DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION BY JILL STROMBERG
An Anthropomorphic Alphabet of BodaciousBy: JillBirds. Stromberg
Golden-Winged Warbler Hairy Woodpecker
Eastern Screech Owl
Jamaican Tody Keel-billed Toucan Lesser Frigatebird Mountain Trogan
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Implemented both traditional methods along with vector and traditional painting aesthetics. Combination of independent work as well as donated work towards publications.
Who runs the art world? Queer Men, thatâ€™s who.
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- Snacks and drinks - Free condoms - Referrals to community resources
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Open to the Public Prizes to Top Competitors 1a/1b: Created these advertisements for use in the DC Magazine MetroWeekly for Summer 2011. 2: Created These Blog icons for use on the DC Centers Blog on their website 3: Created for use in MetroWeekly through a Grant Recieved by the DC Center by the DC DOH for an Anti-Tobacco Campaign 4: After the Creation of a program to mentor and advocate for LGBT Youth, I created a series of Logos for promotional and branding uses.
LGBT Publishers: A Diversity of Voices Lisa Gitlin: I Came Out for This? Beverly Ann Kessler: Building It All From Scraps
David Pratt: Bob the Book Michael Graves: Dirty One Ron Suresha Milk and Honey: A Celebration of Jewish Lesbian Poetry
For the DC Center’s first Outwrite LGBT Book Fair, I created and designed two advertisements to be placed in DC’s LGBT Magazine MetroWeekly during the Summer of 2011.
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1318 U Street NW 10:00AM - 8:00PM Beverly Ann Kessler: Building It All From Scraps A vibrant and playful celebration of gay pride, Building It All From Scraps is a campy fiction that blends love, relationships, friendships and family, with an understanding of gay culture and history.
Lisa Gitlin's funny, quixotic, poignant, gut-wrenching and yes, romantic debut novel is definitely a must-read. More than just the standard romance fare, I Came Out for This?, is told as a series of journal entries between 1999 and 2001.
12:30 PM, Saturday August 6th
Robert DiFulgo: Invisible Moon
12:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
Robert DiFulgo uses his own experiences serving during the war as well as research based on revisiting the country to give not only an accurate feeling for the places and culture of the Vietnamese people but also offer an authentic look at the dangers his character faces not only from the Viet Cong, but from enemies far more personal.
Jonathan Spikes: I Know What I Am...
A riveting tale of Damon McBlessed, a young man who is constantly at war within himself as he attempts to define who he is, not only to himself, but to God, his family, and his culture.
2:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
Tom Mendicino: Probation
Andy Nocera is on probation after being arrested for solicitation in a public rest room on Interstate 85. He's taken refuge with his mother after being kicked out by his wifeand is forced to take a job traveling the country selling display shelving after being fired by his father-in-law.
4:30 PM, Saturday August 6th
Discuss the LGBT literary history of D.C. from the 20s through the 80s and into today. Hear stories and see photos illustrating the Harlem Renaissance era in D.C., physique magazines and pulp novels, the creation of Lambda Rising, lesbian feminist writing, gay poetry, and African American LGBT writing in D.C. Sponsored by the Rainbow History Project.
Michael Graves: Dirty One
Ron will tell authentic, bawdy, queer Turkish folktales and jokes, based on work from his most recent book from GLBTQ publisher Lethe Press, The Uncommon Sense of the Immortal Mullah Nasruddin: Stories, jests, and donkey tales of the beloved Persian folk hero,
Join independent publishers Steve Berman (Lethe Press), Perry Brass (Belhue Press), Robert Giron (Gival Press), and others as they share stories about their work, the state of the field today, and what lies ahead for LGBT publishing. Copies of these presses' books will be available for sale.
6:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
11:00 AM, Saturday August 6th
3:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
5:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
LGBT Publishers: A Diversity of Voices
BookMen DC will host a discussion of the book Caracole by Edmund White. In French caracole means "prancing"; in English, "caper." Both wordsperfectly describe this high-spirited erotic adventure by a writer whose novels possess the athletic grace of grand ballet.
