For Us Fest: Queer Abstract//BUFU//OLU

For Us Fest: Queer Abstract//BUFU//OLU

RSVP July 30, 2017

Getting Here ktdcshuttle

 

2:00pm-9:00pm

ARTISTS

Queer Abstract
Olu Alege

Performances by:

Josiah Forde
Cynthia Bukilwa
Hameer Zawawi
Nia and Ness
Nic Kayyy
Bringing Beautiful Back to Black
Cor Ece
Veronica Garza
Roya Marsh
Nappy Nina
Myles
Dejaye
Nandi Kay
Dante Lennon
Alicia Goldsmith
The Alliyance
DJ Rzze Royze
DJ Boston Cherry

FOR US FEST CLOSING WEEKEND
Queer Abstract x BUFU x Olu Alege

Join us in the backyard with BUFU, Queer Abstract, and Olu Alege in the culminating event of “US,” a month of daily programming across all five boroughs that focuses on gathering, sharing strategies, resources, skills between collectives and how to build through organizing, healing, nightlife, and art.

Queer Abstract: What’s Yours?
Performances hosted by Shannon Matesky and Lo Jackson
ARTISTS:
Josiah Forde
Cynthia Bukilwa
Hameer Zawawi
Nia and Ness
Nic Kayyy
Bringing Beautiful Back to Black
Cor Ece
Veronica Garza
Roya Marsh
Nappy Nina
Myles
Dejaye
Nandi Kay
Dante Lennon
Alicia Goldsmith
The Alliyance
DJ Rzze Royze
DJ Boston Cherry
AND MORE!!!!!!!

Queer Abstract is a curated Monthly Performance Series highlighting QTPOC performers hosted and curated by Shannon Matesky. (QA) is place to showcase new work and celebrate each other, an attempt to blend party and performance communities to uplift and affirm fellowship, creativity and collaboration among the culture leaders of NYC. QA is a curated variety of singers, dancers, comedians, writers and any creative interested in getting down. Allies are welcomed and encouraged to affirm our magic, QTPOC are welcome and encouraged to fellowship, build and create!

BUFU (By Us For Us) is a collective of queer, femme, and nonbinary black and East Asian artists and organizers working to create a living archive centered around global conversations between black and Asian diasporas, with an emphasis on solidarity, de-centering whiteness, and resurfacing our deeply interconnected and complicated histories.

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