gender.RIP is an art collective currently hosting its debut exhibition at the NCAD Gallery, which consists of a six-week exhibition, informative workshops, talks and zine-making. The installation focuses on local and international trans and queer creative communities, running until January 25.
Exhibiting practitioners for gender.RIP include Mani Arturo Abreu (USA), Marina Ayano Kittaka (JPN/USA), Hobbes Ginsberg (USA), Carta Monir (USA), Ríon Murphy (IRL) and Lu Saborío (IRL/HN). The exhibition encompasses multiple artistic and creative disciplines, such as embroidery, sculpture, photography, and creative writing.
gender.RIP is a new collective of anti-capitalist gender killers organising community events and platforming art by trans, non-binary, a-gender, and gender non-conforming people who officially launched their premier exhibition, gender.RIP, in NCAD Gallery December 2018. The programme was launched by Sara Phillips of Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI), followed by a creative DJ set from Roo Honeychild of Club Comfort. It is made possible via the support of Dreamfeel, NCAD Gallery and TENI.
gender.RIP January Events Programme @ NCAD
Trans & Nonbinary meet up with TENI 17th January, 4-5:30 PM
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.
Irish Trans History with TENI 17th January 2019, 6-7:30 PM
Join Sara Phillips the chair of TENI and the founder of the Irish Trans Archive for a history of trans-Irish people. All welcome
Trans-Friendly Barber (€10) 21st January, 11-5PM
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.
Trans and GNC Performance Night 24th January, 6-9PM
Join us for an evening of debauchery and fun listening to poems, watching performances and having some tea.
Fully Automated Luxury Gender Oasis @ Quarter Block Party
Location: (Venue TBC), North Main Street, Cork, Ireland
Dates: 08/02/19 – 10/02/19
Opening times: Friday 08/02, 18:30 – 21:00
Saturday 09/02, 12:00 – 21:00
Sunday 10/02, 12:00 – 21:00
Fully Automated Luxury Gender Oasis @ Block Party
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?.
Join us for CHILL TIME at our pop-up Oasis during Quarter Block Party, by gender.RIP in association with Kate Kiernan (Small Trans Library), with special guest Morgan M. Page (One From The Vaults, Odofemi). The space will be open and free for you to kick back, relax, and replenish your energy reserves. Activities available will include drawing, playing video games by trans game creators, crochet, knitting, browsing the collection of trans publications available for reading, and viewing the artworks on display. (Or you can come and do nothing at all, whatever you need from the Oasis!) This space is for you – consider it your festival home.
It is vital to organisers that this continues to be a platform for local trans art to be elevated. Presenting at Quarter Block Party, we want to bring Munster trans artists together and provide a context for those in the province who have never shown work before. We want to engage with communities that already exist, and help them to grow, develop, and multiply.
Whatever has left you parched, the Fully Automated Luxury Gender Oasis is here to replenish you!
For more information on gender.RIP’s January line-up, see their website.
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