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Every Nigga Is A Star Trek Club Event

August 6 @ 10:00 pm August 7 @ 2:00 am UTC-5

338 W 23rd St
New York, New York United States
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This is the main club event for the Black Bliss Rave Exhibition. **Update – this event is limited capacity and invite only. For the general public, please come by for the open studio hours on Sunday.

So what is Every Nigga Is A Star Trek about?

Every Nigga Is A Star Trek is a dreamscape that exists to connect Black people to the bliss we so rightly deserve. It is a meeting ground to reclaim and reimagine our accessibility to bliss. It is beyond the physical realm, and instead a portal of the senses experienced through community.

What does the night look/feel like?

Every Nigga Is A Star Trek invites its passengers to journey through varying galaxies of Black bliss. Through experiential design, visual imagery, and creative production the dreamscape will offer multiple opportunities for guests to engage in bliss autonomously. All activities stations have been intentionally designed to follow a gradual progression of participation and stamina as the night moves. It is our hope that every Black person who experiences the dreamscape will feel empowered to create and sustain their own portal of joy.

***Every Nigga Is A Star Trek centers Black people and Black joy. With this in mind, we’d like to distinguish the space as a BIPOC-folx only social experience.

Main Nightclub Event

***Note: There will be a playlist on throughout the night until the live DJ set. 

10 PM Start Time

10 PM-11 PM 

  • Arrival
  • Mingle
  • Exploration of Space

11:30 PM-12:15 AM

  • Arrival 
  • Chill Zone Activity (Meditation Sound Bath)
  • Exploration of Space

12:30 AM-1:30 AM

  • Dance/Vogue Performance
  • Callouts

1:30 AM-3:30 AM

  • DJ Set
  • Soul Train Line

This event is part of the Pink Flamingo: Clubs In Flux Group Exhibition at the cell theatre.

A note on accessibility: Unfortunately, the cell is not wheelchair-accessible and visitors must go up a flight of stairs to access the space on the second floor.

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