Sizzle - February
Femina Potens' Sizzle
Femina Potens monthly Bay Area award winning literary series, "SIZZLE" Saturday, February 9, 2008 on at 8pm.
Readings by Vixen Noir, Rhiannon Argo, and Cristy C. Road
with an open mic to follow.
"SIZZLE", hosted by Madison Young on:
Saturday, February 9th @ 8:00 pm
Doors/Open-Mic Sign-Up: 7:30 pm
$10-$15 ($5 open mic performers) for a night of desert, wine, and discussions
Vixen Noir (a.k.a Veronica C. Combs) founder and artistic director of Liquid Fire Productions (an organization dedicated to the authentic representation of lesbians of color on stage and in film) - is a San Francisco-based erotic performance artist and burlesque dancer, actress, poetess, modern/jazz dancer, singer as well as director, producer, choreographer and filmmaker who has been wowing audiences in the San Francisco Bay Area and abroad with her sexy jaw-dropping performances for more than 12 years! In addition to the Liquid Fire Project, Veronica C. Combs, Artistic Director of Luna Sea Women's Performance Project in San Francisco from 1995 to 1998, is the producer and director of several festivals, performances, and events. Her work embodies a commitment to claiming erotic power, building bridges across racial, social and economic divides and celebrating the diversity of gender expression. Vixen's work is unapologetically sexual, multicultural, and assists us all to revel in the ecstasy of our own divine power.
Rhiannon Argo is a San Francisco based writer whose stories have been published in several anthologies, and in her own hand-made chapbooks. She recently took her trash-talking tales on the road with the new generation of Sister Spit, and is currently working on her first novel entitled, Switch.
Cristy C. Road from Miami, Florida, has been illustrating ideas, people, and places ever since she learned hot to hold acrayon. She blends the inevitable existence of social principles, secual curiousity, mental inadequacies, and dirty thoughts. Road thrives to testify the beauty of the imperfect. Her repertoire consists of ten years of independent publishing, two graphic novels, and countless illustrations for a broad range of magazines, record album art, concert posters, and political organizations. http://croadcore.org/
Femina Potens Gallery & Performance Space (NEW LOCATION!)
2199 Market Street @ Sanchez
San Francisco , CA 94114
(415) 217-9340 email@example.com
Femina Potens is a nationally-recognized art gallery and performance space dedicated to the advancement of women and transgendered artists since 2001.
Sponsored by the Queer Cultural Center, with support from San Francisco Arts Commission and Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Femina Potens is a leading queer organization in San Francisco, and has been featured on the LOGO channel, Australian television show Out and About, Q-Television, the documentary TranArchy, Japan's Foil Magazine, Bitch, Bust, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian, which called Femina Potens "a crucial bit of justice."
2199 Market Street (at Sanchez) San Francisco 415-217-9340
San Francisco, CA 94114
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