Photo: Shot In the City

Kolmel W Love is part event producer part artist, with their work rooted in archetypes, drag, the romance of history and the role of humor.  As an artist, they believe in play and the unexpected and form or join collaborations including The Sick Collective, The Folsom Street Film Collective and the drag queen feminist collective Womenhouse.
Contact: kolmelwithlove@gmail.com.
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FOR HIRE: Programming, Workshops, Event Videos & Production, and Commissions


Programming & Curation

Mustache Station with Kate Hoffman, Original Plumbing #2 Release Party

Mustache Station with Kate Hoffman, Original Plumbing #2 Release Party

Kolmel W Love has programmed film screenings independently and for Frameline: SF International LGBT Film Festival and The National Queer Arts Festival. FILM PROGRAMS

W Love has created events and performance evenings including the gallery installation and performance of Womenhouse (a SF drag queen feminist collective), the traveling cart known as The Mustache Station (created and performed with Kate Hoffman), and the performance series The News.


Workshops

Kolmel W Love holds weekend workshops and semester long classes in 8mm & 16mm filmmaking, camera building, film editing and alternative processes. To find a workshop near you or to book a workshop or course at your school, email the artist at kolmelwithlove@gmail.com.


Event Production & Video Installations

Video still from Studio 54 themed event, SF LGBT Center Annual Gala

Video still from Studio 54 themed event, SF LGBT Center Annual Gala

Kolmel W Love & Alex Albers, create videos designed for installation at events and galas. 
EVENT VIDEOS

In addition to the creation of original events, W Love has a wide range of experience working film festivals, music festivals, street fairs, performances, galas and corporate events. Experience includes: production, hospitality, publicity, outreach, technical assistance, and house & stage management.
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Portrait Commissions

Ever wanted a performance driven portrait of yourself created in the style of famous feminist performance artists and executed by drag queens? Who wouldn't?!

Photo: Cabure Bonugli, courtesy of SOMArts

Photo: Cabure Bonugli, courtesy of SOMArts

Commission a portrait of yourself or a friend, lovingly created by Sue Casa using her "vagina" (in the style of Shigeko Kubata's 'Vagina Painting' NY, 1962) and Lydia Brunch using her "hair" (in the style of Janine Antoni's 'Loving Care,' London, 1993). First portrait created at Womenhouse
PICTURES AND DETAILS

Sue Casa & Lydia Brunch will be the life, or possible death, of your event!  Email for rates!