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Drag Heel Camp: Learn to be a QUEEN!

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Drag Heel Camp: Learn to be a QUEEN!
Facilitated by Kitty Willow
Saturday, May 9
4-7pm in the Gallery
$30 Member / $35 General Admission
Geared toward ages 18+*

Learn how to become a drag queen in this 3 hour workshop led by Kitty Willow. Kitty will give overviews on:

- Makeup: how to block a brow, cut crease eye makeup, lash stacking, facial contouring basics

- Wig Wear and Care: to lace front or not to lace front, don't shake and go!

- Padding and Undergarments: get the shape you want

This workshop takes place in the Gallery at 3S during artist Rachel Rampleman's Life is Drag exhibit -- complete with runway!


What to bring:

- Clothing & Wigs: Bring your own if you'd like to (not required). Kitty will have some wigs and costumes for you to try on, too!

- Come with your drag name in mind!

- Elmer's Glue Stick - Disappearing Purple kind

- Firm bristle toothbrush

- Makeup: concealer, foundation, contour kit (cream or powder), liquid eyeliner, a few shades of eyeshadow, setting powder, blush, brushes, blending tools


* Drag Heel Camp is geared for ages 18+ due to to mature topics covered in the workshop, but if your teenager is interested in participating, they are welcome providing they have parental consent. Please email for more info.


Would you rather learn to be a KING? We have that workshop too!


About Kitty Willow:

Kitty Willow is a local AFAB Queen with a lifelong love of the art of drag! As a member of the Bunny and the Fox family, she has painted both her face and many props, decor, and set pieces! Somehow this charming drag ingenue is found in the body of a 43 year old Mom with a Master's degree in Art Education.


About the Life is Drag exhibit in the Gallery at 3S:

3S Artspace is proud to partner with multimedia artist Rachel Rampleman. Rachel's exhibit Life is Drag in the Gallery at 3S is a collaboration with dozens of drag kings and queens (including Mike Hawke!) from all over New England . Life is Drag explores subjects like gender, artifice, and spectacle. Rachel's work captures the exuberantly bold and irrepressible personalities who revel in challenging common clichés associated with masculinity and femininity.


Ticket purchases are non-refundable.


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