Van, WA's Saturday in the Park. Photo by Kathy Belge.
The 2012 Saturday In The Park Planning committee invites you to submit your logo ideas to be used in conjunction with our advertising and our event on July 14, 2012. This is a great chance to have your talent and artwork viewed by a wide range of individuals, businesses and community sponsors. It is also a way to gain [...]
Femme2012: Pulling the Pieces Together is a multi-threaded conference and forum for those who think about, talk about, and create Femme as a queer gender and identity.
Following our Femme2006, 2008, and 2010 conferences in San Francisco, Chicago, and Oakland, where hundreds of femmes and allies gathered for workshops, panels, films, visual art galleries, and performances, we again invite femmes of all kinds and their allies to continue the conversation [...]
In a press release we received from organizer Samuel Thomas it was announced that the Portland FREE Music Project has opened up submissions for the 2nd annual Portland Queer Music Festival!
Last year saw over 30 performing acts on two stages and over 500 attendees making it one of the largest GLBTQ music festivals on the West Coast.
This all day, all inclusive, festival will take place in July and [...]
Ally Picard, local photographer (Bloodhound Photography), nail artist (Nailed by Ally), and previous qPDX contributor has probably caught you giving your best Zoolander stare at some club night you can’t remember but had the best time at. Her work is both fun and insightful. And now she’s been given the reigns to curate an art show for the Q Center this November.
November is Transgender Awareness Month so the community [...]
A Day with HIV in America 2010 submission
This September 21st is the 2nd annual Day with HIV in America, and they are looking for contributions from you. A project of Positively Aware, a magazine devoted to HIV treatment and wellness, Day with HIV aims to tell the stories of those affected by HIV and AIDS by capturing a collective portrait of those living with the virus.
The magazine [...]
Editor: Abby Jackson Publisher: Push Press Deadline for Submissions: June 1, 2011
They say “Third time’s a charm,” but the first time is always the most memorable! Abby Jackson is looking for your true, sexy, sweet, explicit, and down-right dirty stories for the anthology Passionate Kisses: Intimate Stories of First-Time Lesbian Love, forthcoming from Push Press.
Incoming search terms:passionate kisses with lesbianslesbian storiesintimate lesbian lovelesbian first love storiesfirst lesbian [...]
Portland Open Studios PR contact Careen Stoll is looking to expand the diversity of POS artists and wanted to reach out to qPDX readers specifically in her search for queer artists.
Call to Artists
Deadline March 15, 2011
Jury: Mark Woolley, Elise Wagner, Modou Dieng
October 8, 9 and 15, 16
All artist studios open both weekends
Application at www.portlandopenstudios.com
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS * PLEASE POST WIDELY
We, the editors, are three trans artists who believe art and literature are two of the most vital parts to our world today. At this moment, there is no magazine which brings all transgender, transsexual and gender variant writers and artists to the forefront. We believe it is time to publish such a magazine!
The purpose of Bodies of Work is to publish [...]
Portland State University‘s Queer Resource Center presents the ninth annual Trans Day of Remembrance and is looking for transgender, transexual and genderqueer/gendernaut performers, artists, speakers, workshop facilitators and volunteers. To Submit please email a short description of your proposal and a detail budget to email@example.com. There will also be a public meeting in the upcoming weeks where PSU students and non-students can get involved and give feedback on what they [...]
SOUL REVOLUTION: A video document of Riot Grrrl’s ongoing legacy
*New, extended deadline: July 31!
Did Riot Grrrl (or any variety of DIY/punk feminism) change your life?
Whatever gender you are, whether you’re in your 40s or in your teens, whatever punk rock feminism means to you—we want to hear from you.
We (Cat Tyc and Sara Marcus) are making an interactive video installation at girlstothefront.com, in conjunction with [...]