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Kumalicious: Folsom Edition!
September 22, 2019 2:00 am - 4:00 am PDT
Grab Your Sketch Books, and Kinky Leather Gear!
We are super excited to have the folks from KUMALICIOUS return to Strut to help us celebrate Folsom Leather month!
Salon KUMALICIOUS: Folsom Edition and Strut invite you to come draw the hot and hunky Queer bigger men of color posing in their finest gear, leathers, fetish and kink accessories in celebration of Folsom Street Fair Month. Whether it’s your one-stop destination or just one stop on your way to other Folsom festivities, we invite you to come draw, snack, buy KUMALICIOUS art, enter to win BLICK brand art supplies, and have fun!
Salon KUMALICIOUS: Folsom Edition doors open at 6:30 PM (Draw Session starts at 7:00 PM).
Please Note: Drawing/Painting encouraged. Electronic tablets are permitted.
No Photography at all of the event or the models will be permitted. People who break this house rule will be asked to leave.
Drawing supply rental courtesy of Blick Art Materials (an assortment of sketch books, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, markers, etc.) available on a first-come, first-served basis.
KUMALICIOUS (KOO-MAH-LISH-US) is an art brand and traveling exhibition showcasing the work of over two dozen artists selected from across the globe that depict and celebrate both the allure and beauty of Queer bigger men of color inspired by Gay Japanese Manga. From gachimuchi (“chubby muscle”) to BDSM eroticism, KUMALICIOUS explores various aspects of sensuality with visual works influenced by Gay Japanese Manga genres popularized by canon artists such Jiraiya, Gengoroh Tagame, and Seizoh Ebisubashi. KUMALICIOUS seeks to provide a rare glance at and shine a spotlight on underrepresented populations often neglected in mainstream art.
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Accessibility: There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.