Join us for the upcoming ACE Workshop: Queer Spray Paint with Art Mimics Life!

Wednesday, Feb. 19th & Friday, Feb. 21st, 2020
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Sculpture Resource Center | 640 N Stone Ave

Anaysa Stark is the founder and owner of Art Mimics Life. Art Mimics Life is a new clothing brand dedicated to helping the Eon Youth Program. Art Mimics Life was created to bring awareness to the heightened risk of homelessness and housing instability among LGBTQ+ youth while also focusing on preventing homelessness in our youth population.

The goal of this two-day workshop is to explore spray painting as a queer art medium. Guided exploration of spray paint art (e.g., stencil making, painting techniques, etc.) will take place over the two meetings. Spray paint and stencil materials will be provided, but attendees are encouraged to bring any additional items they wish to paint onto (e.g., t-shirts, bags, larger size paper, etc.). This workshop is an LGBTQ+-inclusive event. Allies are welcome.

More details about this workshop can be found here.
ASUA Pride Alliance presents: Spill the Tea: Black Queer Joy

Wed., Feb. 12th, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 
LGBTQ Resource Center | 4th Floor SUMC
Open to Black LGBTQ+ Folx

In honor of Black History Month, we want to honor Black queer and trans joy in our first Spill the Tea of 2020. This is a Black caucus space for Black queer and trans folx to be in community and conversation. Come and join other Black folx as we spend time in dialogue about Black Queer Joy!
Read more about this event here
Join SIROW & Campus Health at the LGBTQRC for Project Lifeline!

Tuesday, Feb. 11th, 2020
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
LGBTQ Resource Center | 4th Floor SUMC
FREE, Food provided

The Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW) is working with Campus Health Services (CHS) on Project Lifeline, which seeks to reduce the incidence of suicide, suicide attempts, and their related risk factors such as alcohol and other drug misuse/abuse among students on campus.

In the process of developing some new messaging for a CHS ad and video campaign and planning a series of creative art based focus groups, they desire to center focus group student populations that are most affected by suicide on campus! It's crucial that these ads include the voices and ideas of the groups that are most impacted. Lend your voice to this conversation and help to develop mental health wellness media ideas!

RSVP for this gathering here
Join Masculinities in the Mix for The Feminist From Cellblock Y event series!

image text: Masculinities in the Mix present: The Feminists From Cellblock Y. Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020. Live Podcast Recording, 9:00AM-10:30AM, Women & Gender Resource Center. Limited Space - Food Provided. RSVP:; Student Masculinity Workshop, 12:00PM - 1:30PM, Cesar Chavez - Room 205. Limited Space - Food Provided. RSVP: Evening Conversation, 6:00PM-7:30PM, Modern Language - Room 350. No RSVP Required - Open event. For any questions please contact DenĂ©e Jackson at
Discuss LGBTQ+ equality directly with AZ Senators & Representatives!

Wed., Feb. 12th, 2020
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM 
Arizona State Senate | 1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ, 85007
FREE, Registration required

HRC Arizona, Equality Arizona, and GLSEN Phoenix invite you to gather at the Capitol to directly communicate with AZ legislators regarding LGBTQ+ equality!

Equality Lobby Schedule:
8:30 am: Registration and Welcoming begins.
9-10 am: Speakers and Training
10-2 pm: Meet with your Senators and Legislators to advocate for policies and actions that you want to see more of for the LGBTQ+ community.

Register for this event here. Be sure to wear magenta!
Join QTPOC + 2Spirit Collective every Wednesday!

image text: Exclusive! QTPOC + 2Spirit Folks only. QTPOC Collective. Wednesdays 6-7PM (Starting January 29th). LGBTQ+ Resource Center (SUMC 4th Floor Suite 404V). 
CFS: FIESTA Storytelling Event hosted by the Women's Studies Advocacy Council (WOSAC)!

image text: Call for submissions. WOSAC (The Women's Studies Advocacy Council) is hosting a very special event to celebrate the power of storytelling. Everyone has a story to tell. We want to hear yours! Event details - FIESTA Storytelling - GENERATIONS, featuring storytellers of all ages. WHEN: Saturday, February 29th, 2:00PM - 4:00PM. WHERE: Unscrewed Theater, 4500 E Speedway Blvd, #39. Submission guidelines: We are looking for stories with one or more of the following themes: Feminism, Intersectionality, Empowerment, Solidarity, Testimonio, Activism. Stories should be personal narratives, around 1,200 words, and about 10 minutes performed. That's right - performed. You and your stories will be the stars of this event! You are welcome to use notes. We will provide a microphone and a welcoming, supportive audience. We will be selecting 5 stories for this event. If you are story is selected, you must be available for a rehearsal the weekend of February 22nd (date, time, and location TBD). Please send your submissions to: Mel Blumenthal, SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Thursday, February 13th, 5PM. Notifications will be sent on Monday, February 17th. Join us! Share your stories. Let all our voices be heard.
Save the date to see Ezra Furman perform at the Jewish History Museum!!

image text: Global Judaisms Corner Concert/Jewish History Museum/Holocaust History Center. Ezra Furman, genderqueer musician, will play a mini solo set in the Global Judaisms music exhibition followed by a short Q&A on queer Jewish experiences & expressions. 2.25. 4PM. 
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