JOINS CLUB SKIRTS DINAH SHORE WEAdd NewEKEND’S CELEBRATION OF
THE 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE L WORD
ICONIC CAST MEMBERS KATE MOENNIG (SHANE), LEISHA HAILEY (ALICE) AND LAUREL HOLLOMAN (TINA) EXCLUSIVELY REUNITE AT THE DINAH’S “L WORD POOL PARTY” PRESENTED IN ASSOCIATION WITH SHOWTIME
PALM SPRINGS, CA – Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend has just announced the addition of Laurel Holloman to its celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the L Word’s TV premiere.
Holloman, better known as Tina Kennard, will be joining her former co-stars Kate Moennig (Shane McCutcheon) and Leisha Hailey (Alice Pieszecki) for an exclusive cast member reunion at the Dinah’s “L Word Pool Party” presented in association with Showtime.
The L Word actress and accomplished painter will be showing and selling her prints of a series entitled “Written on the Body”, poolside at the Palm Springs Hilton Hotel, all day, Saturday, April 5 during the L Word Pool Party and Sunday April 6 during the “Wet & Wild Pool Party”.
Holloman’s appearance at the Dinah will mark her second exclusive private showing for Club Skirts, something she wanted to give to her fans and art lovers for their continuous support. Dinah attendees will be able to purchase posters of her pieces and meet with The L Word star that will be on hand to personally sign each copy.
We all remember the famous episode in Season One that saw Shane, Alice, Jenny, and Dana embark on an eventful road trip to The Dinah. Not only did we found out about Bette and Tina’s first kiss, were privy to a few comical moments between the gang, got introduced to weird Tonya, but most importantly we also were given for the first time ever on national TV an exclusive preview of what the legendary Dinah Shore weekend was all about.
Now a decade later, Club Skirts and SHOWTIME are proudly commemorating the nostalgia of a memorable era in lesbian culture that celebrated out loud our “girls in tight dresses who drag with mustaches” with three of its most beloved characters!
Holloman began her film career with her breakout role as Randy Dean in The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love. She has appeared in many independent and feature films including Boogie Nights and Tumbleweeds. Most recently she had an18 episode stint on TeenNick’s Gigantic, which co-starred Meryl Streep’s daughter Grace Gummer. But it was her iconic role as Tina Kennard opposite Jennifer Beals (aka Bette Porter) on The L Word that not only earned her a Golden Satellite Award as Best Actress in a Drama series, but also captured our hearts and forever got her the undivided attention of millions of lesbians around the world.
Since the launch of her studio, LaurelHollomanStudio.net , Holloman’s artistic career has naturally evolved from painting for charities, to solo exhibits in Europe. After hosting her first two solo art shows “Coeur Libre” and “Free Falling” in Paris, France, and Venice, Italy, respectively, she recently presented her new exhibition of large scale murals called “All The World Inside” at the sumptuous “Palazzo Italia” in Berlin, Germany.
One of her greatest acknowledgement in the art world came in June 2013 when she was invited to exhibit her painting, “Swell,” in the 55th “Biennale”, the prestigious international arts festival held in Venice, Italy. In addition, in 2012 “Let Me Fall” sold for a record 125,000 Euros – a breaking price point record for female painters.
A true Renaissance woman, Holloman is at once a talented actress, exquisite painter and devoted mother to her two daughters Lola and Nala. And before hopping on her next flight to Europe for another exhibition of her spectacular portfolio, she will be at The Dinah in Palm Springs, CA, autographing posters of her “Written on the Body” artwork for fans to add to their L Word memorabilia collection!
“Holloman’s paintings take us elsewhere, and at the end of the day, this is what art is all about” – Lea Mattarella, art critic La Repubblica
“Holloman has created an oeuvre that distances itself from all attempts at facile art categorization. Her paintings are timeless, neither backward looking nor asserting a renewal of any specific theoretical concept of what painting ought to achieve.” – Gesine Borcherdt, review from ALL THE WORLD INSIDE, Berlin, Germany
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