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“MASHUPS!” A Presentation of New Interdisciplinary Works
Facilitator: Audrey Dimola

October 28, 2015, 6:30-8:30PM
Fee: Free for QCA Members, $7 for Non-Members

MASHUPS! is an event featuring new works by interdisciplinary artists from Queens. Hosted by poet and writer Audrey Dimola, MASHUPS! will showcase cross-genre collaborations between poets, writers, dancers, musicians, and visual artists. Featured artists include:

  • Caitlyn Casson, Dancer
  • Jacob Horstmeier, Musician
  • Omi Plufs, Artist
  • Audrey Dimola, Poet

In an effort to encourage artists to break down boundaries between disciplines and create freely with friends & strangers, featured artists will share their own work as well as respond to each other in the moment. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the artists’ creative processes at the end of the workshop.

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Facilitator Bio
Astoria/Long Island City native and writer/poet/curator Audrey Dimola has been celebrated as "a wildfire in a world of fluorescent bulbs." A lifelong artist, Audrey's work has spanned poetry, performance, prose, song, movement, engagement, curation, and experimentation. She is the author of two self-published poetry & prose collections, ‘Decisions We Make While We Dream’ (2012) and ‘TRAVERSALS’ (2014); curator of LIC fireside reading/live writing series Nature of the Muse; guerrilla sticker poet of the Compass Project, which is traveling around the globe spreading positivity; and featured poet in Gillette Venus' global 2015 #UseYourAnd campaign, which has garnered over 21 million views on YouTube. She aims always to stay wild and stay grateful- and can often be found up in a tree. audreydimola.com


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