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East London Fawcett Group || Update October

Storm in a Teacup are excited to announce our involvement in the East London Fawcett Society and their upcoming fundraisers. SIATC has been involved in organising one of the first in a series of Seminars tackling feminist issues in East London. ELF Seminar | ART will be taking place on Wednesday October 19th at the Gallery Cafe in Bethnal Green- get the date in your diary and keep your eyes and ears peeled for when we announce the lineup of speakers very, very soon! Also worth noting is the ELF fundraiser at Stav Bees liqour bar on Saturday 15th October.

October 12th tune into RESONANCE FM 104.4FM between 18.30pm – 19.30pm to the Enemies of Good Art show with Verity Flecknell from Storm in a Teacup, Gemma Rolls-Bentley, Hannah and Rachel from the East London Fawcett group discussing feminism and Art to gear up for the ELF Talks: Art on the 19th of October.
Also don’t miss the first ever ELF fundraiser at Stav Bees liqour bar on Saturday 15th October.

ELF fundraiser
Saturday 15 October, From 7pm
stav B’s Liquor Bar, (off) Broadway Market
FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=216174631774069

ELF Talks:ART
Wednesday 19 October, From 7pm
The Gallery Café, Bethnal Green
Gemma Rolls Bentley chairing a panel discussing the most pressing challenges facing women in the arts in East London http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=264501626915122

Fawcett Society AGM
Saturday 22 October, From 10 am (until lunch)
The Resource Centre, N7 6PA

“Dont Turn back Time on Women’s Equality” Fawcett Society Demo
Saturday 19 November, From 12 pm. Dress up: 1950s Theme!
Outside Temple Tube The East London Fawcett Group will be organising a contingent so please contact eastlondonfawcett@gmail.com for more info!
MORE INFO: http://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/index.asp?PageID=1247

East London Fawcett group is relatively new and launched in June 2011 so there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Email: eastlondonfawcett@gmail.com to join the mailing list and to find out more.
Or visit the wordpress: http://eastlondonfawcett.wordpress.com or
visit facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/eastlondonfawcett/


East London Fawcett Group || Update September

ELF: East London Fawcett Group *Update*Storm in a Teacup are excited to announce our involvement in the East London Fawcett Society and their upcoming fundraisers. SIATC has been involved in organising one of the first in a series of Seminars tackling feminist issues in East London. ELF Seminar | ART will be taking place on Wednesday October 19th at the Gallery Cafe in Bethnal Green- get the date in your diary and keep your eyes and ears peeled for when we announce the lineup of speakers very, very soon! Also worth noting is the ELF fundraiser at Stav Bees liqueur bar on Saturday 15th October.

ELF fundraiser
Saturday 15 October, From 7pm
stav B’s Liquor Bar, (off) Broadway Market
FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=216174631774069

ELF Talks:ART
Wednesday 19 October, From 7pm
The Gallery Café, Bethnal Green
Gemma Rolls Bentley chairing a panel discussing the most pressing challenges facing women in the arts in East London

Fawcett Society AGM
Saturday 22 October, From 10 am (until lunch)
The Resource Centre, N7 6PA

East London Fawcett group is relatively new and launched in June 2011 so there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Email: eastlondonfawcett@gmail.com to join the mailing list and to find out more.
Or visit the wordpress: http://eastlondonfawcett.wordpress.com or
visit facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/eastlondonfawcett/

VV Collective | Duo Exhibition | ‘Girls on Top’ Private View

VV Collective | Duo Exhibition | ‘Girls on Top’ Private ViewOn the 4th August 2011 Bex Massey and Ellie Green invite you to the Dead Dolls club, an exciting new venue on Well’s street for the opening of their duo show- Girls on Top. Both artists will be creating a new body of work for the exhibition.

Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them”. – Act II, Scene V, Twelfth Night, Shakespeare

Bex Massey
Massey continues to question ‘the way in which women are represented in the Media’. In this series however she adopts a much less sympathetic stance and instead explores ‘Greed’ and it’s pivotal role in tarnishing their celebrity.
Her satirical take on a certain celebrity very close to her regional roots has spawned a graphic novel and the narrative for large scale drawings and paintings. All of which further illustrate the destructive impact that this tabloid icon has had on other female celebrities, her local area and woman kind in general.
www.bexmassey.com

Eleanor Green
A series aimed at questioning artists own recognition of their talents; what an artist looks like and the way in which they perceive themselves, Green approaches celebrity, fame and success from the position of the ‘every (wo)man’.
Green creates her own celebrity circle-in which she likens her creative friends to those of male notoriety. She utilises iconic stills to demonstrate the parallels between their practice and persona. In so doing Green elevates her peers to the fame she thinks they deserve, but as women they are less likely to receive.
www.eleanorgreen.com

Exhibition continues until Wednesday 17th August.
Gallery open 10- 4pm Friday –Monday
The Dead Dolls Club, 145 Wells Street, Hackney, E9 7LJ

More Info
Facebook Event

VV Collective
http://wearevv.wordpress.com/

The Dead Dolls Club
http://www.thedeaddollsclub.com/

Open Submissions : Your Stories about Smoking @ Latitude Festival

Open Submissions : Your Stories about Smoking @ Latitude Festival

YARN is off to Latitude! You can join us there to see a very special presentation of Stuart Evers’ debut short story collection “Ten Stories About Smoking” where Verity Flecknell from Storm in a Teacup c0llective will be performing her re-worked Johnny Cash songs.  More info on our recent blog post here.

BUT! You can join in now!

Smoking. It’s something we’ve all got an opinion on.

We’d love YOU to submit your own stories and illustrations about smoking for a limited edition book that will be designed by Jo Spencer from Soupa Creative Network Live on stage at Latitude.

Upload anything you want – stories, pics, illustrations, – to be included.

More about the event:
Yarn are doing a 1 hour set on the friday evening in the literary arena at 10.30pm based around Stuart Evers book 10 stories about smoking.

We are presenting 4 performers – music and spoken word. Including Verity Flecknell from Storm in a Teacup collective.

Jo will be making a visual book throughout the hour live on stage to record the ‘experience’ of the set, stories and the audience will be invited to contribute their opinions, drawings, experiences to the book. The screen behind the performers will show Jo’s laptop screen and the putting together/designing bit of the book.

WE NEED YOU!

If you have any images/illustrations/written work related to smoking in some way.. they don’t have to be specifically of smoking… you can read the 10 stories and produce a piece which is a representation of one of the stories or part of the story… that would be amazing.

If you do supply us with something your work will feature on the big screen in front of 700+ people at the festival and also in the book which will be published after the event. You will be fully credited of course.

To submit work please post to the wall on the facebook event (link above and below) with an image/text etc with your name  http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=234811889870378

Oh and if you happen to be coming to the festival come and say hello.

Deadline – the end of the event which will be 11.30pm on Friday 15th July 2011.

Our Latitude page: http://www.latitudefestival.co.uk/2011/lineup/artist/yarn_presents_ten_stories_about_smoking

www.yarnfest.com
http://www.soupa.co.uk

SIATC @ Womens Library | ZINE FEST 2011

ZINE FEST 2011 @ The Womens Library

**Storm in a Teacup will be at the annual Womens Library Zine fest on Saturday the 25th of June. As well as the Storm in a Teacup zine (Issue 2) we are very excited to announce that we will be stocking the Women of the World festival collaborative zine, created from participants of the Women of the World zine workshop lead by Soupa Creative Network at the Southbank in March this year. With the help of inspiring zinesters like Magpie Magazine and Shebang Zine and all of the participants we have put together an inspiring zine and this will be your chance to get your hands on very limited copies. We will also be stocking a variety of feminist zines so If you have a zine that you would like us to stock at the Womens Library Zine fest please email: storminateacup2009@googlemail.com ***

(Blurb by Red Chidgey, organiser of Zine Fest! 2011)…

Zines are hand-made magazines made for love not money. Requiring few resources to self-publish – just a pen, a piece of paper, access to a photocopier – zines are made on the fringes of journalism, art systems, activist scenes, and bedroom cultures. Basically, they rock.

