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FOCUS/TIME: queer coworking & creative space

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A queer virtual coworking space dedicated to focusing on creative projects.

About this event

Focus/Time is a dedicated virtual space for LGBTQIA folks to work on their personal and/or work projects in an accepting environment. It’s the perfect place to work on projects you’ve been putting off or to start the projects that have been incubating in your mind. This is a space for you to focus on the things you want to do but struggle to do. 

The Format: 

We will begin with short introductions, who we are, where we’re tuning in from, and what we’ll be working on. We will have two 40-50 minute blocks of focus-time with a short bio-break in between. We will end the session with updates on what we accomplished and have some social time for those who want to socialize :) 

We ask that all participants adhere to our Code of Conduct:

The Platform:

We will be using Zoom for this event. You will receive the login details in a separate email after registering through Eventbrite. 

Who is this for? 

This space was created for those who identify as LGBTQIA. Why? Even though there are many other co-working spaces out there for the general public, we wanted to create a space where we can feel comfortable being ourselves. Many of the people who join these sessions navigate life with ADHD/ADD and the structured time has increased their ability to focus. 


  • Mondays 11am-1pm EST
  • Tuesdays 1pm-3pm EST
  • Wednesdays 11am-1pm EST
  • Thursdays 1pm-3pm EST
  • Fridays 3pm-5pm EST
  • Saturdays 11am-1pm EST

For those of you who are wanting more or different time options, please let us know which days/times work best for you.

The Moderators

Each session will be facilitated by one of our Focus/Time Moderators:

  • Casper (they/them) is the creator of Focus/Time and the Homoground podcast which elevates LGBTQIA musicians. Casper is a certified professional coach who helps creative-minds overcome internal & external blocks that hinder progress on creative projects and life goals. Follow their instagram for their creative process.
  • Honey LeFleur (she/her) is a queer artist, Movement Practitioner and Empowerment Coach. With a lifetime of experience in movement as meditation and healing, she's your guide to a loving and caring relationship with your body. She's also a disruptive and innovative choreographer using the body on stage as radical political protest.
  • Carla Ferrer (she/her, they/them) helps organizations and communities imagine new possibilities and ways to realize them. Carla honed their skills as an administrative professional in the private sector, and is now actively involved in work that centers liberation for racialized, disabled, and 2SLGBTQ+ communities.

The Cost

This event is currently free for the LGBTQIA community, but donations are greatly appreciated. You can make a donation when you RSVP on Eventbrite.

Event Sponsors

This space is made possible by

Homoground, a podcast elevating LGBTQIA musicians through personal stories and songs.

With Support From:

Brooklyn Community Pride Center, providing services and support to the NYC borough’s LGBTQ+ community through original programming and partnerships with other organizations.

Composites Collective, transforming organizations at the intersection of design & technology, behavioral sciences, and society.

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