Madison Public Library - Pinney Library

Loud 'n Unchained Writing Workshop

Writing Workshop Led by T. S. Banks

 

QTDisabled Poets and Poetry

 

T.S.Banks will lead a writing workshop featuring poems from Black Queer, Trans and Disabled Poets. As well as writing prompts on the intersections on LGBTQ+ Krip identities.

 

This event is part of the Ripple Project, a year-long series of free public humanities programs focused on equity in the Dane County public libraries. Learn more at www.beyondthepage.info/ripple-project

Loud 'n Unchained Black QTDisabled Showcase + Mini Artists Market

Loud 'N Unchained Celebrates Black History Month with and all Black QTDisabled Showcase + Mini Black Artists Market

Featuring LGBTQ and /or Disabled Artists. The stage will also feature DJ Femme Noir and performers: Shasparay Irvin, Basal Jones, Sunshine Raynebow, Warrior Priestess Alikz, MiMi Sanchez, Amethyst Von Trolleberg, R. B. Simon, Lexy Linez, Rain Cooper, Sarah B., and T. S. Banks

Artists represent a wide range of genres and artistic mediums including Poets, Drag, Lyricists, and Musicians!!

Writing Workshop: Loud 'n Unchained Theater Company

We All Queer
a writing workshop and community conversation on why we all queer and how queerness saves the world!

Loud ‘n’ Unchained Theater company presents a series of writing workshops and open mic events centering Black, Indigenous and POC, Queer, Trans and Disabled writers and authors.

Presenters request that all participants wear masks while in the space.

November 11 6-8pm Open Mic Night (feat. chalchiuhkoatl with Natalia and music by DJ Pearl Marshall)

November 12 12-1:30pm Writing Workshop (feat. chalchiuhkoatl)

Presenter Bio:

LIONHEART Photo Exhibit

In recognition of LGBT Pride Month in June, Madison Public Library will celebrate with thoughtful discussion, inclusive events, and expanded sessions of last year’s popular Drag Queen Storytime.

Local artist Charles Wetzel displays his five-photo portrait series of LGBTQ+ leaders from around the state.  

Drag Queen Storytime

In recognition of LGBT Pride Month in June, Madison Public Library will celebrate with thoughtful discussion, inclusive events, and expanded sessions of last year’s popular Drag Queen Storytime.

Event Details:

Bring your fabulous self and celebrate diversity, differences, and imagination through fun, age-appropriate stories, songs, and activities with local drag performers. 

Crafts and facepainting at 10 am, storytime at 10:30. 

This program is intended for families with children of all ages, and grownups must be accompanied by a child.  

First Friday Flicks: Call Me By Your Name Film Showing

In recognition of LGBT Pride Month in June, Madison Public Library will celebrate with thoughtful discussion, inclusive events, and expanded sessions of last year’s popular Drag Queen Storytime.

Event Details:

"In Northern Italy in 1983, seventeen year-old Elio begins a relationship with visiting Oliver, his father's research assistant, with whom he bonds over his emerging sexuality, their Jewish heritage, and the beguiling Italian landscape." (132mins|USA; excerpted from IMDB.com)