ABO is a collective of creators and activists who work to amplify the voices of LGBTQ prisoners through art. By working closely with prison abolitionist and queer advocacy organizations, we aim to keep queer prisoners connected to outside community and help them in the fight toward liberation.
The Art Handlxrs* is a group dedicated to the support and growth of BIPOC, queer, non-binary, and trans people, and womxn* in the professional arts industry as preparators, art handlxrs, technicians, fabricators, and other industry support roles.
Bay Area American Indians Two-Spirits (BAAITS) exists to restore and recover the role of Two-Spirit people within the American Indian/First Nations community by creating a forum for the spiritual, cultural and artistic expression of Two-Spirit people.
The Queer Ancestors Project is devoted to forging sturdy relationships between LGBTQI people and our ancestors. Using history as a linchpin, we build community by providing Queer and Trans artists, age 18 to 26, free interdisciplinary workshops in printmaking, writing, and Queer history.
India Sky’s interdisciplinary art practice of film, dance, acrobatics, music, writing, and storytelling investigates the invisible forces of power, ancestry and spirit that shape her experience, and engages radical imagination as a source for transformation, communion, homecoming, liberation, and survival.
Join Queer Ancestors Project virtually for a reading to celebrate the release of the Queer Ancestors Project Anthology, in collaboration with Foglifter Press and Strut. This event will happen online so you can all tune in from the comfort of your homes.
Sat, May 16 at 7pm
ABO Comix is taking preorders for a COVID-19 Anthology by Queer Prisoners. The anthology will feature comics, artwork, poetry and short stories about how the pandemic is affecting people inside prisons nationwide.
The mission of In Lak’ech Dance Academy is to co-create a community of queer and trans dancers to celebrate our resilience, nurture our collective strength and heal from oppression. Through our visibility and artistic expression, we are redefining the Latin dance community as a safe and affirming space for all gender identities and sexualities.
Still Here asks what can we learn from the incredible loss our community experienced during the AIDS epidemic of the 80s and 90s? How we can stand up for each other in the face of ongoing loss today? What is “home” and how do we keep it and hold it down for one another today?
The San Francisco Trans March is San Francisco’s largest transgender Pride event and one of the largest trans events in the entire world. It’s always the Friday of Pride weekend and thousands of people attend.