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  • 6:00 PMIn-person! Vogue Drop-in Session
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Practice for the balls! Vogue drop-in. All are welcome. These [almost] weekly sessions are free unless the event is a ball in which case the admission price will be stated in the event info. 
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  • 7:00 PMIn-person! A History of Hands: queer and trans Philly, A Multimedia Mixtape on Philly queer/trans community & artistry, memory & insurgency, pre-Civil War to the present
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    UPenn's Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program and the Feminist, Queer and Transgender Research Center with The Rotunda bring you:

    A History of Hands: queer and trans Philly

    Conceived and Produced by Ricardo Bracho, Abrams Artist in Residence, GSWS/FQTThu April 4 at 7pmSat April 6 at 2pmSun April 7 at 5pm

    A Multimedia Mixtape on Philly’s Sodomite, Invert, Homosexual, Homophile, Gay Liberationist, Lesbian Feminist, Queer, Trans, Kween, Bi, In the life, Puto, Pata, Gender Bender, Illusionist, Non Binary, Throuple, Drag: History, Politics, Community, Organizations, Leadership, Dive Bars, Intellectuals, Icons & Artistry via the mediums of video, puppetry, poetry, sermon, remixes, theater, performance, tarot readings, time capsules and PowerPoint.

    Featuring Adrianna Brusie on Gloria Casarez, Mars Berger on Charlotte Cushman and Giovannin's Room Bookstore, Gigi Varlotta on Upenn's Women's Dances, Wyatt "Ericka" Perez on Brother Grant-Michael Fitzgerald, Sof Sears on DYKETACTICS, angel gutierrez on Philly's Gay Liberation Front and the Black Panther Party's Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, Malkia Okech on abolition and anarchism, the archive and the Black Queer Present; and Juliet Dempsey on "Something about witches and grandmothers before they were grandmothers but while they were witches."

    With the directorial, choreographic, puppet, animation, beat building, remixing, acting, mask, dance, voice and aerialist work of Ava Haitz, Emily Dunlop, Nicholas Plante, Roz Lee, Oludare Marcelle, Arien Wilkerson, Mike Zaleski, Ren Clarke, Brooke O'Harra and Jennifer Thompson.

    Admission is FREE; registration really helps us to know how many people are coming. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-history-of-hands-queer-and-trans-philly-tickets-866752428847

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  • 2:00 PMIn-person! A History of Hands: queer and trans Philly, A Multimedia Mixtape on Philly queer/trans community & artistry, memory & insurgency, pre-Civil War to the present
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    UPenn's Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program and the Feminist, Queer and Transgender Research Center with The Rotunda bring you:

    A History of Hands: queer and trans Philly

    Conceived and Produced by Ricardo Bracho, Abrams Artist in Residence, GSWS/FQTThu April 4 at 7pmSat April 6 at 2pmSun April 7 at 5pm

    A Multimedia Mixtape on Philly’s Sodomite, Invert, Homosexual, Homophile, Gay Liberationist, Lesbian Feminist, Queer, Trans, Kween, Bi, In the life, Puto, Pata, Gender Bender, Illusionist, Non Binary, Throuple, Drag: History, Politics, Community, Organizations, Leadership, Dive Bars, Intellectuals, Icons & Artistry via the mediums of video, puppetry, poetry, sermon, remixes, theater, performance, tarot readings, time capsules and PowerPoint.

    Featuring Adrianna Brusie on Gloria Casarez, Mars Berger on Charlotte Cushman and Giovannin's Room Bookstore, Gigi Varlotta on Upenn's Women's Dances, Wyatt "Ericka" Perez on Brother Grant-Michael Fitzgerald, Sof Sears on DYKETACTICS, angel gutierrez on Philly's Gay Liberation Front and the Black Panther Party's Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, Malkia Okech on abolition and anarchism, the archive and the Black Queer Present; and Juliet Dempsey on "Something about witches and grandmothers before they were grandmothers but while they were witches."

    With the directorial, choreographic, puppet, animation, beat building, remixing, acting, mask, dance, voice and aerialist work of Ava Haitz, Emily Dunlop, Nicholas Plante, Roz Lee, Oludare Marcelle, Arien Wilkerson, Mike Zaleski, Ren Clarke, Brooke O'Harra and Jennifer Thompson.

