Here, you can learn about our current events and activities, and browse through events we’ve held in the past. As you’ll see, our activities are thought-provoking, joyful, informative, and always celebratory of our queer communities of color.
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In collaboration with First Saturdays by Capitol View Arts dat Black Mermaid/Healing & Transformation Through Art with Sharon Bridgforth Sharon will share video documentation, music, oracle readings and stories from her current work in progress - "dat Black Mermaid Man Lady/Performance Installation". The Performance Installation is a collaboration between Bridgforth, Sonja Perryman (her daughter) a 34 year old artist with an MPH from UCLA and 2008 MacArthur Fellow, Walter Kitundu. Original music, oracle readings, and shape shifting objects invite…Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color community members to join us! Come out to allgo Wednesday September 20th, 2017 from 6:00pm-8:30pm, to be part of this conversation about how our history affects our health. The history of our communities, our families, and our own personal histories play a large part in who we are. Often times QPOC are expected to move through the world without acknowledging our histories. Join us for this conversation as we explore people, organization,…Find out more »
Title of Series: “Eastside Stories” Cindy Elizabeth’s new docu-series explores the lives and legacies of black and brown Austinites who have called East Austin their home. Throughout this series, Cindy documents the stories of these individuals by highlighting their day-to-day activities in a part of town with a constant-changing landscape as a result of gentrification and displacement. The series will premiere at allgo on Friday, September the 29th. The first episode features Bettie Mann, the first black…Find out more »
Bruising for Besos, written and directed by Adelina Anthony, produced and presented by AdeRisa Productions, Allgo Org and Red Salmon Arts. (Filmmakers, Adelina Anthony and Marisa Becerra, will be in attendance for this special community event.) Bruising for Besos: a charismatic Xicana seduces an alluring Puerto Rican woman only to find herself recreating a tumultuous past. Bruising for Besos world-premiered with Frameline Film Festival in 2016. In its first festival year it also played at domestic festivals such as Outfest, Qfilms, Cinefestival, Reel…Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color community members to join us! Throughout so many of our discussions and conversations, the topic of shame has repeatedly resurfaced. For many of us QPOC who live at so many intersections, shame can often manifest in different forms, faces, and fears. And this can seep through so many layers of our lives—relationships, health, bodies, etc. So we want to take a moment to acknowledge and face the reality of shame in QPOC experiences.…Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color community members to join us! Throughout so many of our discussions and conversations, the topic of shame has repeatedly resurfaced. For many of us QPOC who live at so many intersections, shame can often manifest in different forms, faces, and fears. And this can seep through so many layers of our lives—relationships, health, bodies, etc. So we want to take a moment to acknowledge and face the reality of shame in QPOC…Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color community members to join us! Times of sickness can be hard on us, and often times healing can be difficult as we struggle to balance our healing with the obligations of our lives. Healing during times of sickness is different for each of us, and we all have our preferred ways of healing. We would like to hold this space as a place for QPOC to come together and share the many recepies,…Find out more »
This celebration will include a community altar exhibit, artistic expression and reception honoring the lives of those who have gone before us and in celebration of their memories that live on within us. Artistic expression participants: ena ganguly, Jesús Valles & Tabias Olajuawon Please bring memorabilia to add to the community altar. This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color community members to join us! Creating safer spaces for queer and trans people of color helps make our communities stronger, more connected, and overall healthier than if these spaces were left unprotected. In the spirit of crafting spaces where marginalized identities within a marginalized community can have a platform to organize, discuss, and create change, we want to create a space where nonbinary QTPOC can come together to advocate for our health,…Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color community members to join us! Between the many obligations of the season, as well as the changes in the weather, the holidays can be difficult times for many people within our communities. As such, we would like to invite our QPOC community members to allgo for a community Holiday Gathering, a time when we can come together to discuss the different ways the holidays can impact us, how we can support each other,…Find out more »