Friday, September 6, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
San Jose, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You might ask, "What is a Queerseañera?" Queerse "to queer oneself" and añera "on a given year marking a milestone." This event is designed combine aspects of Latino culture and LGBTQ identity.
Coming out in the Latino community does not have to be a negative experience; it should be celebrated!
We have a rich legacy of Queer Latino leaders in multiple fields: artists, academics, actors, lawyers, elected officials and community workers. Additionally, Latino values of orgullo(pride), comunidad (community), and familia (family) can create a strong foundation for embracing the full individual.
A Queerseañera is an identity affirming event.
This event will be open to all ages.
*FOOD **Arts and Culture PERFORMANCES***MUSIC**COMMUNITY RESOURCES
7:00-8:00 pm OPEN RECEPTION and RESOURCES
8:00pm - Live Music and PERFORMANCES, AND BAILE
PRE SALE TICKETS
children 0-10: FREE
Youth/Student w ID: $5
Adults over 18: $15
AT The DOOR:
GENERAl Admission $20
Evento Abrierto a todas edades. Estudiantes reciden descuento en el costo de su boleto.
El Programa es bilingue para Latinos de todos paises.
***COMIDA ***PRESENTACIONES***MÚSICA y BAILE**RECURSOS COMUNITARIOS
7:00-8:00 pm Comida y Bebidad (disponisble a donacion) y Recurcusos Communitarios
8:00pm -Musica en Vivo, Presentaciones y Baile!
Compren sus boletos temprano para aprovechar de los descuentos.
When & Where
The Queerseñera Project
For more information please contact
The Queerseañera Project was founded by Maribel Martinez. The 2013 Planning Committee is comprised of members from the Multicultural Arts Leadership Initiative (MALI) . The Queerseañera Project is a communtiy collaborative designed to use arts and culture to bring together the Latin@ LGBT community. Its current fiscal sponsor is the Mexican Heritage Corporation VivaFest! and received a seed grant from Horizons Foundation. All proceeds from this event will be used to continue cultivating Latin@ LGBTprograms in Silicon Valley.