Wednesday, July 10
Lunchtime Series: The Youth/Elders Project- Queer, but make it art
In this session we look at the impact 2SLGBTQ+ communities have had on arts and pop culture - and vice versa. Come prepared to talk about queer art movements, queer arts role in social justice, and the artists (and divas) who have inspired you
Responding to the continued need to create spaces for queer intergenerational dialogue, In Conversation is a space for formal and informal discussions about topics of interest and salient issues within our communities. In March and April, we will host four round table discussions. You are invited to participate and talk, or just listen. Some weeks will feature specially invited guests to speak intimately on the themes and topics.
In Conversation is open to queer youth, elders, and folks of any age interested in conversation across queer generations. No artistic experience necessary. Hosted by Daniel Carter and LeZlie Lee Kam.
Neville's Next Gen Night
ASL Interpreted Event
Generously supported by Neville Austin.
Stories from the Fringe
Artists, staff, volunteers, friends, and more share their stories from Fringe’s past. Some are heart-warming, some are horrifying, some are downright hilarious, but all show why Fringe rocks.