Community Engagement Curation & Facilitation

Consortium of Asian American Theatres & Artists (CAATA) presents this national Theatre Anti-Asian Hate PSA which includes the voices of 50+ artists from Asian/Pasifika/Native/Indigenous/MENA Theatre Leaders including Broadway luminaries such as: David Henry Hwang, Lea Salonga, Amy Hill, Jenna Ushkowitz, Ruthie Ann Miles, Marc de la Cruz, Telly Leung & so many more.

Directed by: Elena Chang

 

Edited by: Olivia Oguma

 

Produced by: CAATA

 

Associate Producer & Coordinator: Bri Ng Schwartz

CAATA Presents: Stronger together. And stronger than ever

Criminal Queerness Festival 2020

June 2020

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Bringing together renowned queer playwrights from around the world, National Queer Theater and Dixon Place are providing a platform for artists facing censorship, shining a light on critical stories from across the globe. In order to build a truly global queer community, these writers are inspiring activism and shaping our culture towards the equitable treatment of LGBTQ people around the world. A Mayor’s Grant for Cultural Impact awardee, the festival is proud to partner with the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs for community engagement and outreach.
 

For more information, visit: https://www.nationalqueertheater.org/cqf  

and http://dixonplace.org/category/criminal-queerness-festival/

Staging Queerness Through The Generations Panel

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An intergenerational panel featuring queer theater trailblazers

 

Co-moderated with Gaven Trinidad.

Theater Communications Group Conference 2020

LGBTQ+ Affinity Space 

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Community engagement during

the covid-19 Crisis

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April 19th, 2020

 

What does community engagement mean when we can't gather?

 

A Conversation with Gaven Trinidad, Community Engagement Associate at New York Theatre Workshop

Club 2350 Sex Positivity Showcase/Celebration 

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Graphic Design by Natalie Lawrence 

March 16th, 2019

Reunion Chicago

Co curated with Sebastian Olayo & Jill Perez. In Partnership with SWOP Chicago.

A night of art, vendors and performance surrounding inclusive, queer, femme-centered sex positivity.

 

Vendors:
Leah Ball
Plz Be Careful
Rebeca Soto

 

Visual Art by:
Haley Weigman
Jenni Holtz
Lauren Steinberg
Nicole Lane
Rebeca Soto

 

Performances by:
APoliticalGirl
Aurora Sky
Clitora Leigh
Mikki Miraj
Onyx Engobor
Wanbli Gamache

Photography by Cassandra Kendall