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|DC GLBT Arts Consortium|
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered (GLBT) Arts Consortiumis a voluntary collaboration of varied arts organizations from the Washington, DC metro area. The organizations run the gamut from choruses and bands, to painters, actors, dancers, and filmmakers. The Consortium's members are as diverse as our community.
|Triangle Artists Group|
Triangle Artists Group is an organization of more than 100 lesbian and gay artists from the Washington Baltimore area and includes a wide spectrum of visual, literary and performance artists.
Brother Tongue is a spoken word and poetry group for for gay, bi, trans, and queer men. For more information contact Reggie Cabico or visit the Center Arts page for the most recent information about Arts programs at the DC Center
DC's Different Drummers is the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area's music organization for the LGBT community, family and friends with several performing groups including the Capitol Pride Symphonic Band (CPSB), Capitol Pride Winds, DC Swing! big band, DCDD Marching Band, Pep Band, and several small ensembles.
|Baltimore Men's Chorus|
bullet The mission of The Baltimore Men's Chorus (BMC) is to provide local gay men the opportunity to enjoy learning and singing choral music and at the same time have fun socializing with each other. The men of the BMC have performed in many locations including New York City, Seattle, Philadelphia and Annapolis.
|Gay Mens Chorus of Washington|
The mission of the award-winning Gay Menís Chorus of Washington, DC is to entertain through excellent musical performance, to affirm the place of gay people in society, and to educate about the gay experience.
OutWrite provides a space for LGBT authors to share and discuss their work with the community through book readings, lectures, and community discussions.
We began as the DC Area Feminist Chorus, were known as Bread and Roses Feminist Singers from 1983 to the fall of 2009, and became Fortissima in October 2009. We have the same committment to music and social justice regardless of the name. We are open to all sopranos and altos, regardless of gender, and without audition.
|DC Queer Theatre Festival|
Our mission is to unleash and celebrate the underrepresented voices and diversity of our artists, audiences, and community.
Center Arts is the umbrella group for all arts and cultural programs at the DC Center.
Reel Affirmations is Washington DC's international LGBT film festival. Since its first festival, Reel Affirmations has grown to include a companion Pride Film Festival, special screenings throughout the year with a variety of community partnerships, and a grant program to support LGBT filmmakers.
|One In Ten|
One In Ten is dedicated to education and cultural activism on behalf of gay and lesbian people. One In Ten seeks to nurture the aesthetics, consciousness, and cultural legacy of this community. One In Ten offers several programs and is the sponsor of Reel Affirmations, one of the largest GLBT film festivals in the country.
Book Men DC is an informal group of men who are interested in gay literature (both fiction and non-fiction). Most of the men live in or near Washington DC, but a few members bring a breath of fresh air to our meetings from outside the Beltway, and visitors to DC are always welcome to drop in and join the discussion.
|Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens|
Explore Hillwood's world-renowned collection of Russian and French art, along with twelve acres of enchanting formal gardens set on the former estate of cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post. Hillwood works with its GLBT Advisory Committee to maintain a welcoming atmosphere for the GLBT community, offering public programs such as its annual Gay Day, and engaging in rewarding partnerships with area GLBT organizations.