Venue Address (Get Directions)ART HOUSE GALLERY & Cultural Center
Date and Time
Saturday, September 21st, 2013 at 6:00pm
Mystical and Fierce! A night of Black Catwave music, dark lit, fab fashion and Fine Art.
Protea concert - book readings - fashion show - art show
ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley CA 94705
6PM Door 7PM SHOW
$10.00 Admission at door
Serena Toxicat slinks across the dimensions as a writer and French-English translator, a singer, actor and model, a painter and tattoo collector, a cat lady, NLP life coach, psychic reader and energy healer who was ordained a priestess in the Fellowship of Isis and has her own temple of Bast.
SF-born and bred, Serena is a world explorer who lived almost 8 years in Paris and traveled to Egypt, where she recorded vocals in the King's Chamber of Khufu for her Protea album, Going Forth By Night.
She has been published in anthologies and magazines, and written award winning plays and poems. Her parallel recording project is Starchasm, and she regularly collaborates with musicians worldwide.
Joining her for Protea will be tara ntula, who plays bass, cello, decks, drums, guitar, 12-string bass, keyboards, percussion, does production and programming, and is a thought machine and laptop wizard.
Sumiko Saulson is the author of three sci-fi/horror novels, "Solitude," "Warmth", and "The Moon Cried Blood, and short story anthology "Things That Go Bump In My Head." Born to African-American and Russian-Jewish parents, she is a native Californian, and has spent most of her adult life in the Bay Area. Her blog is www.SumikoSaulson.com.
Things that go bump in my head
Black Milk manufactures awesome printed leggings, swims, tops and skirts from their little design studio in Brisbane, Australia.
Fashions will be modeled by the NorCal Sharkies.
Expect a night of black catwave mewsic, readings / signings, fun stretch clothing on the "catwalk," acrylics, cat photography and more!
raffle prizes by MessQueenNewYork
Pallas' patches by Dire Deparra available for $2 each to benefit ManulFest.