Weird Sister is honored to be co-hosting the Housing Works event Art After Trump.
Thursday, December 15, 5:00pm
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, 126 Crosby Street, New York
Including Weird Sister performers Marisa Crawford, Cathy de la Cruz, Naomi Extra, Merve Kayan, and Christopher Soto (aka Loma)
Please save the date for a gathering and marathon-style reading of responses by and for artists and arts organizers. Line-up to be announced. Artists of all disciplines will read their short responses – of any form – to the results of election 2016 and the imminent administration.
Partner organizations will provide information and resources in addition to Housing Works’ bookstore and advocacy and healthcare departments.
Molly Rose Quinn, Director of Public programming, Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
Brandon Stosuy, Editor-in-Chief, The Creative Independent
Glory Edim, founder, Well-Read Black Girl
Jillian Steinhauer, Senior Editor, Hyperallergic
Ben Sisto, Ace Hotel New York Continue reading