We’re super happy to confirm the 4th Zine Fest! to be happening at The Women’s Library, London.
The Women’s Library has a growing zine collection, covering the 1970s to now, which was first donated by the Ladyfest London 2001 collective.

The Zine Fest! event in June aims to showcase feminist, queer and women’s media projects, hold workshops and discussion spaces, bring together loads of zine makers and stalls, and make connections between different generations of feminist publishing.

The event is free and open to everyone. We hope to see you there!

ZINE FEST 2011

Saturday 25th June 2011, 12pm-4pm, Free

The Women’s Library, 25 Old Castle Street, London

Workshops & Discussions

12-1.30pm. Comic-Making (Seminar room, ground floor): Hear some tips and tricks about how to make comic strips from Jay Bernard (http://brrnrrd.wordpress.com/) and Rachael House (http://www.spacestationsixtyfive.com/) before we all get down and busy and make a page for a collective comic zine. (Dont worry if you cant draw. It don’t matter! There will also be plenty of magazines and stuff to use if you wanna try a collage/drawing mash up page).

1-2pm. Survivor Zines (Friends Room, ground floor): A discussion session on zines as a tool of self-expression, community support and active resistance for survivors of sexual violence. A look at how we can form more supportive communities and responses for survivors. Sarah Tea-Rex (http://sarahtearex.wordpress.com/) has written and compiled zines on surviving childhood sexual abuse, mental health, queer and trans youth resistance, reproductive autonomy, and unemployment. This discussion is open to people of all genders, to survivors and to their allies. A trained support person will also be present during the workshop.

1-2.30pm. Stenciling (Activities Room, ground floor): Marti and Alice will show you how to make stencils to use in zines and street art.

2.30-4pm. Feminist Media & Memory Panel (seminar room, ground floor): A look at feminist self-publishing over the past few decades and a chance to learn more about grassroots feminist media history. Speakers include Humaira Saeed from Race Revolt (a contemporary zine on race politics by feminists and queers), Ilona and Rebecca Oliver from Shocking Pink (magazine made by young women in the 80s and 90s), and Sue O’Sullivan from Sheba Press (feminist publishing collective in the 80s who prioritized writing by women of colour and lesbians). Presentations followed by a Q&A session. Chaired by Sita Balani.
Race Revolt: http://www.racerevolt.org.uk/
Shocking Pink: http://www.grassrootsfeminism.net/cms/node/165
Sheba: http://www.grassrootsfeminism.net/cms/node/593

Tours

Zine Tours (1.30-2pm and 2-2.30pm. Meet in the Foyer): Catherine and Indy from TWL will do some tours of the library and show you more of the gems and history of the Zine Collection there.

Art Exhibitions (Cafe space, first floor)

Shape & Situate Exhibition: To celebrate the launch of the second issue of Shape & Situate, Melanie Maddison will be exhibiting a collection of DIY feminist history posters of inspirational women from this awesome zine.
(http://remember-who-u-are.blogspot.com/2011/06/shape-situate-posters-of-inspirational.html)

More Crackers Please: A beautiful collage and visual archive of feminist/queer/DIY cultural activism in the UK over the past ten years. Made by Bill Savage as part of a backdrop for a Le Tigre karaoke booth, a super cute video of which you can check out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0yumFIbq7U&feature=player_embedded

Feminist Disco Project:With a nod to Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party, Rachael House is inviting people to come and draw a feminist on a paper plate. Past plates will also be on display.

Cross-Stitch Drop-In: Whether you’re a complete beginner or an old hand, kid or adult, come join Lisa Sleeps in some cross-stitching action. Have a bash at stitching animal masks from the Sleeps in Oysters pattern book, or have a go at designing your own. (http://www.sleepsinoysters.co.uk/)

Interactive Monster Cafe: Squid + International Nobody are serving up deli-style mask-making in the Exhibition hall. Choose a theme or make up your own and select from an assortment of ingredients (cut-outs, markers, glue, wool, glitter.. ) + see what happens! Also, monster-drawing, third-eyes, irresistible cookies and check out their feminist & monster zines. (http://interactivemonsterunit.blogspot.com/)

Stalls
(Mezzanine Space, first floor)

