Epicurious! Monthly Dinner Club - last Tues of every month
Oct
25
7:00pm 7:00pm

Epicurious! Monthly Dinner Club - last Tues of every month

Do you enjoy eating out? ;)

If so, let’s head out across NYC and try delicious (and affordable) restaurants with our awesome Q-WAVE crew! Join us for Epicurious, a monthly dinner club for people who are passionate about food, drink, and meeting other Asian queer women and trans folks.

Epicurious meets on the last Tuesday of every month at 7pm.

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Epicurious! Monthly Dinner Club - last Tues of every month
Sep
27
7:00pm 7:00pm

Epicurious! Monthly Dinner Club - last Tues of every month

Do you enjoy eating out? ;)

If so, let’s head out across NYC and try delicious (and affordable) restaurants with our awesome Q-WAVE crew! Join us for Epicurious, a monthly dinner club for people who are passionate about food, drink, and meeting other Asian queer women and trans folks.

Epicurious meets on the last Tuesday of every month at 7pm.

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Epicurious! Monthly Dinner Club
Jul
26
7:00pm 7:00pm

Epicurious! Monthly Dinner Club

Do you enjoy eating out? ;)

If so, let’s head out across NYC and try delicious (and affordable) restaurants with our awesome Q-WAVE crew! Join us for Epicurious, a monthly dinner club for people who are passionate about food, drink, and meeting other Asian queer women and trans folks.

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NQAPIA 2016 Community Catalyst Awards
Mar
12
6:00pm 6:00pm

NQAPIA 2016 Community Catalyst Awards

Meet hundreds from our community for a fun night of drink, food, and entertainment. A fantastic list of honorees and entertainment have been organized by Q-WAVE, GAPIMNY, Dari Project, SALGA, and NQAPIA. You do not want to miss this! No one turned away for lack of funds and we will be hosting a Q-WAVE table.

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Oh, Queer Asian Canada! The Video Work of Richard Fung: Program 2
Dec
10
7:00pm 7:00pm

Oh, Queer Asian Canada! The Video Work of Richard Fung: Program 2

Richard Fung's DIRTY LAUNDRY (1996) explores the queer history of nineteenth-century Chinese immigration to Canada, and REX VS. SINGH (2008) reveals the plight of two Sikh men entrapped by Vancouver police in 1915 and accused of the crime of sodomy.  These two films deepen our understanding of the LGBTQ movement in North America, which will be the focus of a post-screening panel discussion featuring scholars and activists, including Rick Lee (Rutgers University) and an organizer from SALGA-NYC for the queer South Asian community.

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Streams of Desire The Video Work of Richard Fung: Program 1
Dec
2
7:00pm 7:00pm

Streams of Desire The Video Work of Richard Fung: Program 1

  • The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Film Center at NYU (map)
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This program features four video works by Richard Fung--spanning from 1986-2000--that place desire within the spaces of time, geography, the body. Traced through the artist’s explorations of queer sex, racial and sexual representation, illness, and kinship, these videos center queer Asian diasporic experience against an ever-shifting backdrop of colonialism and political change. Revisiting these bold and imaginative works allow us to reflect on the power of memory and the queer imagination amidst current narratives surrounding representation, cultural assimilation, and sexual politics. The screening will be followed by a moderated panel discussion featuring scholars and community activists based in NYC.

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