Rainbows Pride in Scarborough (RPIS) has received funding from Community One Foundation for their project, Disability Express Photoshoot. RPIS is a proud partner of GAAP. Congratulations RPIS! We are thrilled at this news!
RPIS is reaching out to LGTBQ youth or adults who identify as intellectual, physical, and developmental disabilities and all disabilities. Together, they will create their own costumes and props for professional portraits that will be shared at a final exhibit, and widely within the Scarborough community. The project participants a chance to express themselves and feel sex and body positive, while also decreasing ableism, sexism and discrimination in the larger community. They have will have a photographer, makeup artist and hair stylist available.
Are you interested?
RPIS is seeking 15-18 participants for:
- 6 costume, burlesque, drag queen and king workshops
- a professional photoshoot
Tokens, snacks and food provided
For more information or to sign up contact, Rainbow at <email@example.com>
Please join us for the opening reception of the photo exhibition “Through the Lens of Consent” by East and Southeast Asian non-binary and cis and trans woman. Event sponsored by Asian Community AIDS Services; New College; and Gendering Adolescent AIDS Prevention (GAAP)
Please save the date!
March 8, 2019, 9:30-4:30. Details to be announced soon!
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