CHA CHA: a night of readings and performances celebrating female sexuality and homeland

Sunday, September 20, 2009 - 00:00 to 03:00

Cha Cha is in its third installment, this year in partnership with the Allende Arts Festival. Come join us for a night of readings and peformances that celebrate female sexuality and ideas of homeland.

Theme: "mi cuerpo/ mi casa" or "my body is my home"

It is time to reclaim our home.

Our body and its myriad of functions and activities root us to ground and the present moment. Our notions of sexuality informs our identity as humans, it helps us touch the ground, but also allows us to fly, to reach transcendental sates, create meaningful connections with others. Understanding the importance of what we give when we share our body with others and ourselves is paramount to building a healthy society.

CHA CHA, is an opportunity for "spring cleaning" - a time to heal, a time to challenge existing norms and most importantly to celebrate our resilience and the power we have over our bodies.

When we flourish, we provide homes for others.

Featuring artists:

brescia birdthroat bloodbeard
Victoria Mata
janet romero leiva
Karleen Pendelton-Jimenez
Dianah Smith
Naila Keleta Mae

With emerging artists from the mentorship program:
Teresa Cheng
Gabriela Etcheverry

Curated and femceed by:
la loba - monica rosas

Event Coordinator:
Angela Britto

Cost: $10 (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Join us at the after party with D.J JOLA spinning R & B, Hip Hop & Soca beats!

Curated and femceed by:
La Loba - monica rosas

The Stone Lounge in the Revival bar
783 College Street (at Shaw) Lower level of the Revival Bar
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 17.6652" N, 79° 25' 12.378" W
Ontario CA
Angela Britto - Event Coordinator

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