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Workroom: Drag, gender, and the challenges of being seen in digital and analog spaces
May 7 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm PDTFree
Drag shows, parties, raves and now drag zoom rooms. Who are these events accessible to? Where do folx feel they belong and when do they feel gender dysmorphia/euphoria? Featuring recorded and live performances from Rye and Skim, the Workroom is a discussion space for people to explore drag, gender, and the challenges of being seen in digital and analog spaces.
Hosted by Skim and Rye, this event is open to all to attend, observe, and contribute but limited to 30 participants. Please book your spot early to avoid disappointment.
Accessibility: ASL interpretation, descriptive language, and automated captions in English will be provided throughout the event.
Please Note: In order to create a safe space for open dialogue and to protect the privacy of all participants, this event will not be recorded.
About the Artists
Rye is a perennial grass that grows to 1.8 meters or taller. When in human form, Rye is an intersex genderqueer performer who uses acrobatic contemporary moves to tell sentimental stories.
Skim is a second-generation Korean Canadian genderfluid interdisciplinary artist who often works within themes of gender performativity, intergenerational effects of colonialism, memory and emotions.
May 7th, 6:30 to 8pm