June 30


07:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Stockroom East


Stockroom East

625 East Jefferson Boulevard #Suite C, South Bend, IN 46617

South Bend, IN, US, 46617

A showcase of the diverse and talented LGBTQ+ community in South Bend. Featuring art, music, dance, and more. All are welcome!

A showcase of the diverse and talented LGBTQ+ community in South Bend. Featuring art, music, dance, and more. All are welcome!

Mariah Keener (She/Her)

Mariah Keener is an 28 year old musician who has been singing since the age of two. Since then she has learned to play piano, drums, bass, guitar, trumpet, and ukelele. She has been writing her own music for about 15 years and has written close to 50 songs. She is released her first EP, Light, in 2015. and followed that up with two special projects: Frontlines, a song fighting for racial equality (all proceeds go to Equal Justice Initiative) and Still, a song honoring her late cousin (half of the proceeds go to the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance to help find a cure for the disease he passed away from). During COVID lockdown, she recorded and released her second EP, a live and acoustic set of songs, entitled, Learn to Love. Her forthcoming single Jesus-Loving Queer Kid, will be released on June 30th, 2023. A graduate with two bachelors degrees, Mariah now works as a full time worship leader, producer, freelance musician and singer-songwriter.

Lauren Steinhoffer (She/They)

Angel Horn (She/Her)

Angel Horn, a self-taught artist, is a local creative living in South Bend, Indiana. Known for her expertise in illustrative and expressionism art, she showcases her artistic talents through various mediums including paintings, murals, sculptures, and installations.

By employing vibrant and bold colors alongside evocative imagery, Angel Horn’s creative endeavors seek to inspire wonder and joy. Her transformative touch turns ordinary spaces into catalysts that foster candid conversations and nurture flourishing imaginations.

Statement from the artist:

“During the Covid lockdown, I discovered my passion for art and began my artistic journey. Despite having no prior experience with a paintbrush or sketchbook, I felt the need to engage in a creative pursuit to occupy my time. As someone who has always admired artists and their creative drive, I decided to become one myself and simply started experimenting.”

“Personally, through my artistic endeavors, I find immense fulfillment in bridging together different worlds by creating something that’s universally relatable, through a tangible emotional experience.”

DJ Pam Blair (She/Her)

Pam Blair is an Elkhart/South Bend native, Born Artist, Program assistant for The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame, Diversity Co- facilitator on racial issues, Visual Artist, DJ, Poetess, founder and host of The Poetry Den for over 10yrs. Her Motto is to I.P.M.C (Inspire, Provoke, Motivate, to Create).