7.12.14 Stories of Queer Diaspora / by Sharmi Basu

My work will be featured in a short animated film by A. "Q" Quintero and TextaQueen. It is an excerpt from my track: Judgement/Rebirth

More info below:

Join us in celebrating how Queer im/migrant and 1st/2nd generation folks unapologetically navigate their bodies, gender, culture, sexuality, and history through a night of intergenerational performance art, dance, music, mixed media, and spoken word!

Stories of Queer Diaspora
Curated by Erika Vivianna Céspedes
Saturday, July 12th, 2014
$10/ 6:30pm

La Peña Cultural Center 
3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94705

Buy your tickets early. This event will sell out! 

**Folks who buy tickets through EVENTBRITE, thank you so much for your support! Please plan to arrive early to claim your tickets this Saturday! We'll have tons of amazing tablers and art on display in the lobby. Please note because this event sells out every year, the venue will start to release unclaimed tickets by 6:45pm**

Guest Artists include: 
*Nazbah Tom
*Candy Guinea
*Jaq Victor
*Dezi Solèy
*Rani Marcos
*Karlita Flores
*Mitali Purkayastha
*A."Q" Quintero
*TextaQueen
*Sarah Cargill
*Maya Bakshani
*Ana María Agüero Jahannes
*Danny Robles
*Jasmine Le Blanc
*Fabian Romero 
*Aimee M. Espiritu

Hosted by: Yosimar & Kat Evasco
DJ Essex on the ones and twos

Flyer Design: Lexx Valdez
http://lexxdigs.com/

Follow us: www.facebook.com/sqd13
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In 2012 & 2013, this intergenerational series successfully showcased over 50+ QTPOC intergenerational artists and sold out The Mission Cultural Center to a crowd full of beautifully fierce jotatistas. This year in 2014, SQD launched it’s second annual paid 6 week creative writing workshop for youth in partnership with Youth Speaks led by Yosimar Reyes. All resources raised through this grassroots organized series go directly to paying artist stipends and developing independent arts education spaces for Queer/Questioning youth of color.
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La Peña is located on Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley, 2 blocks away from the Ashby Bart Station. This venue is wheelchair accessible, will have a scent free seating area, and has no stairs upon entrance. For any requests or questions please feel fully welcome to email callequmbia@gmail.com