2022 Program

We're almost done announcing our program for 2022. Below you'll find our complete music and drag lineups for this year. Speakers, visual artists and timeslots will be announced soon, so check back.

2021 Artists

Analog Soul

Music Artist
NYC

BEIGE

Music Artist
Detroit

br0nze_g0dd3ss

Music Artist
Brooklyn

Brian Siewiorek

Music Artist
Pittsburgh

Chad Beisner

Music Artist
Pittsburgh / WeHo

Charlene

Drag Artist
NYC

Chris Cruse

Music Artist
LA / Berlin

Ciel

Music Artist
Toronto

Davis Galvin

Music Artist
Pittsburgh

deep creep

Music Artist
NYC

Doc Sleep

Music Artist
Berlin

Dynasty

Drag Artist
Pittsburgh

E. Molina

Music Artist
Berlin

Father of Two

Music Artist
Pittsburgh

Five

Music Artist
New Orleans

Heartthrob

Music Artist
Maui / Berlin

Heavy Pleasure

Music Artist
Kailua, HI / Seattle

Jake Muir

Music Artist
Berlin / LA

Jeffrey Sfire

Music Artist
Detroit

Kiernan Laveaux

Music Artist
Pittsburgh

Lakuti & Tama Sumo

Music Artist
Berlin

DJ Ladylane (A Space for Sound)

Music Artist
Brooklyn

Maxi Pad

Drag Artist
Cleveland

Mez

Music Artist
LA

musclecars

Music Artist
NYC

Nishkosheh

Music Artist
Chicago

Peach

Music Artist
London / Toronto

PISSY

Drag Artist
Pittsburgh

Remy Black

Drag Artist
Pittsburgh

rRoxymore

Music Artist
Berlin

Ryan Smith

Music Artist
NYC

Shaun J. Wright

Music Artist
Chicago

Simisea

Music Artist
NYC

Sister Zo

Music Artist
NYC / Kansas City

sold

Music Artist
Chicago

SPRKLBB

Music Artist
Brooklyn

Turtle Bugg

Music Artist
NYC / NJ

T.Wan

Music Artist
Seattle / NYC

Tyler Ashley, The Dauphine

Drag Artist
Brooklyn

DJ Wawa

Music Artist
NYC

Hearsay: 2022 Speaker Series

Each year, we feature queer speakers from our community that speak to pressing topics within the community. We're proud to announce our speakers for 2022, curated by Dylan M. Harris.

2021 Artists

Thursday

Circle of Whispers - 12:30pm

Harrison Apple

Uncommited Queer Histories

Harrison Apple, PhD, is an artist, archivist, and historian of Pittsburgh's long history with after-hours night clubs. They are the cofounder of the Pittsburgh Queer History Project and Associate Director of the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University.

Friday

Circle of Whispers - 12:30pm

Dr. Mika

Queer Eco-Futures

Mika is a trained climate scientist and Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She imagines ways that artists and designers can collaborate with climate scientists to better communicate and conduct climate science research. She has been invited to speak on the role of scientists, artists, and citizens in building post-climate change worlds, and continues to be vocal about the urgency of addressing the climate crisis.

Saturday

Circle of Whispers - 12:30pm

Travis L. Williams

Queer Musings on Racial Capitalism, Global Disaster, and Critical Pedagogy at the End of the World

Dr. Travis Leonard Williams (he/him) is an environmental sociologist working at the intersections of race, culture, and ecology. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he teaches on race and racism, environmental sociology, and social movements. He is also the creator of a multi-year dialogic symposium and public forum called Racial Ecologies of the South, which highlights and supports the work of grassroots community organizers and critical scholars working at the intersection of race and ecology in the southern U.S. A passionate public educator, his teaching style is directly influenced by the work of Paulo Freire as well as his own existence as a self-affirming, community-oriented, trauma-informed Black queer neurodivergent homo sapien existing in these so-called United States.

Mindfulness Happenings

Resetting your body and mind during a week like this is crucial, and we've brought together a group of incredible people to help you with that. Here's what's on tap during Campout.

2021 Artists

Thursday

The Clearing - 2pm-3pm

G. (Giustina) Easton

Subtle Body Yoga

Explore the interoceptive map of the central nervous system and meditative mind-brain-body integration in this somatically precise, alignment-based practice.

