June 17 | 5-11 pm
The opening of the exhibition coincides with Juneteenth, a day celebrating Black rights and culture, and commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African American people. The Black Sex Workers Collective will kick off our exhibition with two performances on our opening night.
dj set Witches Are Back Collective
with Performance of:
⬩ Performance: „Ninja Sex Work“ | 6-9 pm
MF Akynos of The Black Sex Workers Collective
Can you tell when a sex worker is in the room? A sex worker performs different forms of labour throughout the space, prompting us to reflect on our definitions of work and labour.
⬩ Performance: „Transformation“ | 9:30 pm
Olivia Green of The Black Sex Workers Collective
Witness a Black Sex Worker getting ready for work/transforming for a booking.
The Black Sex Workers Collective is a philanthropic arts project amplifying global Black Sex Worker voices. Their goal is to create a responsive space for the unique needs of current and former Black Sex Workers. They provide peer support, legal assistance, housing and financial aid. June 19th -Juneteenth- marks The BSWC’s 4th anniversary.