This Friday Leo Felipe disembarks in Buenos Aires to continue expanding the party auto-ethnography of “Universal History of the After”, the book recently published by Caja Negra. At the meeting, local activities will be carried out with “Estudios de la Noche”, a series of activations where the lines that go from words to music and from speech to dance are continued, with collectives and artists invited to participate in this culture of resistance against coded fun. There will be talks and performance around the dance floor, a documentary show of photographic records about the night and a closing party. From 7:00 p.m. the presentation of “Universal History of the After” begins and a program to sweat on the slopes. Track 1: “Organize the party”, a collective assembly with the participation of Lacura, Family affair, Orgie, Fusion Dance, 808 and Hiedrah Club de Baile, moderated by a special guest and Ezequiel Fanego. Track 2: “Contagios: Visual Arts, Performance and Party” with Nicanor Aráoz, Carrie Bencardino, Franz Vicha and moderation by Silvio Lang. Track 3: “Hablar de fiesta” with Leo Felipe in conversation with Alejo Ponce de León and GB. Also: “Documenting future files”, an exhibition of photographs by Ivi Maiga Bugrimenko, Archivo Isla, Martina Suárez, Julián Carlotto, Image Creators, Santo Seventino and curatorship by Candelaria Mele Helguera. To close: mega midnight party commanded by Family Affair and Colectivo Lacura. Friday, November 18 from 7:00 p.m. in Tacheles, Alsina 1475.


The small art pop orchestra led by the singer-songwriter Paula Trama performs a live show to tour their five released albums and present unpublished songs from the upcoming album, along with special guests and surprises. Thus, the band closes its “Nobody sleep Tour”, the first tour carried out outside of Argentina. Saturday, November 19 at 9:00 p.m. at the El Nacional Sancor Seguros theater, Av. Corrientes 960.


Transplatinum Baroque: Gauchas Cyberpunk. The dance opera produced by Ópera Periférica premieres, working on the intervention of Spanish Baroque archives, mixing noise, pop and post-punk materials, where identities in transition produce and circulate new knowledge to create other cartographies of the territory Argentinian. Nube, Jorge Thefs, Mabel, Elizabeth Débora Domínguez and Esteban Manzano participate. Thursday, November 24 at 9:00 p.m. at Dumont4040, Santos Dumont 4040.


Free Drama. Afectariado Combativo invites to a concert, odes and conjures romantic love together with a community of rote friends who cry, laugh and sing the pains of “romantic love” internalized by the sentimental education of heterosexual culture. Silvio Lang, Valentine, Cane La Fox, Gabriela Areal, Ani Johnston, Tcabrerac and many more participate. Wet opening with Vicha DJ Set and fiery closing with MAIS + Pamelo B2B. Sunday, November 20 at 7:00 p.m. in Munar, Av. Don Pedro de Mendoza 1555.


Skins. Women & Writing. How we inscribe our bodies. Cycle of readings on the poetic journey that goes through different stages from fiction: a dreamlike state that reveals a metamorphosis through the unconscious epic struggle. They read Gabriela Aristegui, Flor Codagnone, Eugenia Coiro, Rita Corigliano, Virginia Janza, Maga Levin, Karina Maccio and Gabriela Orlandi. Friday, November 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Haroldo Conti Memory Cultural Center, Av. Del Libertador 8151.

Pleasure #8: Cupid. New pre-holiday edition of the cycle of conversations and activities coordinated by Tati Español, with an entrepreneurship fair, conversation, DJ Set of Victoria and Las Maquinas and musical closing by Macha Kiddo. Sunday, November 20 at 8:00 p.m. at Casa Brandon, Luis María Drago 236.

Poetry on the Terrace #66. Interior scaffolding. Poetry readings, performances and a fair for poetry publishers with the participation of Elena Anníbali, Teresa Arijón, Sebastián Báez, Sabrina Barrego, Alejandra Bosch, Melina Alexia Varnavoglou and Susana Villaba, to inhabit and unravel the world in a place of encounter and transformation through the body, the imagination and the word. Sunday, November 20 from 3:00 p.m. at the Haroldo Conti Memory Cultural Center, Av. Del Libertador 8151.


