Tired of gender? Tired of thinking logically? Join Gender.RIP for the Gender enders' conspiracy club where you will learn how to make art without worrying if it is "good". Using conspiracies, you will craft you own worlds and enjoy stitching, drawing, origami and more!
QUEER SEX ED 101 hosted by gender killer & sex educator Alber Saborío takes place Saturday 22nd of June, 5-6PM at Pallas Projects/Studios as part of The Queeratorial. Book your tickets here on eventbrite
Gender.RIP & Origins Eile present COLONIZATION & THE BODY - A panel discussion in for TPOC in Pallas Project Studios June 21st 5.30pm - 8pm
Wrecked after a weekend of absolute mayhem at Quarter Block Party ?
Come to our stitch & bitch! Bring your own materials or come use the supplies we have in the space and learn to do a few stitches while having some good chats. Hosted by hardened gender killer & featured artist Ríon Murphy
Join us on Saturday February 9th at 6 pm to see our headline show: a live performance / lecture by Morgan M. Page promising to bring all the "dirt, gossip, and glamour" of trans history from her ground breaking podcast: One From The Vaults
Morgan M Page is a trans writer, artist, and historian from Canada. Currently based in London, she runs the scandalous podcast One From the Vaults that delivers all of the dirt, gossip, and glamour from trans history! Her art has been shown in galleries around the world, including at the Brooklyn Museum.
We are delighted to host a panel discussion on the top of "Trans Durability" as outlined by Kate Kiernan, founder of the Small Trans Library and recipient of the Create Artist In The Community Scheme award 2018.
This panel will discuss questions of creating trans & queer spaces, cultural artefacts, gossip, and events that leave a lasting impact on the community and how we as a community create our own mythologies, histories, and futures.
Featured speakers include: Sara Philips (TENI, Irish Trans Archive), Scottee(Fat Blokes), Tonie Walshe (Irish Queer Archive), & special guest Morgan M. Page (One From The Vaults) , chaired by Lu Saborío.
Image: Sara Philips presenting the Irish Trans Archive at ‘Trans Histories’ talk in gender.RIP @ NCAD , National College of Art & Design Gallery, Dublin
gender.RIP presents: our second Trans & GNC performance night, now in the Fully Automated Luxury Gender Oasis @ Quarter Block Party
List of performers coming soon !
*This is a sober space
*if you have any accessibility questions, e-mail us at: email@example.com
Do you sometimes find festivals overwhelming? Do you ever yearn to draw or crochet, even though you’ve always been convinced you couldn’t? Want to read books and play games or chat about gender? No matter what has left you parched, the Spirit of Fringe award winning Fully Automated Luxury Gender Oasis is here to replenish you.
Join us for CHILL TIME at our pop-up Oasis during Quarter Block Party, with special guest: Morgan M. Page.
Join us for an evening of debauchery and fun listening to poems, watching performances and having some tea.
Whether you want to dance, sing, read some poems or prose, we welcome all trans and gender nonconforming folk! Send us a DM if you are interested in performing or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your work does not necessarily have to be related to gender but we are only looking for trans and nonbinary individuals.
We are delighted to announce that Ellen O'Donovan from Headcase Barbers will be joining us on the 21st of January to give all you lovelies some good cuts.
Ellen will be in the gallery from 11-5 offering cuts at 10 euro.
We recognise that many trans folk are in situations where they might not be able to afford that so please contact us and we can try subsidise as much as possible for you.
If you can't afford it send us an email email@example.com
Three Trans Twines: Storytime with Llaura.
Gaymers, story lovers and weirdos alike, come sit by the fire with Llaura and Gender.RIP and discover the world of HYPERTEXT STORYTELLING.
She's going to introduce Twine, perform two pieces by renowned trans creators and and debut another never before seen twine by herself.
Rat Chaos by Winter Lake
1870: CYBERPUNK FOREVER by Gabby Aveiro Ojeda
Contact by Llaura McGee
We'll end the night with a chat to Gabby over the interwebs from Toronto to learn their twine secrets.
We are delighted to host a Non-Binary Social with our pals TENI on Wednesday, 17th January 2019 4-5:30. This is a closed space for trans and non-binary people to hang out and have the chats over tea and cake and look at the work in Gender.RIP exhibition.
After this event there will be a talk on Irish trans history by Sara Phillips from TENI which will be open to the public.
Our first event this 2019 we have a zine making workshop at the Gender.RIP exhibition at the NCAD Gallery.
Join Indigo to guide you into making your own zine. It can be about cats, gender, or flowers. I mean we won't tell you what to do it on! Take some time to wind down and chill out with pals and work those creative muscles.
We will be spending 2 hours building our zines from 6-8 and then an hour for you to chill out and do your thing.