Marketplace

Location: Online
When: Happening now
Link: Bi+ Arts Marketplace

Support bisexual, pansexual, queer and 2S artists, authors and artisans. Shop directly from the vendor.

Happening Now
Online

Hi, How are You Today?

Location: Your laptop or phone
When: Happening now and during the Festival
Link: To leave message for Catherine

How are you today? How are you *really* doing today? To participate, leave Catherine Jones a voice message. She says “You have 3 minutes to tell a story, cry with abandon, share a secret, let me know how you are doing, ask a question, sing, share a poem or a coming out story, share an observation of daily life, ask me a question, anything! The floor is yours. You can call back as often as you like; even every day.” Submissions will be shared – anonymously – both as is and as soundscapes, at a listening party during the Festival.

Happening Now
Online
Accepting Submissions

The Museum of Queer Joy

Location: Online
When: From Sept 19th
Link: Coming Soon

The museum, re-imagined as a space of queer resistance and joy.

Happening Now
Online

Experience Bi+ Art

Location: Online
When: From Sept 19th
Link: Coming Soon

A curated collection of videos, slideshows, poetry and more by bi+ creatives.

Happening Now
Online

The Human Library

Location: Zoom
When: September 19 to 27th, various dates and times
Apply on Website: http://www.biartsfestival.com/humanlibrary
Apply on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/780328202720139

We bring the library to life. Instead of offering books made of paper, though, we offer a real person that can be signed-out for a one-to-one conversation, with a goal of breaking down barriers. It is a place where personal stories and experiences come together and “readers“ listen, question, share and learn.  Our “books“ share diverse life experiences, stories and perspectives in an effort to create understanding, awareness of others and also to create a sense of community.


WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR “BOOKS“ 


Our “books“ belong to one or many diverse groups in society that are often stigmatized as a result of who they are, choices they have made, or an experience they have had. We want to break through the stereotypes and prejudices that divide people by creating a safe space where honest conversations can take place, and curious questions can be asked.  

Online
Zoom Event
Accepting Submissions

Open Studio (Meet the Artists)

Location: Zoom
When: Sunday, Sept 20th, 4pm-8pm EDT (USA/CDA)
Learn more about the artists: http://www.biartsfestival.com/open-studio-meet-the-artists-2020
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Xz5_j4JISjq7Hi62Y-gv0Q

With Cleopatria Peterson, Sofí Gudiño, Amber Helene Müller St. Thomas, Kai Hazelwood, Keet Geniza, Patricia Silva (Larker Anthology), and Jaene F. Castrillon.  Each artist has the floor for 30 minutes – to engage with the audience in any way they choose, to share slides or videos, take questions, talk about their process and current projects, or show us around their space. Exact schedule and order of artists, to be announced. Pop in and out as you like, or stay for the whole event.

Online
Zoom Event