    Admission is FREE; registration really helps us to know how many people are coming. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-history-of-hands-queer-and-trans-philly-tickets-866752428847

  • 7:00 PMIn-person! SOLEFULL Vol. 11: House music and dance experience
  • 7:00 PM - 11:59 PM We will be rocking out at The Rotunda (4014 Walnut Street) from 7pm-12am. General Admission is $10 and $5 for College Students! Come and get it in with one of the hottest DJ’s in Philly spinning some HOUSE !!! ALL AGES WELCOMED!
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  • 5:00 PMIn-person! A History of Hands: queer and trans Philly, A Multimedia Mixtape on Philly queer/trans community & artistry, memory & insurgency, pre-Civil War to the present
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    UPenn's Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program and the Feminist, Queer and Transgender Research Center with The Rotunda bring you:

    A History of Hands: queer and trans Philly

    Conceived and Produced by Ricardo Bracho, Abrams Artist in Residence, GSWS/FQTThu April 4 at 7pmSat April 6 at 2pmSun April 7 at 5pm

    A Multimedia Mixtape on Philly’s Sodomite, Invert, Homosexual, Homophile, Gay Liberationist, Lesbian Feminist, Queer, Trans, Kween, Bi, In the life, Puto, Pata, Gender Bender, Illusionist, Non Binary, Throuple, Drag: History, Politics, Community, Organizations, Leadership, Dive Bars, Intellectuals, Icons & Artistry via the mediums of video, puppetry, poetry, sermon, remixes, theater, performance, tarot readings, time capsules and PowerPoint.

    Featuring Adrianna Brusie on Gloria Casarez, Mars Berger on Charlotte Cushman and Giovannin's Room Bookstore, Gigi Varlotta on Upenn's Women's Dances, Wyatt "Ericka" Perez on Brother Grant-Michael Fitzgerald, Sof Sears on DYKETACTICS, angel gutierrez on Philly's Gay Liberation Front and the Black Panther Party's Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, Malkia Okech on abolition and anarchism, the archive and the Black Queer Present; and Juliet Dempsey on "Something about witches and grandmothers before they were grandmothers but while they were witches."

    With the directorial, choreographic, puppet, animation, beat building, remixing, acting, mask, dance, voice and aerialist work of Ava Haitz, Emily Dunlop, Nicholas Plante, Roz Lee, Oludare Marcelle, Arien Wilkerson, Mike Zaleski, Ren Clarke, Brooke O'Harra and Jennifer Thompson.

    Admission is FREE; registration really helps us to know how many people are coming. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-history-of-hands-queer-and-trans-philly-tickets-866752428847