~ Marching Stars (http://www.marchingstars.co.uk/)
~ Princesa Pirata (http://princesapiratadistro.wordpress.com/)
~ Other Asias (http://otherasias.webnode.com/)
~ Walrus Zines (http://www.walruszines.blogspot.com/)
~ Fat Quarter (http://www.fat-quarter.co.uk/)
~ Richochet! Richochet!
~ Cherry Bomb Comics (http://www.cherrybombcomics.co.nz/)
~ Pamflet (http://pamflet.co.uk/)
~ Storm in a Tea Cup (https://joinourteaparty.wordpress.com/)
~ will xyz (http://wemakezines.ning.com/profile/Will)
~ Vampire Sushi (http://vampiresushi.co.uk/)
~ Volume Magazine (http://www.volume-magazine.com/)
~ Scale Trees (http://scaletreesdistro.subrella.net/)
~ Jen Claptrap & hoojemaflap (http://northern-indymedia.org/zines/441 & http://hoojemaflap.blogspot.com/)
~ Sarah Tea-Rex (http://sarahtearex.wordpress.com/)
~ Emma Jane Falconer (http://emmajanefalconer.moonfruit.com/)
~ Shebang Magazine (http://www.shebang-mag.co.uk/)
~ Editions of You (http://editionsofyou.com/about)
~ Alpha Betty (http://alphabettysoup.wordpress.com/)
~ Chloe Cook (http://starttoday.tumblr.com/)
~ Nest Gallery (http://nestgallery.blogspot.com/)
~ Girls Get Busy (http://girlsgetbusyzine.tumblr.com/)
~ Girls Who Draw (http://newmagicbook.blogspot.com/)

(+ more TBC)

Contact: Red Chidgey, chidgeyr@lsbu.ac.uk (http://feministmemory.wordpress.com/)

Documentation of past ZineFests!: http://www.myspace.com/zinefest/blog#!/zinefest/photos

Getting to the Women’s Library: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary/about/location.cfm

Accessibility info: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary/about/access.cfm

Launch of the East London Fawcett Society

Celebrating the Future of Women in East London

Launching the East London Fawcett Group

*Featuring Verity Flecknell from Storm in a Teacup collective representing the feminist arts*

Date: Thursday 9 June 2011

Time: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Location: Rich Mix, 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA

An evening of discussion and exploration with women leaders in the spheres of politics, activism and the arts.

•         Launch of the East London Fawcett Group

•         To stimulate discussion around the future of women in East London –  What we have to celebrate,  Where we go from here

•         Be inspired by the panel, speakers and each other

•         To introduce the upcoming programme of events

FAWCETT SOCIETY WEBSITE : http://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/index.asp?PageID=12

SIATC performances @ RUMPUS Vol.5 ||1st Birthday Party!

Kittens & Creatures!

You are hereby invited to Rumpus’ Very First Birthday Party!

*Featuring Verity Flecknell from Storm in a Teacup playing a blues set in the Ho-Down barn and leading the RUMPUS Kazoo orchestra in the Courtyard*

What a year we’ve had: a wonderful birth, a few teething problems here and there, but always a constant stream of exceptional parties, exceptional bands, exceptional DJs and exceptional performances. And now, our little creature is growing up fast. Already he’s scampering around, baring his fangs and shaking his tail, growling ferociously that it’s time for another party.

We’re going all out on this one. We’ve called in Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos, which is about as high octane as any live band can get without setting themselves on fire. We’ve got the Cut A Shine guys for a proper Old Skool Ceilidh with dosie dos and stripping the willow and all that kinda jazz. We’ve got a Hoe Down, with a whole night of bluegrass that’ll keep you stomping. The London Digital Circus, them guys what did that thing with the Rabbits, are back – but no Rabbits this time (coz it was a bit scary and I couldn’t sleep afterwards).

On top of all that we’ve got the Supatronix guys coming down to give you a whole night’s worth of sublime breaks and beats. These guys have been winning awards for years for their breakbeat night, and they’re coming out to play with us this time.

And of course, we’ve got 6 rooms filled to the brim. DJs playing the best in Ska, BalaknBeats, Electroswing, DnB, Dubstep. Live acts and secret performances waiting for you to find them. Art exhibitions and the Rumpus Cinema.

