Hi there! Welcome to the invite page for Don't Tell Scarlett, QAB's inaugural mixer for Queer and Trans Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in Arts and Entertainment. We're so happy you're here!
ABOUT THE EVENT:
This event will be a guided and intentional gathering space for our community with food, drink, and live performances provided! Our goal is for it to feel safe, relaxed, navigatable, and most importantly - exciting, fun, and lowkey/highkey historic.
We will have a drag artist as one of our performers, so bring cash to tip if it's within your means! :D
Folks of all forms of cultural identity and those at any point in their artistic practice and/or Queer journey are encouraged to attend. While allies are welcome, we ask that you please be mindful of limited capacity in the space.
Racist, homophobic, transphobic, anti-Black, xenophobic, classist, ageist, ableist, anti-sex work, body shaming and non-consensual behavior will not be tolerated at this event. If your behavior is found to be disruptive and/or harmful, you will be asked to leave.
We also ask that folks please be mindful of community members in attendance who may not be out to the public when taking and/or posting photos/videos/etc. While our identities are something to celebrate and uplift, everyone may do so in their own different ways and paces, so please be respectful!
Mask use is welcome. If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you please stay home and refrain from joining us this time. We will reconvene again!
HOW DO I COME?
RSVP is required for logistical purposes. You'll need to use your name and phone # for this, but this again is for logistical purposes only and is safeguarded by the Partiful app (tl;dr no randos will have your number). Only us hosts are able to see the guest list.
If you can no longer attend, we ask that you please contact us ASAP at email@example.com so that folks from the waitlist may join, should we reach our max capacity.
Lastly, feel free to share our invite! <3
Thank you and hope to see you soon! :)
Thank you to our sponsors and partners for making this event possible: Asian American Arts Alliance (A4), 2g Productions (in association with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the City Council), Sống Collective, Ping Chong & Co., Chuang Stage, Mixed Asian Media, Send Chinatown Love, Lunar, and Sanzo. You slay!