"SASGCC has been incredibly important to me. It's where I got my sense of purpose and self-esteem back."
Bent's mission is to promote and encourage written and spoken word among LGBTIQ people and in our communities. In addition to various spoken word events and showcases, Bent offers sliding-scale writing classes.
The mission of Diverse Harmony, a gay/straight alliance youth chorus, is to create a safe, affirming environment where everyone is accepted for who they are. All levels of music experience are welcome.
Flying House is the home of Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus. Their mission is to entertain, enlighten, unify, and heal our audience and members, using the power of words and music to recognize the value of gay and straight people and their relationships.
A group of men who love gay literature, from fiction and non-fiction, masterpieces and fun beach reads, current releases and classics of the field. They meet on the third Saturday of every month at the Capitol Hill Branch Library at 1:00pm (Please note, this event is not sponsored by The Seattle Public Library). Q-Squared Book Group is open to men who are interested in gay literature and always welcomes new members.
RCB is a non-audition community band consisting of LGBT and straight members from all around the Puget Sound area. Their goals are to develop and sustain musical talent and to promote visibility and acceptance of the LGBT communities at large.
Richard Hugo House is a home for writers and readers. Their mission is to provide writers of all ages and backgrounds with the resources they need, connect audiences with the world of writing, foster the creation of new work, and promote the literary arts as a vital part of our culture.
An LGBTQ community chorus.
SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive
Three Dollar Bill Cinema enriches, strengthens, and connects diverse communities by supporting queer film and by producing the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and other events.
Headquartered in a light-filled urban treehouse in Seattle, Tumble Me Productions is located at the down and dirty intersection of grassroots social change and d.i.y. art. Tumble Me builds nests for the rest of us, using found materials such as Spoken Word, Queer Voices, Kept Secrets, Fallen Leaves, Spilled Ink, Crumpled Pages, Tumbleweeds, Bumblebees, and Love.