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Hey There,

 

Producing a show can have many challenges, but paying artists should not be one of them.

Your donation will go towards producing two independent art performance events.

 

1. Fall in Love with the Arts Showcase in Syracuse hosted at The Palace Theatre on James Street on September 28th

 

2. The National Coming Out Day Concert/Open Mic in Westchester hosted by SUNY Purchase.

Specifically, we want to make sure independent artists (which will be mostly queer and/or artists of color) are paid a stipend for their time, effort and creativity.Your donation to the arts is so necessary to make this happen. In addition to supporting this project, we want to offer some incentives. See more with this LINK

What is Queery?

Queery is the combination of two words and one fantastic concept: Queer Theory. 

Our mission is to present queer theories to the general public in accessible, appealing and fun ways.

Our art-based violence prevention educational campaigns and programs use creative arts and social media to bring to life projects like:

As well as programs like:

We also use posters, t-shirts, greeting cards, and our very own card game, Just Love, to help make complex queer concepts more manageable to understand and openly discuss.

Our vision is to live in a world where people continue to ask questions in order to live more freely and be their truest self.

 

We invite you to look around, join in one of our campaigns, participate in our programs or purchase one of our beautiful, fun and conversation-starting products, and to keep asking questions.

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One of the many things that Queery likes to do is support other Queer people and Queer companies, businesses, and non-profits.

You can find out more by clicking Donate to Others under the donate tab.

What People Are Saying:

“Queery’s art opens up dialogue that is accessible to the general public where the images are engaging and causes a spectator to ask themselves questions about their own experiences and involvement and social paradigms.”
-Foster Concannon, Manager of the Rock Club

The Team

Would you like to meet the Queery Team? Below, you'll find the names, titles and pronouns of the Queery Team.

Want to see more about us?  Simply click below to learn more.

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