The Future Is Female: A Celebration of Women in the Arts

The Rialto proudly presents

The Future Is Female: A Celebration of Women in the Arts

Fri · August 24, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Live performances from several of the best female frontwomen our community has to offer including: music from The Sleepless Elite and Damsel In The Dollhouse, a short film about a certain taboo from Megan Brotherton, poetry from Carson Evans, storytelling from Jenny Hatchadorian, and comedy from Aislinn O'Conno, all captained by our favorite local news anchor and MC extraordinaire, Missy O’Malley aka DJ Miss Illaneous, this cruise is set to be an incredible evening.

Upstairs in the Light Box, artworks from Angela Yonke (photography), Meghan Purcell (textile), Marla Goodman (painting), Birdie Bowie (painting), Jasmine Synder, Jane Herzog (textile), Kelly Packer (painting), Carli Shoen (textile), Clara DeWeese (photography), Katie Meyer (printmaking), Tracy Chubbs, Greta Moore (painting), Cristina Marian (painting), Florence MacDonald (jewelry), Lauren Woods (ceramics), Celeste Morans (jewelry) will be available for purchase.

 

Damsel In The Dollhouse
Damsel In The Dollhouse
Damsel in the Dollhouse is Nina Tucciarelli, an artist who has forged a diverse career in music, theatre, dance, photography, costume design, and visual media.
The Sleepless Elite
The Sleepless Elite
Carolina Kehoe (Electric Ukuele, Lead Vocals) and Bay Carter
(Drums), moved from Livingston, Montana, so Carolina could
attend the Berklee School of Music. During this time,
Carolina met Ben Deily of The Lemonheads, who urged
her to begin writing her own music. Having never played
guitar before, she plugged her ukulele into a Fender amp
with the distortion on high and found something she liked;
from that session The Sleepless Elite was born.
Missy O'Malley aka DJ Miss Illaneous
Missy O'Malley aka DJ Miss Illaneous
Missy O’Malley hails from the booming metropolis of Bismarck, North Dakota. She graduated from the University of Dayton, Ohio with a double major in Electronic Media and Spanish after taking semesters in Honolulu and southern Spain.

Missy moved to Bozeman in 2005 to pursue the lifelong dream of being a ski bum. In the winter, she started teaching snowboarding lessons at Bridger Bowl and waiting tables. One fateful afternoon, she waited on the program director Clear Channel Radio who convinced her to quit her day job and start up in radio. She moved around the airwaves, hosting the morning show on MY 103.5 and afternoons and evenings on KissFM.

She eventually started volunteering at Bozeman’s beloved public, alternative, volunteer run station, KGLT as co-host to the Magic Monday show.

Throughout the years, Missy has hosted hundreds of events, DJ-ed everything from bar mitzvahs to clubs, from massive events to weddings.

In the summer of 2016, Missy attended Missouri Auction School and now is a licensed auctioneer.

She started with KBZK in the summer of 2015 as the “1/2 off Dining” host and started on Montana this Morning as a producer, reporter and co-anchor to Chet Layman in February 2016.

When not on air or hosting an event, you can find Missy sliding on the slopes, hiking throughout the valley, gallivanting the globe or taking a much needed nap.
Aislinn O'Connor
Aislinn O'Connor
Comedian Aislinn O’Connor got her start in the Portland, Oregon, standup scene, performing at popular showcases such as Keep It Like a Secret and Fly-Ass Jokes. Since moving to Bozeman in 2016, Aislinn has been a featured performer at local monthly showcases ComedyGate and Cackling Eagles. She also organized a winter 2018 comedy show at the Roxy Theater in Missoula to benefit Montana nonprofits.
Megan Brotherton
Megan Brotherton
Jenny Hatchadorian
Jenny Hatchadorian
Jenny Hatchadorian was an award-winning filmmaker before turning to comedic essays. Her work can be found at Story Club Magazine and on the podcast Everything Good. Her essay New Family won Story Club Cleveland's Audience Award in 2017. She is working on a book of essays.
Venue Information:
Rialto Bozeman
10 West Main St.
Bozeman, MT, 59715