And, most importantly of all, CAKE!!!

Put yer glad rags on and come join us for the Birthday Party to end all Birthday Parties. Expect Clowns, Fairy Princesses, Cowboys, Pirates, Monsters, Wild Creatures and Cuddly Creatures.

Tickets: http://rumpusbirthday.eventbrite.com/
Full info: www.rumpusparty.co.uk

Come in costume, bring a Birthday Card for Rumpus or bring some cake to share for a discount on the door!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RUMPUS!

Room 1 – Birthday Shenanigans
The undisputed King of Cabaret, Des O’Connor, is going to sit you down for the greatest Birthday party there ever was!

Alejandro Toledo & The Magic Tombolinos – As high-octane as a band can be without setting themselves on fire
Special Guests –Rowdy FolkPunk from rowdy punk folk.
Dutty Moonshine – 1930’s swing remixed for today’s dance generation
DJ Shefitza – The original Balkan girl (Kokolo London)
ZEJ – A Drum n Bass set so live it’ll turn round and bite you
Dr Malaka – recently voted “the Dean Martin of the Balkan scene”

Room 2 – Supatronix
The Gods of Breakbeat have come out to play with the Rumpus creatures!

Jurassik (Supatronix Records)
Codec (Supatronix Records)
Country Cockney (Supafunk)
Blank Canvaz
Boon
Amp

Room 3 – Shake Yo Rump Ass!!!
Because you deserve another stage!

Planetman (little blue ball) – a good-time DJb who’lll have thel crowd up on its feet, shoes kicked off and toes dancing!
Barking Bateria – Thunderously live samba
Spanner Jazz Punks – An unhinged troupe of ne’er-do-wells armed to the teeth with horns, accordion, recorders, zither, violin, and bleating goats.
The Cut A Shine Ceilidh – Spreading Barn Dance mayhem with a right stonking knees up

Room 4 – The Hoe Down Barn
Showcasing art from some today’s most exciting artists, along to a live Old Time soundtrack

Kidnap Alice – Reinventing Bluegrass into Soulgrass, and keeping you on your feet all night long
Clapton Metrople – Providing you with the most private cocktail experience there ever was

Room 5 – The Courtyard
The London Digital Circus – They used to be Rubbish, then they were Rabbits, but they’ve always been AWESOME
The Rumpus Kazoo Orchestra – BRING YOUR KAZOO!!!
DJ The Alchemist – A marathon session of nothing but the finest sounds
The Pixelrat – Crawling out of his mousehole to bring you a cornucopia of vintage games
Tripsies – Don’t let them touch you – you’ll catch spots!
Max Grant – Walkabout Sax for the soul

Happy Hook Freaks – Mad Alan, Iestyn and Delphin are coming out to play, and someone’s given them hooks…

Room 6 – The Rumpus Cinema
The Cult of the Cubicle invite you to pray to the big screen, with ritual sacrifices of the finest cinematic offerings. No Kool Aid necessary.

FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=198272903549878

 

Eff Off Heff | Protest against Playboy Club Opening in London

A new Playboy club is opening in Mayfair, London on June 4th 2011.

Playboy is a multi-million pound, multi-national porn empire which makes its money out of exploiting and degrading women.

It markets its brand to children through playboy pencil cases and bed covers, and it grooms young girls into porn culture.

In its clubs women are objectified and sexualised as fluffy animals who are marketed as sexual playthings for wealthy men.

The notorious Hugh Hefner will be at the launch of the new London club.

This is our chance to make our voices heard and to tell him what we think.

Join OBJECT (www.object.org.uk) and UK Feminista (www.ukfeminista.org.uk) to protest against the launch of the new London Playboy club.

Join as we shout:

‘Eff Off Hef – stop degrading women!’

FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=110848702337390

Kat Banyard, Director of UK Feminista, said:

“When it comes to today’s pornography industry, all roads lead back to Playboy. It was Hugh Hefner who laid the political and cultural groundwork for the brutal, violently misogynistic pornography that now floods society. But sadly for Hefner, you can’t trademark sexism, and Playboy’s retro brand of ‘gentleman’s porn’ can no longer compete with the extreme degradation of modern internet pornography. Hence we see this endless diversification into nightclubs, video games, clothing and even children’s stationary.

