“Crafting Queer” – Panel Event



Here is a shameless plug for my good friend Masha Rotfeld who organized this fantastic panel this Friday. It also features the wonderful comic book artist of “Poor Little Dyke Girl” and fellow member of Queer Girl Theatre Project, Katie Kaapcke. If you are in San Francisco then please go and see it!!!


Host: GLBT Historical Society

Date: Friday, April 17th 2009

Time: 6:00-8:00PM

Location: GLBT Historical Society (SF)

Street: 657 Mission Street

City/Street: San Francisco, CA



Door open at 6:00 p.m., Panel begins at 6:30 p.m.


Please join us for a fun, artsy, and intellectual event where we reconceive queer women’s historical and current participation in craftmaking. An intergenerational panel will examine the binaries and paradigms that shape mainstream thinking around this art form.

Finally, we will consider the present queer feminist crafts movement and map future directions. The panel will be moderated by Masha Rotfeld.

Featured Panelists:

Katie Kaapcke- creator of “Poor Little Dyke Girl” comic, scrapbook-ist, blogger.

Sandy Shepherd – knitter, quilter.

Sherrill Crawford – quilter, tapestry artist.

Miki Foster – MFA graduate student, maker of comics, zines, small crafted things, installations and experimental videos.

The event is FREE and open to the public – REFRESHMENTS and SNACKS SERVED!

The GLBT Historical Society’s main offices at 657 Mission St., Ste. 300 in San Francisco between New Montgomery and Third Streets.

Wheelchair accessible.



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