April Telling Queer History: Foot Of The Mountain Theater

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Telling Queer History says
TELLING QUEER HISTORY is a series of gatherings based on sharing stories in an open, informal, and participatory format. It’s about connecting queer communities, queer history and generations so that we can learn from our shared past, present, and future.*
Every event is FREE, SOBER & ALL-AGES

April's event will focus on feminist and lesbian/ queer performance in Minneapolis, during the 1970s and 1980s.
We will host a panel featuring local artists involved in Foot of the Mountain Theatre, Toklas: A Lesbian Soap Opera, and Dyke Night at the MIA. Panelists will be:

Randa Downs
Chris Cinque
Laurie Witzkowski
Esther Ouray
Renee Sugrue
Annie Follet
Kim Hines



In addition to the panel, we will view video footage of performances, and have time for questions and discussion. Join us!


DATE
Sunday, APRIL 19
2:00-5:00pm

LOCATION
The Central Neighborhood; Minneapolis Mn
CANDO Center
http://www.thecentralneighborhood.com
3736 Chicago Ave S.
MPLS MN 55407

EVENT FORMAT
2:00–2:30pm – Welcome and icebreaker (meet one person)
2:30-3:10pm – Panel discussion on feminist and lesbian/queer performance in Mpls during 70s & 80s.
3:10-3:20pm – Intermission and Interaction (meet two people)
3:20-4:00pm – Film of performance by AFOTM followed by Question and Answer
4:00-4:20pm - Closing circle
4:20-5:00pm - Open reception where you can meet more people, hear more stories and share yours!
If more conversation is desired, we encourage you to continue at Blue Ox next door.

Some food and drinks will be provided. Please bring a cash contribution or food to share if you can.

Interested in being a guest speaker or helping put on the next event? Contact the event organizer (Rebecca Lawrence rjlawrencephotography@gmail.com).

*Allies are welcome to join, listen and volunteer. Hearing our stories is a great way to be an ally, allowing and assisting us in having the space to tell our stories is a way to be an advocate. Thank you
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