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  • 6:00 PMIn-person! Vogue Drop-in Session
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Practice for the balls! Vogue drop-in. All are welcome. These [almost] weekly sessions are free unless the event is a ball in which case the admission price will be stated in the event info. 
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  • 8:00 PMIn-person! DRACULA: PAGES FROM A VIRGIN'S DIARY (2002, directed by Guy Maddin, 75 minutes, Canada) JONATHAN (1970, directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer 97 minutes, West Germany)
  • 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM Bright Bulb Screening Series presents a FREE SCREENING - Rare Vampire Double Feature! 8PMDRACULA: PAGES FROM A VIRGIN'S DIARY (2002, directed by Guy Maddin, 75 minutes, Canada)JONATHAN (1970, directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer 97 minutes, West Germany)Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin has carved out a unique niche since his 1988 feature debut TALES OF GIMLI HOSPITAL, creating modern films whose stories are brought to life in visuals that recall archaic silent/early talkie-era cinema. 2003's THE SADDEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD with Isabella Rossellini and the autobiographical MY WINNIPEG from 2007 are among his best-known works although 2002's DRACULA: PAGES FROM A VIRGIN'S DIARY drew its share of accolades as well.For DRACULA, Maddin makes use of an elegant production of the vampire story mounted by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet with the striking Zhang Wei-Qiang as the pirouetting Count in what could be counted among the more faithful adaptations of Stoker's still widely-read novel. Maddin's telling underlines the themes of xenophobia and patriarchy that lie within the piece and while the director's usual goofy humor is a bit restrained his masterful, sometimes dizzying visual evocation of early cinema remains breathtaking to behold.“... the most startlingly original and creative reading of the novel ever put to film....If it’s not the greatest adaptation of the novel, DRACULA: PAGES FROM A VIRGIN’S DIARY remains the most fascinating.”Sean Axmaker, Parallax View- - - - - -Oscar-nominated director Hans W. Geißendörfer's dramatic re-purposing of Stoker's novel DRACULA is a well-reviewed yet near-forgotten entry from the 1970s New German Cinema movement that gave birth to Herzog, Fassbinder and others. Among JONATHAN's greatest assets is Wim Wenders legendary superstar cinematographer Robby Müller (PARIS, TEXAS, REPO MAN, DOWN BY LAW), who brings his audacious eye to this ghoulish tale.In JONATHAN, Dracula (played with a Hitler haircut by Paul Albert Krumm) has brought the rural landscape under his spell with his mob of followers flushing out the few human survivors for gruesome public spectacle. Jonathan Harker (hippie hunk Jürgen Jung) is sent to Dracula's castle to recruit prisoners to the revolution, with a rag-tag battalion preparing to lay siege to Dracula's lair. Like much of the New German Cinema of the time, the undigested issues of the post-Nazi age are evoked, as well as the paranoia inherent in the era's political Left.“A fascinating mixture of blood, Gothic violence and and Fellini-esque beauty.”N.Y. PostFollow Bright Bulb Screenings on Facebook, InstagramAdmission is FREE
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  • 7:30 PMIn-person! Farah Siraj LIVE in Concert
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM FARAH SIRAJDoors open at 7pmConcert begins at 7:30pmAdmission is FREEListen to Farah Siraj at https://farahsiraj.bandcamp.com/track/what-ifNamed Jordan's Musical Ambassadress, Jordanian virtuoso Farah Siraj balances a career that spans theUnited States, Europe and the Middle East. Farah has performed at some of the world's most prestigious platforms, including the United Nations, Nobel Prize Hall, the World Economic Forum, The John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Lincoln Center in New York, MTV, Coke Studio, the TV show Good Morning Live in the USA and MBC TV in the Middle East. In addition, Farah represents Jordan annually on United Nations World Peace Day.As a humanitarian, Farah focuses on raising awareness about the consequences of war and violence, and advocates for women's rights, refugee rights and animal rights. In recognition of her humanitarian efforts, Farah was invited to perform at the United Nations Humanitarian Awards, and her music was played before the United Nations Security Council before passing a legislation regarding the genocide in Darfur. Farah approaches music as a medium forpeace and a way to amplify the voices of people around the world who need to be heard.To this date, Farah has toured the Middle East, Europe, India, South America and the United States, spreading the message of peace through her music. In 2011 Farah internationally released her album entitled NOMAD, performing her original compositions, fusing influences of arabic music, flamenco, jazz, bossa and pop, with lyrics in Arabic, Spanish and English. The recordings took place in the Middle East, Spain and the USA, including more than 30 internationally acclaimed musicians from five different continents. After the success of NOMAD, Farah presented the world premiere of her new work, entitled The Arabian Jazz Project, featuring original compositions and traditional middle eastern tunes set to a jazz context. As a result of the success of The Arabian Jazz Project, Farah was chosen as one of New York's “Summer Stars of Jazz” and named “the Norah Jones of the Middle East” by New York Time Out.In June 2014, Farah released her album, Dunya, meaning “world” in Arabic and Hindi. Farah currently leads an ethnically diverse quintet of world-class musicians from the Middle East, Europe, the United States and South America, including music from all four regions. Farah and her band have toured the Middle East, India, Europe and the United States and South America with sold-out concerts in all four regions. During her tour of India, Farah shared the stage with India's most renowned composer, A.R. Rahman, performing Zariya live on MTV. The song hit #1 in the music charts in India and the Middle East. VIDEOS OF FARAH SIRAJ: https://farahsiraj.com/watch.htmlRegistration is FREE and strongly recommended. Please register at events.humanitix.com/farah-siraj-live-in-concertphoto credit: Yasmina Barbero
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  • 1:00 PMIn-person! Vinyl Tap 215 presents Vinyl and Visuals
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Vinyl Tap 215 presents Vinyl and Visuals1pm-5pmThere are 2 sides to almost every record, while many albums have four. Similarly, most of the members of the Vinyl Tap 215 community are multi faceted individuals.The ecosystem is proud to include photographers, aerosol wizards, collagists, graphic designers, craftspeople, illustrators, and art makers of various forms. So we will be “digging in our own crates” to pull out the jewels and gems that exist within our kaleidoscopic family.There will be vendors selling visual art, used vinyl, and other items that appeal to the unique intersection of wax fiends, dream merchants, and visually expressive artists. Atiya Ola will be in the building with her deliciously nutritious food. She has been nourishing the spirits and filling the bellies of West Philadelphians for a generation.Join us for an afternoon to remember. We will be accepting monetary and in kind donations for Baring House Crisis Nursery. A Crisis Nursery is a community centered program providing safe, temporary childcare for children under the age of 6. Crisis Nurseries support parents and caregivers as they manage emergencies, employment, educational programs and medical treatment.Host: Dr. Dave the MC @dr_davemcLive aerosol magic by @seper215!DJ lineup:100-145 John Morrison @john_liberator145-230 Brizzo @brizzo16230-320 Jay @acidhouseparty320-410 Mr. Smith @wild4musicentertainment410-500 Kotta Ranks @kottaranksDigital projections by Rashid Zakat, DJ lil' dave, DuiJi 13, and Oluwafemi executed by @cinespeak!Admission is FREE
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  • 6:00 PMCANCELLED In-person! A fundraiser for Ollin Yolitzli Calmecac (OYC)
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CANCELLEDA fundraiser for Ollin Yolitzli Calmecac (OYC)presenting the documentary Reclaiming CoaquannockMusical performances by: Edgar AlcantaraErnest StrawfieldM E+ conversations with members of the Lenapehoking communityFree but donations appreciatedCANCELLED
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  • 12:30 PMIn-person! Penn Africana Studies master class in dance with Camille A. Brown
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

