Rude Garten: AP for PS-We Are All Here
THIS IS YOUR 2nd OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY for PS-We Are All Here
In collaboration with The RUDE Collective . . .
JULY 14TH. JULY 14TH.
The Toronto Dance Community Love-In presents PS: We are All Here. A series of curated dance works from around the world and around the corner. In collaboration with CrystalWhispurr NIGHT SWIM, The LOVERS will be bringing you a double bill of official after parties over the course of two weekends.
We will be transforming our Parkdale favourite, Pia Bouman Scotiabank Studio Theatre into an all-embracing love-nest for performance, party and play.
. . . chaotic, immersive, messy, pleasurable, sweaty, lo-fi, inquisitive and supercillious work . . .
TOGETHER, WE ARE DEMYSTIFYING DANCE
OFFICIAL CLOSING AFTER PARTY :
JULY 14th! Scotiabank Studio Theatre!!
DANCE. ART. BEATS. RUDENESS.
Serve a Lewk...Bruk out and Whine...Death Drop oBubble on A Dj...
In The RUDE GARTEN. ;
DJs on DECK are:
CRYSTALWHISPURR 10:00pm - 11:00pm
CGI ASIAN 11:00pm - 12:30 am
KARIM OLEN ASH 12:30am - 2:30am
Kunt ///Afro-Beats///Jersey Club///Tech-House///Hip Hop///Jersey Club///Dance-House///House///GTech///
$10 Early Birds.
Industrial Garten Installation and Space Design:
The RUDE Collective Big Surprise
Festival Curated by The Lovers: Robyn Breen, Tina Fushell, Kate Nankervis, with afterparties hosted by Mary-Dora Bloch-Hansen
About the Collectives:
The Toronto Dance Community Love-In is a grassroots, artist-run collective, committed to advocacy and providing the dance community with relevant and progressive modalities of training for contemporary dance artists. Activities are focused around building and supporting community to create a culture of support and generosity among working artists.
Funded by the generous support of: Toronto Arts Council and Ontario Arts Council
The Rude Collective:
Rude is an acronym for Real Unapologetic Diverse Expression.
We are an affirmative, positive response to mainstream gay culture. Queer culture is seen as too explicit, sexual, too far left, weird and different.
Often, our mere existence in spaces is considered RUDE as we are not welcomed, acknowledged or included.
Rude reclaims space, highlights racialised queer artist and artwork and aims to constantly de-center oppressive structures while creating immersive experiences.
Through these processes and by prioritising marginalised queer people, we hope to create environments where there is room to explore our multiple identities, and share important narratives through artistic expression.
Rude makes space for marginalised queers through mixing and juxtaposing art shows, dance parties, performances and unorthodox artistic expression to create a an experience
The RUDE Collective thanks and acknowledges the land on which we live and work, which is the territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River.
Please note, this is a harassment-free event. Harassment refers to any conduct that is know , or ought to be known, to cause offense or humiliation, and may included persistent unwanted attention and deliberate infringment of personal space. We do not tolerate ANY discriminatory behaviour and anyone found engaging in such behaviour will be removed by security. Please contact the organizers, or security if you witness or are on the receiving end of acts of this nature. Our goal is to create a space that is welcoming and inclusive, and most importantly - safe! GOOD VIBES ONLY!
Fully accessible space. Lazers, fog/haze machines and loud speakers will be used throughout the event