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Rainbow History Project Friends: Historic LGBT Radio Tapes from 1973-82

This is the first public presentation of programming from the landmark Friends radio program that ran from 1973-82. Preservation of these tapes has been an on-going project of the Rainbow History Project and we are now making these preserved materials available to the public. Archivist Vincent Slatt will present clips from half a dozen particularly memorable programs. Individuals who were involved with the Friends program are especially encouraged to attend and share their experiences.

Join us Tuesday, January 30th from 6:30pm- 9:00pm

We Happy Few present a reading of Henry IV parts 1 and 2

We Happy Few present a reading of Henry IV parts 1 and 2

February 6th @ 7:20 pm-- FREE, donations accepted

In true We Happy fashion, this adaptation combines the two parts of Shakespeare’s Henry IV into one play, in which the weight of war alters everyone, from kings and princes to tavern wenches and thieves. We Happy Few produces unique perspectives of classic texts using an ensemble of talented actors.

The Girl Child Project

Light Switch Dance Theatre will present The Girl Child Project featuring Rebollar Dance Cyborg Suites on February 11, 2017 at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop starting with exhibition at 5:30pm and performance at 6pm. This multi-disciplinary work, conceived by founder and artistic director Sandra Atkinson, features performance art piece and choreography by Atkinson and work by Erica Rebollar.

An Evening with Bashville: Women Swearing-In Music

Bashville From Nashville: two girls, seven instruments, and a lot of banter.
A night to come together to help support Toledo, Nashville, and DC women's advocate nonprofit groups Bashville Music/Bashtivism: Lucciana Costa and Rachel Coats from SE Michigan and NW Ohio, currently residing in Nashville, TN, are music educators, performers and philanthropists who travel the country performing original and cover music ranging from piano pop to guitar folk and country.

January 20th, 2017 8:30-9:30pm, Doors open at 8pm

"Signs of the Times" With Stencil Artist, Kate Deciccio

Got something to say? Develop your message, explore fonts and use pattern to make beautiful signs made from hand-cut stencils that are sure to pack a punch. Whether you're preparing for a march or want to put a message in your window, stencil is a great medium to create clean and bold text that help you to express yourself. This workshop like all classes at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is a safe space for all people of all races, religious beliefs, sexuality and gender identities. Drop-in; Ages 10 - adult (Participants ages 10 - 12 should bring an adult with them.)