Check out the Arizona Queer Archives at Family & Community Archives Day! 

Saturday, Oct. 5th
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Special Collections (UA Main Library) |  1510 E University Blvd
Free & open to public

The UA Special Collections invites you to come participate in the sharing and preservation community stories! Bring up to ten family photographs, postcards, letters, certificates, brochures or programs  (maximum size: 11" x 17"), and Special Collections will scan them for free. You can also contribute to the public record of the Tucson/UA community by giving University Libraries permission to share the scans of your original documents in an online archive. Participants keep the originals, get a USB drive with digital copies of your items, and take home a Family Archives Kit-first come, first served-to help care for your historical materials! Prof. Jamie A. Lee, Director of the Arizona Queer Archives, will be at this event to share more about the AQA!

More information about this event can be found here
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Mapping Q Presents: ¡Imagínate!: a queer solo performance workshop with Manny Rivera

Wednesday, Oct. 2nd
4 PM - 6 PM
UAMA & School of Art | 1031 N Olive Rd

¡Imagínate!  is an experimental solo performance workshop inspired by queer performance-making in NYC, instructed by Manny Rivera (see bio below). Participants will explore writing and movement techniques to create solo work as well as facilitate feedback for their peers. Experience in performance is not required. Learn more about Mapping Q here

Manny Rivera [actor] is a trans Brooklyn-based theatre artist and member of the queer performance art collective, A Beautiful Desperation. He is an alum of The City College of New York where he developed H.O.M.E. along with Mar Z. Phan, that went on to be produced at New Ohio Theatre in the summer of 2016.  Sound design credits include: Virgo/Libra/Cancer or Heartburn (New Ohio Theatre), High School Coven (Paradise Factory), Jiffy & Beanz (BAX), Pick Your Parts (Dixon Place), The Taming of Cats (The Brick), blu (Aaron Davis Hall) and Your Healing is Killing Me (JACK). Learn more about Manny's work here
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Apply for one · n·ten's inaugural Trans & Non-Binary Youth Retreat!

Application Deadline: Friday, Oct. 4th
Retreat Dates: Oct. 25th - 27th
Free for TNB Youth/Young Adults living in AZ (ages 14-24)

The TNB Youth Retreat will focus on community building through interactive and experiential outdoor activities, as well as empowering and informational workshops centering the experiences and issues facing trans and non-binary young folx. The TNB Youth Retreat is 100% free (inclusive of meals, lodging, and round-trip transportation to/from Phoenix from the retreat location), but space is limited! Visit one · n·ten's website here Learn more details about the retreat and apply to participate here .
Join BICAS WTF for an October Bike Ride & Movie!

Monday, Oct. 7th
Bike Ride: 7- 8 PM (starts @ BICAS)
Movie: 8 PM
2001 N. 7th Ave
Free | Open to Women, Trans*, and Femme-identified folx only

Join BICAS Women, Trans*, and Femme Workshop on a ride and get into the spooky spirit of October with a screening of Hocus Pocus! This event will start with a fun neighborhood ride, followed by the movie back at BICAS! Join for the ride or meet after at BICAS for the movie. Feel free to bring snacks, treats, or dress up. Learn more about this event and BICAS WTF here
Join Queers United Coalition at their next meeting!

5 PM - 7 PM
LGBTQ+ Resource Center | SUMC 4th Floor
Food provided

Queers United Coalition is a group of queer and trans* students fighting back against homophobia, transphobia, racism, and ableism at the UA. QUC needs your help to create change through various initiatives on campus! If you are ready to work and make an impact on your community, join Queers United Coalition at their next planning meeting. Learn more about Queers United Coalition here. Interested in donating? See details below.  
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