Sins Invalid: The film

I’ve followed Sins Invalid for a few years now, and always lamented that I haven’t been in Bay Area during their yearly performance. They are:

Sins Invalid is a San Francisco/Bay Area based performance project that celebrates artists with disabilities, centralizing artists of color and queer and gender-variant artists. Since 2006, our performances have explored themes of sexuality, embodiment, and the disabled body, impacting thousands through live performance.

Now Sins is working to turn their show into a documentary, so that people far and wide can experience their work.

I’m excited.

Like many groups, they are turning to kickstarter to get some funding going. Check out their page and see if you want to support. A donation of $35 or more comes with a downloadable copy of the film. Sweet.

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One Comment

  1. Posted January 27, 2012 at 11:52 am | Permalink

    I’m really excited to see so much talk of women with disabilities on here recently! I’ve never heard of Sins Invalid, but after checking it out I’m very intrigued.

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