The FRINGE

 

The FRINGE is an evolving public art piece, a pop-up bookstore, and a series of programs focused on inclusion and creative expression.

The public art intervention is an installation by local LGBT artist and activist Karay Martin. The organizer and proprietor of the pop-up book shop is Andrew McKinley. Performances , workshops, readings, and discussions are curated on a weekly basis by Sidney Cherie Hilley.

Please join us to peruse books, interact with the art, or to enjoy a performance.

Open every Saturday April 6th - June 1st

April 6th
5-9pm opening
performance by Noel Magathe @ 6pm

April 13th
12-5pm
Second Saturday Camp Crawl

April 20th
12-5pm
Andrew Boylan chapbook release and interactive poem car

April 27th
12-5pm
Marcus Donaldson, Emma Heldman and others poetry reading

May 4th
12-5pm
Aaron Broughton performance
Alex York sound installation

May 11th
12-5pm
Sydney Raines, Lillian Currens and others poetry reading

May 18th
open 12-5pm
'It Can Only Be As Beautiful As We Make It' performance program 7-10pm as part of Archive as Action at the CAC

The FRINGE is supported by the generosity of more than 1,500 ArtsWave Pride contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign