Attention girls, gays and theys! Drop your plans this weekend, we’re going to the Polydextrous Reopening Event. Oh, and show up in your best construction gear cause this is a costume party.
Located in Taman Paramount, PJ, Polydextrous Studios is a gender non-specific and all-inclusive collaborative space curated for anyone to explore with their creative minds – and to just have a good time. After a period of renovating the space, Polydextrous is celebrating the end of the makeover with a construction-themed costume party. How fitting!
Birthed in the midst of the pandemic, Polydextrous was founded by freelance photographer Sarah Hobbs, a young Malaysian creative who wanted to found a safe space for those from the LGBTQ+ community, as well as for drag queens to perform freely. Additionally curated to share with like-minded innovators, Polydextrous also serves as a photography studio that is now available for full day rentals.
“So I thought it’d be good to open a space for any form of expression, not just photography. Most of my friends are a part of the community and I don’t want them to feel like they don’t have a space to go to.”
The reopening night will definitely be a lively night with performances and drag acts, including Malaysian-based performers like Darren Luke, Li Yi, Miss BOOM and Miss Keisha.
If you’re interested to check out Polydextrous Studios and watch these exhilarating acts at the reopening event, hop on to their Instagram account @polydextrousstudios