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Turn dreams into stories! Myths, Magic & Imagination

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Turn dreams into stories! Myths, Magic & Imagination
April 13, 2019 7:00 PM
April 13, 2019 8:30 PM
$10 suggested donation to benefit the Bureau. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division
March 25, 2019
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division
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208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York, NY, 10011, United States
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Author and founder of Jaguar Luna Cultural Arts Collective, C. Huilo C. will talk about creating your own personal mythos and how the stories that come from this can influence how well we are treated in both the queer and the hetero worlds. In an evening in conversation with Stonewall-legacy author Perry Brass, Huilo will share their experiences living queerly within the majestic complexity of Mexico and Costa Rica. Huilo’s adventures in Latin America led to their writing and illustrating Tales of a Jaguar Magician – a new queer mythology. Huilo and Perry will talk about queer folk as the keepers of magic and healing and why are we feared? What is really behind our own magical side that few people talk about? How can we move from being tolerated to being celebrated as an integral and necessary part of a healthy society? Books and original illustrations will be available for sale and autographing.


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Mythologist, visionary and full-spectrum artist, C. Huilo C. has published 5 books, art films, numerous art installations, experimental theatre presentations, is the founder of an arts & ecology center in Central America, owner of Teatro Jaguar Luna, Jaguar Moon Press, and leads an earth-ark reforestation project in Southern Costa Rica.



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Activist, poet, and author Perry Brass has published 19 books, was a member of the Gay Liberation Front and co-editor of Come Out!, world’s first gay liberation newspaper, and co-founded the Gay Men’s Health Project Clinic, first clinic for gay men on the East Coast, now operating as Callen-Lorde Community Health Services, and the Rainbow Book Fair, the largest lgbt book event in the U.S.