    Join us for an unforgettable experience as we welcome the trailblazing Camille A. Brown to the UPenn campus! This event will be a master class in dance.

    Renowned for her groundbreaking work, Camille A. Brown made history in 2022 as the first Black woman since Katherine Dunham to direct and choreograph a Broadway show, "for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf." Now, she brings her exceptional talents to UPenn for two extraordinary days as the Artist in Residence of the Center for Africana Studies.

    Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to learn from the award-winning dancer, director, and choreographer whose career transcends film, television, and stage.

    Explore the artistry of Camille A. Brown & Dancers, dedicated to implementing and advancing her visionary work. Through captivating performances, engaging dance activities, and insightful explorations of cultural and social justice themes, Brown and her ensemble create a dynamic platform for sharing and understanding the African American experience.

    Be part of this enriching experience as we foster interaction and dialogue among diverse communities locally, nationally, and globally.

    Mark your calendars! You won't want to miss this unique event.

     

  • 6:00 PMIn-person! Vogue Drop-in Session
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Practice for the balls! Vogue drop-in. All are welcome. These [almost] weekly sessions are free unless the event is a ball in which case the admission price will be stated in the event info. 
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  • 8:00 PMIn-person! Bowerbird presents David Grubbs and Eli Winter playing electric guitar duets
  • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    Bowerbird is pleased to present David Grubbs and Eli Winter playing electric guitar duets David Grubbs is Professor of Music at Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center, CUNY. At Brooklyn College he also teaches in the MFA programs in Performance and Interactive Media Arts (PIMA) and Creative Writing. He is the author of Good night the pleasure was ours, The Voice in the Headphones, Now that the audience is assembled, and Records Ruin the Landscape: John Cage, the Sixties, and Sound Recording (all published by Duke University Press) as well as the collaborative artists’ books Simultaneous Soloists (with Anthony McCall, Pioneer Works Press) and Projectile (with Reto Geiser and John Sparagana, Drag City). Grubbs has released fourteen solo albums and appeared on more than 200 releases. In 2000, his The Spectrum Between (Drag City) was named “Album of the Year” in the London Sunday Times. He is known for his ongoing cross-disciplinary collaborations with poet Susan Howe and visual artists Anthony McCall and Angela Bulloch, and his work has been presented at, among other venues, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, MoMA, the Tate Modern, and the Centre Pompidou. Grubbs was a member of the groups Gastr del Sol, Bastro, and Squirrel Bait, and has performed with Tony Conrad, Pauline Oliveros, Luc Ferrari, Will Oldham, Loren Connors, the Red Krayola, Royal Trux, and many others. He is a grant recipient from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, a contributing editor in music for BOMB Magazine, a member of the advisory board of the journal Sound American, a member of the board of directors of Blank Forms, and director of the Blue Chopsticks record label.

