Get Connected: LGBTQ Events in L.A.

Looking for ways to connect with your community? Here’s a roundup of upcoming LGBTQ community events:

Two Spirits One Heart CoverA presentation followed by Q&A with Two Spirits, One Heart author Marsha and son Aiden Aizumi. Read the Spectrum Q&A with Marsha. 


APLA’s 12th annual Oscar viewing party will feature celeb hosts Pauley Perrette (NCIS) and Becca Tobin (Glee).

  • Tribute to African-American Authors

     
    Monday, Feb. 25 – L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Village at Ed Gould PlazaAf-Am Authors 2013 pcardThe tribute, in which renowned actors and singers perform selected works by black authors, will be followed by a reception for the art exhibit Ain’t Just Paint: Works from the CCH Pounder Collection, which will be on exhibit until March 2. Admission to both events is free, but reservations are required for the Tribute.

 

  • L.A.W.N. Speaks: Women Who Write
     
    Tuesday, Feb. 26 – L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plaza
     
    A panel with LGBT authors discussing journeys, failures & successes. Following the panel, there will be cocktails in the courtyard, and the Gravy Train food truck will be on-site.Moderator: Ronni Sanlo Panelists: Lisa Dickey – ghostwriter & book doctor; Myriam Gurba – blogger & writer; Zoe Nicholson – Activist & Author

Wednesday, Feb. 27- ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives In_Print A free panel discussion featuring: Amos Mac, creator of transman zine Original Plumbing; Milo Miller and Chris Wilde, founders of the online Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP); and Mimi Thi Nguyen, creator of the compilation zine …Race Riot.

     

  • Michele Balan: Live in L.A.
     

    March 9-10 – L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plaza
     
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    From the Center’s news release:
     
    The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center presents Michele Balan, one of the greatest out-and-proud comedians, for two uproarious nights at the Center’s Renberg Theatre.Her performances March 9-10 will be her first L.A. appearances in years, giving long-time fans and new fans alike the chance to find out why Backstage Magazine named her one of their “Top 10 Comedians.

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  • Awakenings – Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles

March 16 &17 - First Congregational Church of Los Angeles
 
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Today (Feb. 18) is the last day to get tickets at special Valentine’s prices.

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For more events, visit the Spectrum Los Angeles calendar

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