Town Hall Seattle and Fred Wildlife Refuge present
Queers in Conversation about Style and Identity
This event is sold out. There will be a standby line at the door. Read more about standby here: bit.ly/2AAGt3L
Tickets are still available for the HER after party. Read more about the event here: bit.ly/2DH6q3Z
If the future is fluid, do lesbians still need to get coming out haircuts? Does the color of your bandana even mean anything anymore? Address these questions and more with this fierce panel of queer style innovators. Join us for an exploration of what it means to be unapologetically dapper in this city of flannel and fleece while learning about the intersection of fashion, history, and identity in the ever-evolving LGBTQ+ community.
Our panel discussion will be followed by a TomboyX fashion show showcasing cute queer models in their underpants. After the fashion show, Town Hall Seattle ticket buyers who joined us for our Dapper AF conversation will be invited to stay for a night of dancing with HER, an inclusive club night for all LGBTQ+ folks and allies, at no additional cover charge.
The evening will be moderated by Kathryn Hightower, a healer, artist, and dance educator. Hightower founded the Isis Women Arts Festival, to build sustainable community among diverse women in the arts.
This event is 21+, ID required.
This event will include a full bar, coat check, and photo booth.
SassyBlack is a singer, songwriter & producer pioneering her own electronic psychedelic soul and hologram funk styles. Jolene Manibusan is the Seattle City Manager for HER Social App, the largest community app for lesbian, bi, and queer individuals to connect around the globe. Timothy Bardlavens is a Creative Director whose work is focused on product innovation. Fran Dunaway is the co-founder of TomboyX, the Seattle brand that creates underwear that anyone can feel comfortable in, regardless of where they fall on the size or gender spectrum.
Presented by Town Hall Seattle as part of the Civics series.
Community partners: HER, TomboyX, Gay City, The Seattle Lesbian, The Cloud Room