Hey guys, it’s finally here! We are so excited for all the cool projects this year! And it’s October! This year are so pleased to be holding the festival at SMYRC, and that most of the proceeds will go directly to youth at SMYRC!
♥ Saturday October 19th ♥
This years festival will be hosted by Melody Awesomazing and Sister Brittaney Taylor!
4:30 p.m. Film Program
Detours and Fences
by Malic Amalya, Max Garnet, and Rachel Zingoni
By Christina Carlsson, Honey Tavassoli, Jenny Lougheed,
Erin Siodmak and Heather Burt
Buffalo: a music video for Professor Professor
By Hayden Hall and Jacob Summers
Am I In the Right Place
By Liz Moyer and guests
Bonus Plus: The amazing, new to town and queer fabulous Christina Carlsson will be doing on site sliding scale hair trims/cuts $5-10 from 6-8pm. Photo Booth by Bloodhound Photography! And Sliding scale/donation Juice Bar with fresh delicious juices from roughly 3-7pm!
The festival will take place at Smyrc located at:
2450 NE Sandy Blvd, Suite 100
Portland, OR 97232
The cost is sliding scale $5-5000 with no one turned away for inability to pay. Folks under 18 get in free! Proceeds go directly to the festival and to SMYRC!
*The entrance and the bathrooms are wheelchair accessible, if you need further information please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org *
SMYRC is an anti-oppressive/safer and sober space so please keep that in mind and respect the space!
☆☾WITCH THEMED AFTERPARTY AT SLOAN’S☽☆! After the festivities, for those who are over 21 there will be a Witchin after party with food specials and DJs! DJ Bruce LaBruiser, Rocket Queen and Weinerslav!
Sloans is located at 36 N Russell St, Portland, OR 97227
Hey wonderful people! The Not Enough Festival is less than two weeks away!
This Sunday (10/13) we are holding a volunteer orientation at 2 pm in NE Portland to plug people into helping before, during, and after the festival. Email Kirk at email@example.com for location address or for info if you cannot attend. Lunch will be provided!
This Sunday we are making t-shirts for this year’s festivals and could use some spare hands! We are working from 2 pm to 5:30 pm in North Portland. Email Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org for location details or other questions.
We are incredibly excited to announce that Not Enough IV will take place at SMYRC this year! We are counting down the days until we get to witness the birth of new, collaborative queer art and music. Get your submissions in now, y’all!
HEY GAYS! We haven’t posted in awhile, but we have been busy planning and scheming for this year’s queer magic! We’ve got some fun stuff coming up that we’ll be posting about soon so keep your banana’s peeled!
First though, we have to acknowledge that the best thing EVER happened. There was a Not Enough! festival in New Orleans! In case you don’t know, No More Fiction put it on last friday April 26th. No More Fiction shows are a group of folks in New Orleans who strive to ”create woman-positive and queer-positive spaces in New Orleans for local DIY bands and for bands on tour.” which is amazing anyway and we were so stoked that they decided to do their own version of Not Enough! There were a bunch of new bands that formed and the photos looks awesome, you should be able to find them here.
Another thing that happened was we had a Not Enough! “reunion” show at Red and Black! We had Thank You Holy Spirit, Cockeye, Fucking Lesbian Bitches and Voices all play. The show was incredibly well attended, and had the best “vibes” according to the word on the street. Speaking of Not Enough! bands, a whole lot of them are playing a cool event at Slabtown on Pride weekend with The Need! You can RSVP here.
And we were incredibly lucky to do some tabling at Seattle’s 'Mo-Wave festival recently! We got the chance to rub elbows with some queers in Seattle as well as talk about our project. Thanks so much to 'Mo-Wave for making such a rad party and to everyone we met while there!
Stay Tuned for more important messages!
We just know this is going to be so cool. ♥ ♥ ♥
Not Enough! is taking place September 7th and September 8th at Refuge Pdx which is located at 116 SE Yamhill here is a google map
Admission each day is $7-10 sliding scale and free for folks 18 and under! & There is an ATM onsite!
*no one turned away for lack of funds
**Friday Night Potluck! Bring a dish to share from 5:00-7:00!!
*Times may vary
Photo Booth by Deya Card! Saturday Only!
Gold Moon, Sharp Arrow
by Malic Amalya, Max Garnet, Annie Terell & Basil Shadid
Unicorns and Sparkling Rainbows
by Smitty Buckler and Callie Reynolds
Do Something Wicked This Way Comes
by Christina Carlsson, Honey T and Erin Siodmak
by Anthony Hudson and Carla Rossi
by Gentry McShane, Jessa Golden, Kim Trailz, Marissa Magic and Ted Trees
*Times may vary
Accessibility info: The entrance consists of the front door that is 32.5 inches wide. There are two ways to get to it, there is a ramp on the left and a small set of stairs on the right. Once you come in, the floors between each room have a small incline, or decline of about an inch and a half. Once inside, each doorway is 35 inches wide. There are two single stall, gender neutral restrooms, the one on the left has a bar. if you have concerns or questions! email@example.com ♥
Jungle Juice Drink Specials!
Animal Style Food Specials!
Sloan’s Tavern is at 36 North Russell St.
LIST OF VISUAL ARTISTS: Brieanna Girodano, Lucy Morningstar, Caitlin Sweet, Freddie Fagula, Marlena Chavez, Lauren Johnson, Amy Keo, Ada Fischer, Michael Harper, Ryan Thomas, Kirk Rea, Arleen Faulk, Misty Fall, Koyote Zerzan, Jamie Montoya, Andrea Johnson, Jessika Fancy, Erin Rosett, Erin Holcomb, Britt Holcomb, David Lahna, Joseph Bonell, Liam Thomas Houston & The Decorating Committee
Submissions are due tonight at midnight! Get those last minute projects in by going here. We’ll be getting the schedule together over the next couple of days, in addition to more venue information including accessibility and parking. Anyone still interested in tabling or doing other cool stuff at the fest get in touch soon at firstname.lastname@example.org oh! and before we forget, check out the cool afterparty
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