astonish you with a performance unlike any other!
Join the intrepid kitties as they explore Queerrasic Park!
When: Friday June 27th and 28th
Show starts at 8PM!
Where: Baltimore Theatre Project @ 45 West Preston St.
How: $15 Regular, $10 for Students
Who: Burlesque artists, musicians, poets and more!
Artists: Nedra Johnson, Kiki Allure, Venus Thrash, Little Rib and Hyster Myster
About Charm City Kitty Club: The Charm City Kitty Club is a collectively run cabaret designed to foster, showcase and celebrate creative expression among lesbian, dyke, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and genderqueer individuals as well as their allies. CCKC’s goal is to serve as a catalyst for connection and a forum for discussion through the arts.
For More Information, visit: http://charmcitykittyclub.org
Baltimore Art + Justice Project has two exciting events coming up in the next couple months that you will want to look out for.
First, to say thank you to everyone who has participated in the project and supported us over the past year, BA+JP will be having a Happy Hour next Tuesday, April 23rd from 5-7:30pm at Millers Court. The Happy Hour is co-hosted by Wide Angle Youth Media and in addition to lite fair and cocktails, we will have a sneak peak of the Wide Angle Youth Media Festival. We ask that if you are interested in attending the event that you please RSVP by Friday, April 19th to email@example.com.
Coming up in May we are having our next Community Dialogue! Connecting Art and Advocacy: Building Relationships that Work, will be co-hosted with the Public Justice Center. Our third dialogue in our series will continue to use a lively, interactive discussion to address the role of advocacy organizations in socially engaged art and design and how to find ways to make these relationships work.
Space for the event is limited so please make sure to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Justice Center (1 N. Charles St. Suite 200, 21201)
The Creative Alliance will be honoring World AIDS Day this upcoming Friday, November 30th, 2012 by holding a musical celebration. A cabaret starring Mink Stole, Sunrize Highway, Quae Simpson, Alexis Holzer, Tenley Spatz, and more, will be hosted by Adam Cooley. The evening will include Broadway, pop, rock’n’roll, and original songs performed by the Baltimore cast. Following the performances AIDS Action Baltimore’s Lynda Dee and John Hopkins Hospital’s Dr. Dick Chaisson will hold an interactive dialogue with the audience and present new research developments. Proceeds for the event benefit AIDS Action Baltimore. Tickets are $20 for general public and $15 for members. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the Creative Alliance website or calling 410-276-1651. The show begins at 8pm on November 30th.