Workshop & book signing: The Themes That Bind Us by Sabrina Chap

When:
April 23, 2013 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Where:
CSPC Main Space
1602 15th Ave W
Seattle
WA 98119

A Reading, multi-media lecture and book signing event for Live Through This – On Creativity and Self-Destruction.

Where: Main Space
When: 7-8:30pm
Who: Anyone 18+ with ID (No other CSPC discounts or AYCE cards applicable.)
Cost: $20, $15 in advance

Purchase Advance Tickets here – http://www.strangertickets.com/events/7215296/the-themes-that-bind-us-by-sabrina-chapadjiev

THE THEMES THAT BIND US

While editing the stories in ‘Live Through This”, writer and editor Sabrina Chap noticed a series of themes inherent in the essays. Shame, political consciousness, isolation, power versus control: these are just some of the topics that are inherent in anyone’s self-destructive journey.

This multi-media lecture is an incredible introduction to the book and the themes that appear in between the lines of each artists’ story. It consists of short readings, a 45 minute multi-media lecture, and a Q&A that always prompts an interesting dialogue.

From 8:30-9pm, Sabrina will be available to sign your book.

About the book:

Live Through This – On Creativity and Self-Destruction
In a collection of original stories, essays, artwork, and photography, Nan Goldin, Eileen Myles, be! hooks, and other cutting-edge artists explore their use of art to survive madness, abuse, incest, depression, and the impulse toward self-destruction manifest in eating disorders, cutting, addiction, and contemplation of suicide. The book confronts the
brutality many women and girls encounter in the world around them, and bravely takes as its subject the often misunderstood violence they at times inflict upon themselves.

Read more about the book here: http://sabrinachap.com/ltt.html

This event is supported by Poets & Writers, Inc.

About the presenter:

SABRINA CHAP is a playwright, spoken word artist, songwriter and editor. Her previous collection, ‘Cliterature- 18 interviews with women* artists’ has been featured in the International Museum of Women’s on-line exhibition and is distributed by Microcosm Press. Her plays, including perhaps merely quiet, have been performed in New York, Chicago, Paris and England. She has participated in over eight Ladyfests as a spoken word artist and workshop facilitator.