Jennifer presents 10 Erotic Tips at Shag Brooklyn in New York

Posted on May 12, 2011

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

At Brooklyn's new hip retail store, art gallery, and event space, Jennifer will give a "10 Erotic Tips" performance with clips from her upcoming film "Skin. Like. Sun." and all the behind-the-scenes scoop on what it's like making an erotic film.

Jennifer’s making a whirlwind trip through New York especially to do a performance at SHAG Brooklyn, which is a new retail store, art gallery, and event space that aims to “unite sex and art (two things that have lived under the same roof for centuries) and create an environment that is inviting, un-intimidating, fun, and open to all.”

Starting at 6:30pm, Jennifer will share 10 erotic tips she’s discovered while directing her films, offer a peek behind the scenes, and of course she’ll show us a variety of spicy filmclips, including from her soon-to-be-released Dutch/Belgian film collaboration Skin. Like. Sun. (Des Jours Plus Belles Que La Nuit).

Sponsored by the fantastic local brewery Butternuts Beer & Ale. Yum!

We’d be delighted to see you there!

VENUE: SHAG Brooklyn
ADDRESS: 108 Roebling Street @ N. 6th Street (L train to Bedford)
DATE: Tuesday May 24, 2011
TIME: 6:30pm-8:00pm
COST: Free
RESERVATIONS: Not needed
MORE INFO: SHAG Brooklyn site, (347) 721-3302

 

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