- UC Santa Cruz
- The Arts
Prof. Beth Stephens Ecosexual Lecture and Walking Tour at Walker Museum
Ecosexual Presentation, 7 pm
Assume the position with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens as they share the history of their 15 years of collaboration as part of the ecosexual revolution.
Ecosexual Walking Tour, 9:30 pm
Make love with the Earth on a walking tour with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens through the galleries. The duo is committed to making environmentalism more sexy, fun, and diverse. Meet in the Cargill lounge.
1750 HENNEPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55403
Outsider Festival Legacy Award
LEGACY AWARD: ANNIE SPRINKLE AND BETH STEPHENS
Featuring, "Assuming the Ecosexual Position—A Show & Tell Performative Lecture"
Friday (2/19), 8:30pm, Salvage Vanguard Theater (2803 Manor Rd.)
Annie and Beth will weave together stories of their adventures in love, sex, death and art. Annie was a prolific sex worker who morphed into an internationally known performance artist with her one-woman show, Post Porn Modernist, when she showed her cervix and did sex magic rituals on stage. Beth was a feisty punk dyke playboy, interdisciplinary artist and professor at UCSC exploring themes of gender, queerness and feminism. The two met, fell heels-over-head in love and have collaborated together non-stop ever since. In 2008 Beth and Annie married the Earth and came out as hard-core ecosexuals, and developed a new field of research, “sexecology.” Their Ecosex Manifesto launched a movement and officially added the E to GLBTQI. These girls have gone green and are dirty and proud. See clips from their documentary film about coal mining, Goodbye Gauley Mountain—An Ecosexual Love Story (on Netflix & iTunes) and get a sneak peek of their work-in-progress, Water Makes Us Wet!
**Followed by the presentation of OUTsider's 2016 Legacy Award to Beth and Annie!**