Last Call for “Community Voices: Queer API” ApplicationsNEWS, News Left, SLIDER Friday, December 7th, 2012
By Gina Chung
In case you missed our post last week on Second Generation (2g)‘s new writing workshop, “Community Voices: Queer API,”with GAPIMNY (Gay Asian Pacific Islander Men of New York), Q-WAVE, and SALGA (South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association) for “queer, Asian writers interested in exploring their relationship to ‘gender,’” here’s a reminder that applications are due TODAY, December 7th! Submit your applications to email@example.com.
“Community Voices” is an exciting new program at Second Generation (2g), a 16-year old not-for-profit theater company that has dedicated itself to bringing Asian-American stories to the world’s stage. 2g began by supporting Asian-American actors who were in need of a theatrical home, and throughout its history, developed new programs to further support Asian-American playwrights and directors. “Community Voices” is an organic extension of this mission, providing an opportunity for minority voices in our audience to share with us their stories and bring them to light. This year, we are focusing on the queer API community and are thrilled to work with GAPIMNY, Q-Wave, and SALGA with support of the Stonewall Foundation and the Asian Women Giving Circle.
–Kyoung H. Park, 2g’s Director of Strategic Planning
Nine writers will be selected to to participate in four 3-hour writing sessions and a public reading of their work.Tweet
Short URL: http://www.ourchinatown.org/?p=13981