u shoulda bought a summit pass... (for u helen)
B-Girl Be Summit Pass Available Now!
Limited Supply, Get them while you can!
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Available through May 27, 2005.
$30 (summit passes will be held at Intermedia Arts to be picked up June 2–5, 2005 at the box office table)
This "all access" pass allows you entrance into all B-Girl Be sponsored events June 2–5, 2005 (after-party not included). In addition you will receive one food ticket to the B-Girl BBQ on Sunday, June 5, discounts on B-Girl Be merchandise and eligibility for giveaways.
If you can't come to B-Girl Be.....You can still donate!
For the past two years, the B-Girl Be Advisory Board of girls and women and Intermedia Arts have most generously devoted time, energy and expertise to put together the first B-Girl Be Summit. B-Girl Be has been made possible because of their selfless donations. Thanks to generous donations of art, labor, time, energy and funds, B-Girl Be is finally happening!
Make History! Make a Difference! Make a Donation! You too can be a part of this unprecedented event by lending a hand. Be a part of Hip-hop History by making a contribution of your own. Intermedia Arts is a 31-year old 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible and all donations can be acknowledged in writing for your tax purposes.
Your generous contributions (cash, in-kind, and/or volunteer time) will be used to uplift, educate and empower girls and women for the growth of the entire community. B-Girl Be will create a positive impact on young women and girls everywhere. And YOU can play a role.
B-Girl Be and Hip Hop Events at Intermedia Arts this week, May 9-May 16....
All events located at:
2822 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis
WEDNESDAY: May 11
Want to volunteer for B-Girl Be? Show up for this one hour volunteer sign-up and orientation and find our how you can get involved.
*Volunteers receive a free ticket to the main stage event on Saturday June 4th at 7:00 and free entry to every day that you volunteer.
THURSDAY: May 12
Stencils and Graf with Amy Swenson (ages 16 and up)
Thursday May 12; 5:30–8:00 pm
$5 (group rate available)
Space is limited, reservations required. email@example.com to sign up.
SATURDAY: May 14
Bring your own lunch to these brown bag dialogues with women in the Twin Cities hip-hop scene.
The Genesis of B-Girl Be: Feminist Collaborations in Practice
Saturday, May 14
Noon–1:00 pm; free admission
Join in the hip-hop movement: DeAnna Cummings, Desdamona, Leah Nelson, Rachel Raimist, Melisa Riviére and Theresa Sweetland.
SUNDAY: May 15
READING & PANEL DISCUSSION
The Encyclopedia of Hip-Hop Evolution featuring Adam Mansbach
Sunday, May 15; 7:00 pm
$5 ($3 for Intermedia Arts members and youth under 17)
A Dialogue on Race, White Privilege and Social Action in The New Hip-Hop Generation.
Intermedia Arts is proud to be hosting author Adam Mansbach as part of The Encyclopedia of Hip-Hop Evolution. Mansbach will read excerpts from his new book, Angry Black White Boy or The Miscegenation of Macon Detornay, an incendiary and ruthlessly funny novel about violence, pop culture and identity in twenty-first century America. Following the reading Mansbach will participate in a community dialogue around race and the hip-hop culture with local artists, activists and academics. Books will be available for sale and Mansbach will be signing copies. Read an excerpt at Adam’s website. http://www.adammansbach.com/
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MONDAY: May 16
The Black Book Sessions: A Twin Cities Graffiti History
w/ Chaka M'Kali
Free admission; no registration required
The Black Book Sessions is a call to bring together various graffiti and black book artists to sketch and celebrate local Twin Cities graffiti art history. Influential writers from various historical moments in local history will join each session to share their stories and vintage black books.
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Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-871-4444