    Playing older than his 26 years, Eli Winter has long demonstrated mastery over solo guitar composition and performance, which has received praise from Pitchfork, The Guardian, Stereogum, NPR and others. Winter’s latest album, Eli Winter (Three Lobed, 2022), lives up to the promise that is inherent within the mere construct of an eponymous album – a statement, a reinvention. Assisted by a murderer’s row of peers and contemporaries including Cameron Knowler, Yasmin Williams, David Grubbs, Ryley Walker, Tyler Damon, jaimie branch, and others, Eli Winter showcases a compositional depth and authoritative skill only hinted at on Winter’s rightfully acclaimed previous work. Is it folk? Rock? Jazz? Something simply “other”? The answer to all of these questions is “yes.” The result is the sound of an artist escaping any lingering shadows of his primary influences and coming into his own.

    Eli Winter LP (Three Lobed, 2022): threelobed.bandcamp.com/album/eli-winter

    A Day Behind the Deadline live EP (Three Lobed, 2023): threelobed.bandcamp.com/album/a-day-behind-the-deadline

    Admission is FREE

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  • 8:00 PMIn-person! Event Horizon presents Michael Victor, wormlogo, and The Cherenkof Radiators
  • 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM

    Event Horizon presentsMichael Victor has been experimenting with synthesizers since the early 1980’s mostly at home. He is a member of Fringe Element , The Bob and Brian Orchestra, Think Tank, and a solo performer. He has played the Electro-Music festival , Richochet Gathering  Yellowstone , PMAF ,The Philadelphia Fringe Festival and other gatherings. His music ranges from Dark Ambient, Noise, Techno, Found sound soundscapes, and experimental electronics improvising on the spot with very little preparation.

    wormlogo (a subset of Errant Space) is a project of sound artist and composer Craig Chin. Focused on synthesis and electronics it explores strange soundscapes via minimalism and drone. Based in Beacon, NY, Craig performs regularly in the North East as part of the experimental and improvised music scene. He has produced the monthly Errant Space Podcast for over eight years, which often features interesting experimental and electronic musicians. He also produces a weekly radio show, The Space Program, for the Vassar College station, WVKR. Recent projects include the soundtrack for the documentary film Baato, and game soundtracks for Battle of The Ancients and Dark Venture. LINKS: http://www.errant.space, https://wormlogo.bandcamp.com

    The Cherenkof Radiators is a trio consisting of musicians Juan Garces, Dan Gray and Mike Hunter. Juan Garces is an experimental and improvisational musician and electronics and synthesizer enthusiast. He uses vintage and contemporary synthesizers, sequencers, live looping, and a laptop computer to take his listeners on a unique, imaginative journey. He has been playing experimental music since the late 1970s. He was also a member of The Melting Transistor, The Equinox Project and Black Thujone among others.

    Dan Gray, aka WeirdSmith is a retired Navy Aviation Electronics Technician who repaired audio technology, amongst many other systems, involved in the hunting of submarines, now seeks to provide journeys of aural crevasses he calls “Sonic Spelunking”. He looks for interesting sonic spaces and shares the exploration of them. Having never played the same thing twice, each journey is a new and hopefully enjoyed shared experience.

