Schedule of Events:
1:00-2:00pm---"To Tie the Knot or Knot?": A meeting of those relishing life MARRIAGE FREE! Includes: group discussion, single ceremony, interviews
2:00-4:00pm---"Knot-tying Prep, Negotiations, and Interviews": vow writing, contract negotiations, and interviews.
4:00---Group Wedding Ceremony, Hand fastings--Hear others profess their do's, don'ts, won'ts, can'ts...join in or watch
5:00-7:00pm---Reception: cake, wedding photos and dancing!
Organizer/Host/Blessed Reverend: Internationally unknown artist, Emily Sloan has projects including Napping Affects Performance (NAP), a participation and performance project hosted live for six weeks at Art League Houston and ongoing in Houston, east Texas, and upstate New York; Wash and Hair Wash (a benefit for Japan), public, all day performances hosted by Gallery 1724 (Houston); Salon des Refusés: artwork rejected from Lawndale Art Center's The BIG Show; Funeral Party, a life and death experience performed at 14 Pews, January 1, 2011; curating the TX BI 2011; and is the artist-in-residence at 14 Pews. In her free time she enjoys impersonating and experiencing life as investigative reporter Marvin Zindler through her alter ego, investigative performer Zarvin Mindler.
About 14 Pews: Located at 800 Aurora St., Houston, Texas 77009, this Houston landmark is the oldest white wooden church in the Heights. Built in 1924, it has housed the Sunset Heights Church of Christ, Aurora Picture Show, and is now home to 14 Pews. 14 Pews is a non-profit microcinema providing regular screenings of independent documentaries and feature films, along with 4 annual film festivals and several affordable film/video educational classes. For more information, please visit: www.14pews.org