Bookmaker and badass Trinie Dalton joins us this Saturday as part of Snow in the Desert, an activated art space for women at Ace Hotel Palm Springs, along with artist Eve Fowler, magician/musician Abby Portner, artist Anna Sew Hoy, pastry maverick and painter Leah Rosenberg, and other incredible peeps including host and co-founder of First Person Magazine and Living Arts Fund, Betty Nguyen, who DJs women producers, singers and songwriters Saturday night in the Amigo Room.
As illustrated above, Trinie’s work recently moved Thurston Moore to epistolary splendor.
Here’s the full schedule for the weekend — it’s going to be a kind of unprecedented mix of poolside lounging and artistic power that could just change the world.
SATURDAY MAY 5
Magician and musician Abby Portner DJs and performs live with a set that invites you to improvise with her as she provides instruments and a framework of vibrations.
Leah Rosenberg, head pastry chef and artist from Blue Bottle Cafe in San Francisco and at SFMoMA, prepares a DIY sno-cone station where participants can select from locally foraged ingredients to build their own flavor combinations.
Bookmaker and badass Trinie Dalton sets up a collage art book station where you can make your own mini books.
The inimitable Anna Sew Hoy leads a “make your own talisman” table with clay, leather cords and beads.
10pm-2am Amigo Room
Curator, artist and First Person Magazine and Living Arts Fund founder Betty Nguyen spins an homage to both women and Cinco de Mayo. She’ll be curating songs by women producers, singers and songwriters, coordinating the decades chronologically — 50’s girl groups early on, then 70’s disco singers, then Latin freestyle jams into the wee hours.
SUNDAY MAY 6
DJ Dorian Garry plays mellow-vibed, long-playing, smooth jams. A tour manager by day, and a devotee who knows music inside and out.
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