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Sponsorship of the 2017 San Francisco Sex Worker Film & Arts Festival

The Sex Worker Fest

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 10:00 PM - Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 1:00 AM (PDT)

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Sponsor the 2017 Sex Worker Festival   more info Jul 1, 2017 $250.00 $0.00
Major Donor Sponsorship of The Sex Worker Fest   more info Jul 1, 2017 $500.00 $0.00
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The San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film & Arts Festival has provided a forum for sex worker film and video makers since 1999. The Festival has since expanded to become a vibrant venue for performances, workshops, visual arts, political organizing, skills sharing and ever expanding events for sex workers from San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley and from around the world. We proudly support our Bay Area communities as we welcome sex workers, friends, families and allies, showcasing the work of sex worker artists. The Sex Worker Festival recognizes and honors prostitutes, dancers, porn performers and other sex workers from diverse communities, who have been dynamic and integral members of arts communities since time immemorial.

Each Festival season presents a full program of events including long running favorites such as 'Whores Bath' and 'the Institute of Sexworkology,'  as well as political panels on a range of issues such as the impact of anti-trafficking policies. We also organize politcal actions and and opportunities for sex workers to interface with local government. The Festival also features spoken word events and theatrical events. We have presented workshops on a range of topics including intersectionality and theatrical peformance workshops. We have partnered with local organizations including the St. James Infirmary, SWAG, Red Light Legal, Sins Invalid and many more to produce events and screenings.

The San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival focuses on Bay Area sex workers and their communities, and supports sex worker artists and producers from the Bay Area. Our primary audience includes local communities, as well as a broad public audience within the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Sex Worker Festival shares our work on a national and international basis through an online movie archive, assistance curating festivals around the world and through distribution of literature about sex worker arts.

We highlight the artistic endeavors of workers in all aspects of the sex industry because whore culture is real, present and on a corner, in a bar, in a hotel or in a bedroom community near YOU.

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Roxie Theater, Center for Sex & Culture, and more
Mission District, SOMA, Oakland
San Francisco, CA 94114

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 10:00 PM - Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 1:00 AM (PDT)


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Welcome to the San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival. We will be very happy to see you all at the festival. We want to be sure that our range of ticket prices and special passes fits everyone's needs.  Email us if you are looking for info about special passes or any other info at sexworkerfest@gmail.com or call (415) 857 5425. We want to make absolutely sure everyone is able to attend these events.

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Scarlot Harlot, Erica Elena and Laure McElroy are co-producers of the San Francisco Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival, now collaborating with the St. James Infirmary Speakers' Bureau with Miki Mosman, as Assistant Producer. In 1999 Scarlot Harlot founded the Festival. A grandmother of the sex workers rights movement, Scarlot Harlot (aka Carol Leigh) coined the term "sex work" in the late 70s. Festival Director and Co-producer, Erica Elena, created "Whores' Bath," and launched "Roaming Hookerfest," as well as "Privilege, Opression and Intersextionality" workshops and much more. Laure McElroy, co-producer, author and activist, has been curator of films at the festival since 2009, bringing her expertise in people-led arts activism with Poor Magazine. Artist and performer, Mariko Passion has been producing sex worker fest events for nearly ten years including her musical, Modern Day Asian Sex Slavery, The Musical. (She currently lives in Japan.) In 2015, Sangria Red joined the festival to teach a performance workshop for sex workers which will also be featured in 2017. Gina Gold, lauched her Sex Worker Confidential events, continuing this year.  The Incredible Edible Akynos also returns with her solo presentation "Whore School." The St. James Infirmary continues our yearly day long classes and info for sex workers at "The St. James Infirmary Sex Workers Symposium" on Thursday, May 25th. In 2015 Kalash Ka joined the production team for the festival, co-producing Whores Bath and Clothing Swap and this year she continues with the St. James Infirmary Sex Workers Symposium and Whores Bath.

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