“But whatever product Playboy stamps its logo on, the basic brand concept is the same: woman reduced to sex object for man’s sexual satisfaction – and Playboy’s financial gain. Naturally Playboy Club London embodies this brand, offering champagne and sexism. So Eff off, Hef. And take your club with you.”

 Anna van Heeswijk, Campaigns Manager of OBJECT, said:

“Far from a symbol of sophistication and class, the opening of a new Playboy club in London signifies a worrying step backwards in the quest for equality between the sexes. It entrenches the legitimacy of a porn empire which makes its fortune out of degrading women as fluffy animals who exist as sexual playthings for wealthy men. It opens the floodgates ever wider to the pornification of our popular culture. And it serves to embed further a porn emblem which insidiously grooms girls into accepting and embracing sex object culture by marketing its brand to children through playboy pencil cases and bed covers.”

“It is time to cut through the crap of the Playboy PR machine. Sexualising and objectifying women as bunny rabbits is not sexy and it is not empowering. It is sexist, and everyone knows it. This is why hundreds of women and men across the country are signing up to the OBJECT and UK Feminista campaign to object to the opening of the new Playboy club. Our message is clear –  ‘Eff off Hef and stop degrading women!’”
– To become a member of OBJECT: www.object.org.uk/become-a-member
– To sign up to UK Feminista go to www.ukfeminista.org.uk/take-action/sign-up

Call for Submissions | International Womens Day

Ellie Green from SIATC has some exciting news to share….

Myself and Bex Massey (www.bexmassey.com) have just launched a new female fine art specific collective.

VV:

1.Aim to promote emerging female artists

2.Run by women for women

3.Create a community to share skills, industry knowledge and own practice

We are VV:

1. Aim to build a support network for female practitioners

2. Run Bi-annual exhibitions, alternative art events, pop-up shops

3.Create exhibition reviews, zines, hype.
That’s lots of ways to get involved…free members forum, promotion to your sites and work, subscribe to mailing list…the list goes on.
Join our facebook group( http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=744960150#!/pages/VV/110098852400961 ) to keep up to date with all developments, and in the interim apply to our call for submissions:

Brief: In the run up to International Women’s Day (8th March 2011) VV have decided the time is ripe to showcase some fantastic emerging female talent on our blog. We are calling all female artists to produce a piece of work based upon what International Women’s Day means to you. Simply mail it to VV (wearevv@gmail.com) with International Women’s Day in the subject line. Include a brief summary (max 300words) about your practice and a website where applicable.

Deadline for submissions: Get your work to us by the 1st March and we will showcase a selection of work on our blog on the 8th to mark the day!

for more info see: www.wearevv.wordpress.com

Ellie Green, Storm in a Teacup collective

Ladyfest Ten Needs You! | Volunteer Call-Out

“If I can’t dance, it’s not my revolution”

LADYFEST NEEDS YOU!

We need a team of volunteers to help deliver Ladyfest Ten, a not-for-profit, independent arts festival celebrating and promoting women’s creativity and talent.  The festival takes place includes music, literature, arts, craft, comedy, cabaret and much, much more. For festival info, check out http://ladyfestten.com/

Dates: 12, 13, 14 November 2010

Location: Highbury Corner. Venues incl. The Relentless Garage, The Horatia, Holloway Resource Centre and other North London venues.

Roles available include sound engineers, stewards, stage managers, merchandise sales, venue managers and many other opportunities. Experience how this fantastic festival works, add real value and be part of our brilliant team.

All we ask is that you volunteer for a minimum of 12 hours. This can be broken up into shifts. For example: three shifts of four hours or two shifts of six hours over the three days/nights of the festival (see application pack for details). In exchange you get a wondrous weekend pass with access to every Ladyfest event.

If you can’t manage any of these shifts but still want to help please do get in touch.

Request an application at   volunteers@ladyfestten.com

Please note that unfortunately we can only receive applications from people over 18 years of age.

Volunteers of all genders welcome!

LADYFEST TEN

http://ladyfestten.com