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Trans Voices Fringe Fest

September 28, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Free
View Venue Website, 7025 N Lombard St, Portland, OR 97203 + Google Map

This showcase features independent trans and genderqueer artists exhibiting nontraditional and unconventional vocal expressions. Organized by A Stick And A Stone!

LINEUP:
Cohabitation of Breaths – Abigail J Hansel of Yolk Sauna & June T Sanders (trans femme audio-visual ambient noise duo from “Idaho”)
Porch Cat (grunge-y pop punk / riot grrrl from “Bellingham”)
Sibila (industrial dancey synthy noise en español from “Olympia”)
DJ Vu (improv / experimental / noise from “Olympia”)
ChrisTiana Obeysummer (spoken word from “Seattle”)
Mx. Valentino (jazz-folk-punk)
Robert Torres (poetry / spoken word)
Sefer Raziel (glitch / noise / performance art)
Myllo Mae (performance art)
Dreams (synthy gay electronic beat rock)
A Stick And A Stone (haunting choral experimentations)
& More TBA

[see also the Facebook event page]

In conjunction with TVF 2019 (a festival of trans choirs, voice instructors, and songwriters occurring in Portland this year), this showcase features independent trans and genderqueer artists exhibiting nontraditional and unconventional vocal expressions.

Line up so far (more TBA!) :

Cohabitation of Breaths – Abigail J Hansel of Yolk Sauna & June T Sanders (trans femme audio-visual ambient noise duo from “Idaho”)

Porch Cat (grunge-y pop punk / riot grrrl from “Bellingham”)

Sibila (industrial dancey synthy noise en español from “Olympia”)

DJ Vu (improv / experimental / noise from “Olympia”)

ChrisTiana Obeysummer (spoken word from “Seattle”)

Mx. Valentino (jazz-folk-punk)

Robert Torres (poetry / spoken word)

Sefer Raziel (glitch / noise / performance art)

Myllo Mae (performance art)

Dreams (synthy gay electronic beat rock)

A Stick And A Stone (haunting choral experimentations)

& More TBA

Sliding-scale contributions suggested at the door to support local and traveling artists, as well as Marrow’s youth projects

Accessibility: All ages. Located on the 1st floor. Short ramp leading up to main entrance, no landing platform – please let Marrow know if you need assistance with the door or would like to use another entrance. Doorways are 31.5″ wide. Two single-stall, all gender restrooms. One is accessible. Nut-free space. Scent-free space (this means please do not use scented products before coming to Marrow). Drug and alcohol use free space (including cigarettes), indoors and outdoors within 10′ of all entrances, and the parking lot. Event will use dim (non-overhead/fluorescent) lighting. Heating and AC available and in use when needed. Service animals welcome (no pets please). If you have any accessibility, sensitivity, or allergy concerns or requests please feel free to reach out to Marrow in advance so they can address them if possible.