Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Wednesday & Thursday, October 15th & 16th

-Every Wednesday, 11am-1:30pm, HUFF meeting (and space open until 3pm for open hours the whole time as well)

HUFF is Santa Cruz's oldest and most stubbornly persistent grass roots homeless advocacy group.

...and later that evening, Oct. 15th, 7-10pm, The Color of Fear: film screening and discussion

A showing of the documentary The Color of Fear by Lee Mun Wah. The Color of Fear is a 90 minute film exploring racism and perceptions of racism from the perspective of 8 individuals from different ethnic/cultural/folk racial backgrounds. Following the film we'll have our own discussion and debriefing.

Thursday (every), noon-6pm, Studio Hours

Work on your creative projects in a quiet environment with other people who are doing the same.  Creative work is an essential part of life, and having a set place and time to engage in these activities in the company of like-minded people can foster accountability in developing consistent creative practices.  The studio staffer will keep some basic tools and materials on hand for shared use. Use of tools and materials is free, but we do recommend a $1-$5 per hour donation for use of the space, to help cover rent and keep SubRosa open in the long term. No one turned away for lack of funds.  Space also open for other uses as well, but Studio Hours are prioritized.

...and later that evening, 3rd Thursday at 7:30pm, Women, Trans, and Queer Open Mic

Every 3rd Thursday of the month we reserve the stage for Women, Trans, and Queer folk though everyone is invited and encouraged to come enjoy the show. These Open Mics are always special. Donations directly benefit this community-supported space.

Signups for performance at 7:30 fill up quickly, and it begins at 8pm.  Bring your creativity and artistic inspiration. $3-7 at the door. No one turned away for lack of funds. 

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