Feminism and environment. You can now download the collective book that presents the results of the research of the call promoted within the framework of the CLACSO and UN Women alliance, to deepen and expand the studies that articulate feminisms and ecology with themes such as feminism and environment from the academia, public policy and social activism. Available at


Cement. New performance of the work anchored in a story of heartbreak set in the 80s, with dramaturgy and direction by Consuelo Iturraspe, which is immersed in an epistolary performative narration and at the same time constitutes a farewell, a poem about loss, an intimate and painful towards the past without the possibility of other possible times. Friday, November 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the courtyard of the Casa del Bicentenario, Riobamba 985.


Apocalypse Festival. New edition of the multidisciplinary festival: Jugo de Basura, Paraíso Furgón and Los Pro y los Contra play live. Lee Caro with Insomnio, visuals by Porno Rosa and an expo by Fawn Pereyra. Friday, November 18 from 8:00 p.m. at Batacazo Cultural, Medrano 627.

Third Festival of Musical Improvisation with Signs. New edition of the festival that proposes a space for meeting, training and creation in the field of musical improvisation, created on three improvisation practices used in the world: Rhythm and Percussion with signs, Conduction and Soundpainting. Complete programming at Sunday 20 and Monday 21 November from 12 at the Recoleta Cultural Center, Junín 1930.


Rendez-vous with queer tango. Last solo and intimate show with a glass of wine included to witness the recital of the singer Walter Romero together with Matías Tozzola, in a unique night of French-style tanguería. Thursday, November 24 at 8:30 p.m. at the Rendez-Vous Hotel, Bonpland 1484.


Proust experience. Last activities of the days dedicated to the life, work and figure of the writer Marcel Proust. This Friday at 6:30 p.m. the Master Class “Beauty and homosexuality in the work of Proust” will take place by Dr. Valeria Castelló-Joubert and at 8:30 p.m. the only theatrical performance of “Marcel Proust – Music and time”, with texts and music from the novel “In search of lost time”. Friday, November 18 from 6:30 p.m., reservations, tickets and access to streaming at


The performance, between the party and the night. New edition of the cycle of conversations with drag artists within the framework of the SOMOS comics and illustrations exhibition on sexual diversity and gender identities, to address artistic practices, their relationships with night parties and the desires around the practice. In this edition: Kalo and Marta. Pilar Alfaro and Agustina Trupia moderate. Saturday, November 19, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the National Bicentennial House, Riobamba 985.


Plasterman. This Saturday opens the visual art exhibition with construction objects intervened by Roland, bricklayer and queer artist. The exhibition can be visited until December. Saturday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m. in Eloísa Cartonera, Venezuela 3892.


Day of Cis Visibility in Art. The documentary by Euforia Productora is presented, the sequel to the documentary “Cis Visibility Day” in which, on this occasion, different renowned artists come together to organize a multidisciplinary exhibition in tribute to cis identities and their struggle, focused on fully artistic expressions, with a hilarious production that parodies the world of artists, activism and identity struggles. Readings by Susy Shock and music by Fer Della Costa. Wednesday, November 23 from 8:00 p.m. at Casa Brandon, Luís María Drago 236.


Print or die: Self-publishing and Craft Edition. This Friday the workshop dictated by Eric Schierloh (Beard of bees) takes place, thought of as a dynamic space to promote the appearance of new and diverse editorial actors, and bring tools closer to achieve their visibility, continuity and development. Registration open on the Conti website. Friday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m. at the Haroldo Conti Memory Cultural Center, Av. Del Libertador 8151.


New Courses Happy. The rainbow space continues to search its networks for new courses that wish to inhabit its spaces with activities and disciplines such as dance, drag, blacksmithing, philosophy, music, theater, production, literature, botany, self-defense and the like, made by and for the lgbtiq+ community . All information and registration on Instagram: @felizarcoiris