The Pop Up Museum of Queer History is on display at the William Way Center in Philadelphia until May 19th!
The ragdoll puppet from lili longed to feel her insides is on exhibit. The short film and visual art was inspired by Lili Elbe, a Danish painter and trans woman who lived during the early 20th century. She underwent some of the first and very experimental gender reassignment surgeries. Her last surgery ( a uterus transplant) eventually led to her death.
Last Thursday I trekked up to Colby-Sawyer College in New London, NH to do a puppetry workshop sponsored by Safe Zones. After a brief history of puppetry as a tool for creative resistance, we assembled our own puppets from cardboard, fabric, hot glue, and glitter. All the puppets were creepy and magical. Needless to say I was impressed.
If you or your group or organization are interested in a workshop please contact me at email@example.com
Heels on Wheels sharing van love in Baltimore. (left to right: Geppetta, Shomi Noise, Najva Sol, Damien Luxe, Bones, Lizxnn Disastor, Valentino the Poodle, & Heather Acs)
Heels on Wheels has but one more show left in New York! Click here to find out more!
HEELS ON WHEELS is smack in the middle of our tour! Its not too late to attend performances in Baltimore, DC, Philadelphia, and New York. You can pre-order tickets and get prizes such as t shirts, cds, and original artwork from our KICKSTARTER!
above: Geppetta in Providence, photo by Najva Sol
Heels on Wheels needs to raise 718 dollars in 1o days!
Click here to donate to our Kickstarter and in return receive a magical gift!
The Heels on Wheels tour is departing for the Northeast in under a week! Six femme spectrum artists in a van perform in ten different cities and create installations and mayhem as we go. Come along for the ride please!