ALL AGES EVENT
Free for youth, $5-$10 s/s for adults
NO ONE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS
Come celebrate Pink Ink’s annual zine launch with writing and ranting by talented queer and trans youth! Hosted by Karine Silverwoman and Joseph Soobram.
Stick around for Elle Niño, co-founder and DJ of queer hip hop jam Yes Yes Y’all, spinning hip hop, R&B, reggae, electro and 90’s classics. This is an all ages event – everyone’s invited!
Pink Ink is a weekly creative writing drop-in facilitated by queer community artist and activist Karine Silverwoman. It is a program of Supporting Our Youth and Sherbourne Health Centre and is sponsored by the Toronto Arts Council.
10 Reasons To Riot - Pink Ink's first zine, voted NOW Magazine "Best Zine of 2005."
This year we are excited to have our launch be a part of the Mayworks Festival of working people and the arts.
and by Granny Boots
Granny Boots is early evening entertainment for queer folk who like to be in bed by 11. Every Wednesday Ryan G. Hinds curates a different theme, host or event: from live music to drag, radical politics to spoken word, you and your Granny get to be home early AND entertained all in one night!
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS INCREDIBLE EVENT!
COME CELEBRATE WRITING, RANTING AND RESISTANCE BY QUEER AND TRANS YOUTH!
Added by ileluska on April 19, 2010