David Pratt will read from his Lambda-award winning novel. Meet Bob the Book, a gay book for sale in a Greenwich Village bookstore, where he falls in love with another book, Moishe. But an unlikely customer separates the young lovers.
5:30 PM, Saturday August 6th
1:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
Caracole by Edmund White
4:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
David Pratt: Bob the Book
Set in the 1980's, Dirty One follows a pack of adolescent characters who live in the acid-drenched, suburban town known as Leominster, Massachusetts--the plastics capital of America, as well as the birthplace of Johnny Appleseed.
Washington DC LGBT Literary History
Jonathan Spikes: I Know What I Am
Robert DiFulgo: Invisible Moon Tom Mendicino: Probation
for the LGBT Community
Lisa Gitlin: I Came Out for This?
Washington DC LGBT Literary History Aaron Anson: Mind Your Own Life Caracole by Edmund White
The DC Center
Open Mic Night Kick-Off Event
SATURDAY AUGUST 6
1318 U Street NW 10:00AM - 8:00PM Readings Discussions Poetry LGBT Book Sale
11:00am 12:00pm 12:30pm 01:00pm 02:00pm 02:30pm 03:00pm 04:00pm 04:30pm 05:00pm 05:30pm 06:00pm 07:00pm
for the LGBT Community
August 5th 8:00pm - OutWrite August 6th
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SATURDAY AUGUST 6 The DC Center
Milk and Honey: A Celebration of Jewish Lesbian Poetry
Join us as we celebrate the new book 'Milk and Honey: A Celebration of Jewish Lesbian Poetry' edited by Julie R. Enszer. This event is co-sponsored by GLOE – GLBT Outreach & Engagement.
7:00 PM, Saturday August 6th
WHERE: LGBT Resource Center - 750 Ostrom Ave. Date: Friday, February 17th Time: 9:30AM-3:30PM
HIV infections impact everyone, including college-aged students. Knowing your status is important. Get confidential or anonymous rapid HIV testing for FREE! Please call us at (315) 443-3983 to get a guaranteed time slot. Drop-ins are welcome, but may require significant wait time. Open to all SU/ESF students, faculty and staff.
Syracuse University LGBT Resource Center A. An independent poster created to boost morale within the office. B. Poster for the LGBT Resource Centerâ€™s Annual HIV Testing event. Distributed to the whole Syracuse University campus.
If you are unable to attend or participate, SU Health Services offers free and confidential HIV & STI testing for students. Please call (315) 443 - 9005 for an appointment
AIDS Community Resources
RYKA RYKA AOKI AOKI
Transgender day of
MONDAY APRIL 9th
7:00PM Watson Theatre O
ften we rush to aid identities, labels, and classes. But we underneath these banners, we are helping ourselves as people. It is more than lip service; creating trust and friendship at a personal level is a key ingredient to enacting lasting and ethical reform. In her talk, Professor Aoki will discuss the importance of individual and local community relationships to overarching sociopolitical alliances. Sheâ€™ll probably tell a few silly stories and read a couple of poems, from her new book, Seasonal Velocities.
Co - Sponsored By: A-LINE
The LGBT Resource Center
Your Student Fee
B. Posters for Two Keynote Speakers brought to Syracuse University to discuss intersectional issues concerning lgbt topics among other academic subjects such as social justice, racial politics, and creative writing.
DISABILITY CULTURAL CENTER
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DISABILITY CULTURAL CENTER
FABULOUS DRAG SHOW
Professional Performances by:
$5 with SU/ESF ID: $7 Without Tickets on Sale at Schine Box Office and online
TRANS Lives Matter. http://www.transgenderlaw.org/ http://www.transgenderdor.org/ http://transequality.org/
For more information, Please contact Pride Union at PrideUnionSU@gmail.com
Donated Two Logo Concepts to the New Logo search by Syracuse University’s Disability Cultural Center.
Donated Two posters toward Pride Union’s Annual Drag Show Series. Also Designed flyers for the annual Trans Day of Remembrance.