Animal Crackers For Everyone!

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Animal Crackers For Everyone! says
Low Gallery is thrilled to host ANIMAL CRACKERS FOR EVERYONE!!! featuring the art of Richard T. Reyes, this show will act as a benefit for everyone's favorite do-gooders THE SISTERS OF PERPETUAL INDULGENCE!!! Please join us Saturday March 12 from 7-10 pm to take in Reyes' gorgeous series entitled "Animal Crackers" and the wondrous spectacle that the Sisters bring!! Your donations help the Sisters raise awareness and keep our community colorful. Many thanks to Donatella Soul and Richard T. Reyes for helping to coordinate this event!

More about the artist: Richard T. Reyes is a technically superb draftsperson with a soft spot in his heart for anything truly unsettling. Reyes is based in San Diego and works most often with paint, pen, sculpture, and photography.

More about the Sisters: "We are sacred clowns in queer culture. We employ the sanctifying grace of camp humor as a survival strategy and for social and spiritual transformation. . We support playing and praying in public. Our first charity work was with MCC to benefit Cuban refugees. It was a church hall bingo followed by a salsa dance party directed by Sr. UnityHarmony. Two days later we protested at USF at their 125th anniversary party that tried to deny the existence of the lesbian and gay campus groups at this Jesuit school. Two years later in 1982 we produced the first safe sex pamphlet, Play Fair. Srs. Mary Media, Roz Erection and Florence Nightmare, R.N., AKA, Bobbi Campbell the 1st AIDS poster boy, gently guided that accomplishment. And that year Sr. Boom Boom, running as `nun of the above,’ garnered 22,000 votes—almost becoming an SF Board of Supervisor.
We combine social activism with glamour drag for public edification and personal enlightenment. We produce public parties. We lampoon political and clerical party lines. We celebrate queer diversity and community. We visit the sick. We shelter the homeless.We scatter the ashes of our dead." Says Sister Founder Sister Soami
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