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SEEP: Fluidity in Body & Landscape

February 26, 2014 - March 2, 2014

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The action of seeping implies both a non-controlled event (something bleeding or blurring into something else) and a controlled event (the pouring or releasing of something so that it will seep or morph). Fluidity also implies reactions to the introduction of a variable (such as illness, disability or exile), or active/chosen changes in form (such as embracing gender fluidity or transition).

The Artists
Sandra Alland, Ebony Rose Dark, Elenor Einhorn, Nathan Gale, Frida Khatoon, Lawrence, Li Moran, Chris Red, Alison Smith, Steadfast, Evi Tsiligaridou, Ania Urbanowska & Maki Yamazaki

Plus Open Barbers!

SEEP: Fluidity in Body & Landscape

Wednesday, 26 February – Saturday, 1 March
Starts 7:30pm sharp each day

Tickets cost £3 on the door and can be paid for in cash only. There may be tickets available on the day, but reserving via email (cachin@blissfultimes.ca) is strongly suggested as the space is small.

Media Education, 183 Dalry Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2EB

Wheelchair access, BSL interpreted, audio description, subtitled films, Braille & Large Print programmes

Cachín Cachán Cachunga! and Scottish Transgender Alliance present SEEP – a theatrical, verbally-described and BSL-interpreted tour through an exhibition by trans* & queer artists, followed by film and performances. CCC promotes LGBTQ artists, with an added focus on disabled and Deaf, migrant and racialised communities. Curated by Sandra Alland. A wheelchair-accessible, ticketed event (no latecomers).

Open Barbers, Potluck Brunch

& Final Exhibition Viewing of SEEP

Sunday, 2 March, noon-6pm
Free, Pay What You Can (PWYC) haircuts

Media Education, 183 Dalry Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2EB

Wheelchair access, BSL interpreted

Featuring Open Barbers performing ‘haircuts for all genders and sexualities’. Don’t miss our community potluck brunch – and your last chance to experience the art exhibition, ‘SEEP: Fluidity in Body & Landscape’. Presented by Cachín Cachán Cachunga! with the assistance of Scottish Transgender Alliance. PWYC haircuts, free admission, wheelchair accessible. Bring food if you can!

IMPORTANT: Appointments for Open Barbers will be by sign-up sheet starting at noon. However, if you cannot wait around because of disability or illness, please email cachin@blissfultimes.ca and we will make a reservation for you.


February 26, 2014
March 2, 2014


STA & Cachín Cachán Cachunga!


Media Education
183 Dalry Road
Edinburgh, EH11 2EB United Kingdom
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