Join dapperQ for a community screening of HBO‘s documentary Suitedfollowed by “Queer Style as Resistance in Post-Trump Activism” talkback during Target First Saturday’s at Brooklyn Museum. This program is part a larger celebration of the Museum’s “A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum,” the 10th anniversary of this important Institution’s Sackler Center for Feminist Art.

*FREE ADMISSION*
SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2017
5–11 p.m.

► Happy hour is 4–6 p.m.
► 310 free tickets to screening (pick-up 5pm at admissions)
► 6pm screening of Suited

☆ “Queer Style as Resistance in Post-Trump Activism” post-screening talkback hosted by dapperQ featuring Suited director Jason Benjamin; Daniel Friedman and Rae Tutera, Co-founders of Bindle & Keep; Anita Dolce Vita, Editor in Chief of dapperQ; and Debbie Lemonte, founder of DAG iMages and the mastermind behind the femme life+style blog The Loc’d Bella: http://thelocdbella.com/

Suited (Jason Benjamin, 2016, 85 min.) follows transformative moments at Bindle & Keep, a bespoke tailoring company based in Brooklyn that caters to gender-nonconforming and trans clients. Followed by a talkback on “Queer Style as Resistance in Post-Trump Activism,” hosted by dapperQ with Anita Dolce Vita, Jason Benjamin, Daniel Friedman, Debbie-Jean Lemonte, and Rae Tutera. 310 free tickets at Admissions at 5 pm.

Additional First Saturday Programming:

☆ Music | Discwoman: Brooklyn-based collective Discwoman showcases the diversity of talented female-identified DJs who are shifting the male-dominated culture of the industry. Sets by BEARCAT and SHYBOI.

☆ Music | Cakes Da Killa: Queer rapper Cakes Da Killa rings in the New Year with refreshing rhymes and a unique sound that mixes various musical influences and pays tribute to underground culture.

Galleries in Museum open until 11pm
Food available at The Norm or the Museum’s Cafe

More info at: https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/visit/first_saturdays

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