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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

 

This email is being sent to all members of the Baruch College faculty.

For an archive of announcements sent from the Associate Provost beginning June 2011, click here.

 

Please come to the events at BPAC this week featuring transgender artists and themes.  

These events are supported by the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences.

 

GENDERFLUID
A week of transformative art at Baruch Performing Arts Center
Tickets available at 212-352-3101, at SpinCycleNYC.com, or at the box office at 25th Street

Tuesday, Sept. 9 - Laverne Cox & M. Lamar
The Emmy-nominated star of Orange is the New Black (and the first transgender person on the cover of Time Magazine) Laverne Cox and her brother, artist M. Lamar, have an intimate and frank discussion about growing up in Alabama, their understanding of the different paths their lives would take, and their careers and lives today. This is the first time the two have spoken publicly together. $20
8 PM
Mason Hall at Baruch Performing Arts Center
17 Lexington Ave. (at 23rd Street)

Wednesday, Sept. 10 - Gabrielle Le Roux & Victor Mukasa
Gabrielle LeRoux is a South African artist who does portraits and films of transgender individuals all over Africa. Victor Mukasa is a transgender Ugandan gender activist. Together they will show two of Gabrielle's short films and art and discuss the state of trans issues in Africa. FREE.
7:30 PM
Baruch Performing Arts Center
25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues

Thursday, Sept. 11 - Busted! The Musical
When Bianca Leigh decided to fund her gender reassignment surgery by becoming a dominatrix, she didn't expect to end up on Riker's Island. A hilarious, touching true story, with music by Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), Taylor Mac, and more.
$20 - use discount code SLAMMER for $5 off.
8:00 PM
Baruch Performing Arts Center
25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues

Friday, Sept. 12 - Kate Bornstein: On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us
Kate Bornstein, the original Gender Outlaw, gives her favorite performance art and spoken word pieces on life, love, and the blurring of the binary gender divide. $30 - discount code OUTLAW for $10 off. Also available: $60 VIP includes preferred seating and backstage photo op.
8:00 PM
Baruch Performing Arts Center
25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues

Saturday, Sept. 13 - Hedwig and the Angry Inch
A free screening of the musical film, starring John Cameron Mitchell. FREE
6:00 PM
Baruch Performing Arts Center
25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues

Saturday, Sept. 13 - An Evening with Holly Woodlawn

Film director Paul Morrissey will introduce the legendary Holly Woodlawn, who will be interviewed onstage by Michael Musto and show clips from her film, TV and stage career. Holly will also perform a few songs! An unforgettable evening with a true icon! $25 - $50 VIP (includes preferred seating and a backstage photo op).
8:00 PM
Baruch Performing Arts Center
25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues