Project Perception: Reality Runway Show


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Photo by Taron, Stitchers Teen Council

During February, the Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective will hold public events including a public screening of photographs and videos collected from community artists reflecting on the theme entitled Community Video Sketchbook and a participatory activity with Stitchers Teen Council and featuring guest artist and fashion designer Qristyl Frazier called Project Perception: A Reality Runway Show. MC Mr. K.P. Dennis and Ms. Frazier will guide the audience through a fun exploration of the relationship between perception and clothing through music, game, and makeovers using repurposed clothing from Avalon Exchange to consider biases people may form about individuals based on attire.

Perception Isn’t Always Reality is a platform for community engagement through an artistic lens, with it the Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective works to shift perceptions and realities and bring hope to our community.  Join us this February at the Kranzberg Arts Center and become part of this vital project.

Schedule of Events: Kranzberg Arts Center, 501 N Grand Blvd., 63103

Friday, February 5 (First Friday) 

7:00 pm

STUDIO THEATER SCREENING:

PERCEPTION  ISN’T ALWAYS REALITY: Community Video Sketchbook                                                Free admission. Cash bar.

Artists’ submissions to the Video Sketchbook accepted through January 29nd.       Information and prospectus at storystitchers.org.

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Photo by Taron, Stitchers Teen Council

Sunday, Feb 14th

12:00 Stitchers Fan Club Selfies and 12:30-2:00  Show

Suggested donation $10. All ages.

STUDIO THEATER PERFORMANCE:

PROJECT PERCEPTION: A Reality Runway Show with Qristyl Frazier

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Qristyl Frazier Designs

A Reality Runway Show with Qristyl Frazier, MC Mr. K.P. Dennis and Stitchers Teen Council. The public is invited to explore themes of fashion, identity and biases through music and play with used clothing, games and discussion.

Sponsored by

Kranzberg Arts Center, Avalon Exchange and Regional Arts Commission

the clothesline and 4-H Youth Futures University of Missouri Extension Services

 

Qristyl Frazier dazzles the “plus” community with her exhilarating designs shown on her exclusive website Qristyl Frazier Designs.com. Qristyl Frazier Designs is a high fashioned clothing line that graced its presence within the curvy community beginning in 2006. Qristyl has gained a vast amount of media attention from around the world including the Steve Harvey Show, Project Runway, All on the Line with Joe Zee, The Rachel Ray Show, Essence magazine and more.