Domicile – October 24th – 26th @ Lightbox Kulturhaus
Reception: Saturday, October 25th, 7-10pm
Artist’s Talk: Sunday, October 26th, 1-2pm
The immensity of the geodesic dome crowds every inch of the gallery. A small triangular opening allows entry into the glowing structure. Above, projections of clouds, stars, the sun and the moon race across the concave ceiling. Below the dizzying skyscape, a topographical sculpture expands across the floor. It appears heavy, hovering only inches above the ground. Mountains, valleys and rivers roll across its surface. Thousands of tiny streets and buildings appear atop the sculpture’s rippling landscape with an overwhelming degree of detail as it sits perfectly nestled within the womb-like vessel of the dome.
Tyler Corbett and Erinn Kathryn present Domicile, an installation of video, sculpture and architecture that explores perceptions of home through contrasting viewpoints: the adult, pragmatic, obsessive present versus the idyllic and formative yet distorted memories of childhood.
This project was possible by funding from the Regional Arts and Culture Council. www.racc.org
For more information: corbettkathryn.com
Friday, October 17th
Join us for a night of small jewels and jests, featuring:
the Salome Sisters – these daring darlings will dance with scandalous abandon!
Super Bello Man! – the hero in boots and tights we’ve all been waiting for!
Mister E – this shapeshifter will baffle and delight your senses!
And…..Verdant Malconfident – a not-to-be missed anomaly!
Doors 8:30pm, show 9pm
$15 advance Use promo code GAEITY – Link for tickets is below
One night only! We will sell out! Secure your seat at:
NEW CLASS – MILKSHAKE: October 11th – December 20th
Saturday mornings 10am-11am (No class October 25th or November 29th)
Milkshake is a booty-centric dance workout for ALL booties. Practice and explore the history of intersecting styles of dance including twerk, wine and bounce. You will also find hip openers, strength building, and shaking it every way it feels good. This is a queer/sex positive and body positive space, with sexually explicit dance tracks. All experience levels welcome. Dress to sweat and bring water. Teacher: Erika (aka Mister E), $10 drop in rate, or ask about monthly membership options
Artist reception: OCTOBER 3rd, 2014, 6-9 pm
at Tiny’s Coffee 2031 NE MLK Jr Blvd, Portland 97212
(and “backstage” at Lightbox Kulturhaus)
The Fabula Rasa is a fairy tale built from scratch, featuring the work of artist Mychael Webb and photographer Corky Miller. Mask play is at the heart of this show, exploring themes in fables of yore. The photographs share stories in fragments, as artifacts of a land beyond the veil. Performers will be modeling some of the masks and costumes throughout the evening, and audience members can, for a sheckel and some courage, try on masks for photographs. Selfies encouraged – #thefabularasa
Exhibit will be in place for all of October at Tiny’s Coffee NE
Date: Friday, September 26 thru Sunday, September 28, 2014
Saturday, October 4 thru Sunday, October 5 2014
Time: Friday: 1pm to 6pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 11am – 6pm
The Saint Harridan Pop-Up Shop Comes to Portland – for Two Weekends!
Saint Harridan, designer and retailer of masculine clothing and accessories for women and transmen, is bringing it’s national Pop-Up Shop Tour to Portland for two weekends! Join us September 26-28 and again October 4 & 5 at Lightbox Kulturhaus. Slip into a masculine suit coat that understands the size of your shoulders. Try on a dress shirt that fits your neck, chest, and sleeve – all at once. Zip up a pair of men’s style trousers that knows you have hips but doesn’t accentuate them. Experience what if feels like to enter a shop where YOU are the expected customer, a shop staffed by people who live to make you look and feel your boldest, a shop filled with clothing and accessories made to fit your body and your gender. Mark your calendar now. More info at www.saintharridan.com.
We can’t wait to suit you up!
Location: Lightbox Kulturhaus, 2027 NE MLK Jr Blvd, Portland, Oregon 97212
Contact phone#: 510-473-5414