Detroit--based G. (Giustina) intersects Yoga with structural Bodywork and anatomical precision for personal liberation and collective care. She recognizes the effects of how cultural and systemic constructs skew our relationship to our body, and utilizes the tools of practice to cultivate self regulation and uplift inner healing.

Thu & Sat

Circle of Whispers - 3pm-4pm

Dylan Harris

Queer Ecology Walks

Nature is queer. It’s unruly, raw, and disruptive. It’s wild. It challenges heteronormative, patriarchal logistics by always being not quite controllable. Nature, like queerness, is hard to pin down, inviting us to sit with and meditate on ways to think, live, love, and exist indeterminably. These walks are meant to be times to reset, to listen and feel nature deeply, and to negotiate our queerness with one another and the world around us. We’ll cruise the woods and river together, thinking about possibility and potential, getting in touch with Four Quarters beyond/beside the dance floor.

Dylan M. Harris is a researcher, storyteller, activist, and organizer. His work focuses on the stories we tell (and don’t tell) about climate change, environmental and energy justice, queer ecologies, labor and environmental history, and increasingly the relationship between histories of debt and ecological transformation. He’s an assistant professor of geography and environmental studies at UCCS, a co-founder of Uneven Earth Press, and committed to several mutual aid organizations. He is also the curator of the 2022 Hearsay Speaker Series.

Thu–Sun

The Clearing - 5pm-6pm

Nick Weilbacher

Skyclad Individuation Yoga

Each day is based on one component of the human psyche, modeled on Carl Jung’s map of the psyche/mind and the theories of Analytical Psychology.

Nick is a RYT-500 instructor/renaissance man. He has advanced training in yoga styles including Vinyasa, Raja, Tantric, and Hatha. He also has conducted graduate research in Jungian Analytical Psychology and with the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, in attempts to understand a scientific approach to the individuation process, finding ways to support others in the quest of mystical experience, transformation and embodying human fullest potential. He believes positive growth occurs when we are real, unmasked, and vulnerable with one another.

Fri & Sat

Hemlock Hole - 10am-1pm

Hue Hallums

Reiki: Heart Focused & Energetic Healing

Brooklyn's Hue Hallums will guide us through a Heart Focused Meditation & Energetic Healing to release blockages and things that no longer serve us. Through heart led intention we will open up a loving space for us to come together as a community to honor ourselves and each other.

Hue is a Shamanic Reiki Master and Spiritual Practitioner.  His work within the nightlife community and beyond has been instrumental for his client’s personal, professional and Spiritual development. Hue’s goal is to help people align with their Higher Self so they can manifest their desires and approach each day with Gratitude.

Fri & Sun

The Clearing - 2pm-3pm

Stephan Young

The Body as a Mirror: Mindful Movement

An approachable mindful movement practice that integrates the body, breath, and mind cultivating an introspective practice.

Stephan traded Chicago skyscraper views for Denver mountain landscapes during the early stages of the pandemic. While it wasn't 'love at first pose' during his college studies, he eventually established a regular yoga practice to help train for two consecutive Chicago half marathons in 2011 and 2012. This foundation helped him complete his 200-hour yoga teacher training in the spring of 2020 and since then he has been working with studios and small nonprofits to teach over 300 classes to kids and adults.

Fri & Sun

The Clearing - 7pm-7:40pm

Robbie Zee

Sensual Movement

This movement series is therapeutic in nature, allowing your sensory system to regulate naturally through sensual somatic integration. Come return to yourself before your night begins.

Robbie specializes in sensual movement, focusing on opening your lower chakras through exploration of your own body. They are a licensed sensory integration therapist as well as professional dancer based in Denver, Colorado.

Saturday

The Clearing - 2pm-3pm

G. (Giustina) Easton

Myofascial Release

Explore the structural integrity of our adobe to balance fascial structures and optimize movement of our currency (energy) through manual and movement exploration of touch.

Detroit--based G. (Giustina) intersects Yoga with structural Bodywork and anatomical precision for personal liberation and collective care. She recognizes the effects of how cultural and systemic constructs skew our relationship to our body, and utilizes the tools of practice to cultivate self regulation and uplift inner healing.

Campout 2021 Schedule

Wednesday

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