    Mike Hunter, the fimal member of the trio, aka Ombient, focuses on ambient/drone/experimental music that is improvisational in nature, representative of the feeling of the moment in which it is performed and of the subtle feedback between the audience and the performer. He uses various vintage and contemporary analog synthesizers, modular synthesizers, and occasionally computers running Ableton Live with various synth plug-in’s. Most of the older music of Ombient features 6 string guitar and/or 12 string Warr Touch Guitar which is processed and layered using digital looping equipment. Mike is also the host of the radio show Music With Space on WPRB 103.3 FM out of Princeton, NJ and the current President of the Board of Directors at The Electronic Music Education and Preservation Project based in Montgomery County, PA.

    Admission is FREE

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  • 12:00 PMIn-person! Tiny Little Things FREE workshop day!
  • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM Courtesy of @dollhousediorama @ccriot @ginamrenzi and @the_rotunda_philly, you’re invited to our second annual FREE Tiny Little Things workshop day! Drop in at the Rotunda noon til 4 pm on April 21 for a zine launch, free raffle, and workshops galore! DIY superhero! Needle felt Guinea pigs! Tiny textiles! Loose parts depot!ALL AGES (supervised kids only because of hot glue and craft knives)More info coming soon. Mark your calendar and follow @dollhousediorama on Insta for more!
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  • 7:00 PMRescheduled from April 8. Online! The Bigger Picture presents: Disability Justice for Artists
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    Rescheduled from April 8. Join us for a groundbreaking online event focused on Disability Justice for Artists. This event is a unique opportunity for artists with disabilities to come together, share experiences, and explore the intersection of art and disability. Whether you are a painter, writer, dancer, or any other type of artist, this event is for you!

    This virtual workshop will be led by Danie Ocean, a blind, queer, non-binary singer/ songwriter and arts advocate who is changing the face of what the call of musicianship means in America. Whether teamed up with her band the Danie Ocean Band of working on an independent album this singer-songwriter is called for great heights. We believe that disability should never be a barrier to artistic expression, and this event aims to celebrate and empower artists with disabilities.

    Don't miss out on this incredible online gathering! Join us and be part of the movement to promote Disability Justice for Artists. Let's create a more inclusive and accessible art world together!

    MEET YOUR FACILITATOR:

    Danie Ocean blind, queer, non-binary singer/ songwriter and arts advocate is changing the face of what the call of musicianship means in America. Whether teamed up with her band the Danie Ocean Band of working on an independent album this singer-songwriter is called for great heights.

    Graduate of University of Pennsylvania Danie Ocean born Danielle Jackson went to school for Psychology and spent a year in Americorps' City Year. inspired to do transformational work in Philadelphia schools, Ocean blended music therapy in her clinical work with children and families.

    In 2016 Ocean looked to take her own musical career to the next level and in 2018 she was picked up by her current label Winding Way records.

    Danie Ocean's latest album "Love Won't Let Me Fail" was produced by Grammy Award Winning Producer Vidal Davis. Danie Ocean continues to promote her album.

    Registration is FREE and is required in order to receive the Zoom link. More info: https://www.instagram.com/thebiggerpix

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  • 6:00 PMIn-person! Vogue Drop-in Session
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Practice for the balls! Vogue drop-in. All are welcome. These [almost] weekly sessions are free unless the event is a ball in which case the admission price will be stated in the event info. 
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  • 9:00 PMIn-person! The Gathering
  • 9:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Gathering! breakin, DJs, ciphers, and more info to come. 9pm-1am. Admission is $3 before 10pm, $5 after. More info to come soon!
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  • 7:30 PMIn-person! The Protagonists Concert: Who We Are
  • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM The Protagonists Concert: Who We AreYou do not want to miss our most eclectic show yet — a kaleidoscope of songs spanning rock, RnB, jazz, funk, mandarin pop, j-pop, k-pop, anime & game, progressive metal… The versatility defines who we are. We are the Protagonists.Doors: 7:00PMShow: 7:30PMTickets are $8 before April 17 and $10 after. Buy tickets at https://the-protagonists.ticketleap.com/who-we-are/
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  • 6:00 PMIn-person! Vogue Drop-in Session
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Practice for the balls! Vogue drop-in. All are welcome. These [almost] weekly sessions are free unless the event is a ball in which case the admission price will be stated in the event info. 
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