42: A Stonewall Prospective 6/28/11

Tuesday, June 28 · 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL
RSVP: 786.925.8292

FREE ADMISSION – Open Bar – Donations Accepted
RSVP: 786.925.8292

-Open Bar, sponsored by 42 Below Vodka

-Donations are accepted! Checks can be made out to the “Miami Beach Arts Trust,” please include event name (i.e. “Stonewall”) in memo.

-This performance will contain partial nudity.

Sponsors and Community Partners: Miami Beach Arts Trust, City of Miami Beach – Arts Gala Grant, Bass Museum of Art, 42 Below Vodka, 360 Image Design, Ancient Spanish Monastery, MiamiArtZine.

On June 28, 2011, 42 years after the Stonewall riots, Pioneer Winter and Jared Sharon will present “42: A Stonewall Prospective,” a live multi-disciplinary dance performance that combines film and large-scale props to recall the events leading to the uprising and violent protests which ignited the modern-day gay civil rights movement. The intimate event will include three live dance sections that will range from dark to humorous, along with the premiere of an original film to further expand the performance.

As an artist growing up in a post-Stonewall society, Pioneer Winter says he owes his freedom to his cohorts — the social advocates that paved the way for greater acceptance for an important segment of the population. “It’s not always strife,” Winter says. “It is a passion to progress.” – Neil de la Flor, Knight Arts

Funding for this project was provided by a Miami Beach Arts Gala Grant through the Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council, Cultural Affairs Program.

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