January 29th at Black Sheep: “Protests and Punk Shows” – Presentation by Stephen Houldsworth


Ready for some new things happening at Black Sheep in the year 2016? We are going to be trying something a little different here on Friday, January 29th and that is that we will be hosting a presentation/performance by Stephen Houldsworth- St. Louis based photographer, and activist as well as many other things. You may recognize Stephen as one of the photographers taking photos at Dumb Fest 3-D this past summer. Here is a quick description of what will be happening, taken from a similar event held earlier this month in St. Louis:

Love him or hate him, you have to admit Stephen Houldsworth has opinions and is not afraid to share them. In this one-man show, “Protest & Punk shows, while making other plans,” Houldsworth will share stories and spoken-word pieces, as well as answer audience questions, about his life as an activist, music fan, artist, academic, and cultural critic. Whether in the streets of Ferguson. the DIY basements of South city, or the boardrooms of the regions most venerable institutions, Houldsworth brings his unique perspective to all his experiences – and, for one night only, you can take a journey inside his thoughts and feelings.

We encourage anyone and everyone to come out to this! Doors for this will open at 7:00 pm and the presentation will kick off at 7:30 pm. There is also a possibility of a band or two playing an aftershow in Dumb Records or Southtown Studio. Admission will be $5, and any additional donations will go towards activist causes. Find a facebook event for this right here. Check out our shows page for a look at what else is planned for 2016 in Southtown.


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