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CHEMICAL MAKEUP
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Come support the queer voice in science! Join Chemical Makeup at House of Yes for a day and evening of fundraising, art, music, dancing, food, and more! Chemical Makeup is Bushwick-based organization who seeks to promote queer voices in science. We accomplish this by hosting research conferences, where queer scientists can present their current work to a broad audience. In the future, we are starting a project that seeks to make science more accessible to the public by teaming together artists and scientists. These teams will create large, interactive exhibits that allow visitors to engage with modern science, conducted by queers, through the lens of artistic creation. For this fundraiser, we have music from AKKI, Tr(otter), and cakewalk; vending including: food (The Wheelhouse and La Lupe), coffee (Millie's), fashion (Actually on Dirt and Oha), cards and prints (J Caress Studios), and several others; and an art show curated by Sarah Lillz. Doors at 2:30pm 21+ ::::::: Consent Policy ::::::: Behave with beauty, connect with intention. We are obsessed with Consent. Always ASK before touching anyone in our House. Always ASK before photographing your fellow patrons. Photos of our performers are welcome and encouraged. If someone is violating your boundaries or harassing you, please speak to a security guard or any staff member. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment. If you feel something, say something, and we will help. Questions about consent culture at House of Yes? Let us know: consent@houseofyes.org. ::::::: Community and Accessibility ::::::: This is a space for everyone to feel welcome and loved. Racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, or any other form of discrimination will not be tolerated at our House. All restrooms in our venue are gender neutral. Everyone is free to use the restroom that best fits their gender identity or expression. All entrances and spaces within the venue are single-level. There are stairs leading to the upper portions of the stage, for those who wish to dance in the spotlight. Strobe lights are used during performances and parties.