Emi Koyama on Negative Survivorship at FallOut festival

As part of “FallOut: Stories, music, art, dance, and speeches by artists and activists who fall outside the boxes of race, ability and/or gender” https://www.facebook.com/events/1483068365283508/ Emi Koyama will speak about negative survivorship.

What is negative survivorship? Here’s a long version http://eminism.org/blog/entry/404 …or come and find out!

The talk starts at 7pm, and is followed by a screening of Billie Rain’s fantastic film, Heart Breaks Open http://dualpowerproductions.com/heart-breaks-open/

For more information about FallOut, please see https://www.facebook.com/events/1483068365283508/

Event is held at Zoomtopia studio 2, and is scent-free.



Because some of the artists and audience members have multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS) and get extremely ill from perfumes and chemicals, all audience members are required to be chemical and scent free for all events. Those wearing chemicals and perfumes will be turned away. FallOut organizers advise that scents and chemicals will include perfume, deodorant, hairspray, and scented makeup, and that audience members should be prepared in advance to use only scent free shampoo, soap, and laundry detergent a full 24 hours before attending, as well as to come in clothing that has not been smoked in, including during show intermissions. FallOut organizers will provide information on how to be scent free at impetusarts.org a week before the performance including inexpensive or free home remedies/alternatives, and product suggestions. Those who wish to attend that are low income or need assistance purchasing products are encouraged to contact Curtis Walker at 971.275.0794.

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