APIQTWC is honored to be invited by the Women of Trikone to their 2019 Annual Dyke Brunch. This is guest-only annual event and is all about great food, and even better company!
In addition to rsvping to the meet-up, you must RSVP via the googl... Read More
Happy Lunar New Year of the Earth Dog! Celebrate the new year with us at APIQWTC’s 31st banquet! The banquet will be hosted at Cinnamon Tree in Oakland’s Chinatown.read more
Winner Gets A FREE TICKET
+ $50 Honorarium
SUBMISSION DUE 3/11
The Asian and Pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community is looking for talent of all types to perform at our annual Lunar New Year banquet to be held on April 21, 2018.read more
Whether you’ve been making the trek for years or have never seen snow before, please join us in South Lake Tahoe for a weekend of winterland fun. Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, photographing, and “cabineering” (relaxing by the fireplace, cooking, eating, and playing games)… so many possibilities!read more
Current students in a certificate or degree-granting program as well as high school seniors and other future students about to matriculate into certificate or degree-granting program in summer 2018 or fall 2018 are eligible to apply.read more
Congratulations to our 2017 APIQWTC scholarship awardees, Victoria Cheng and Renae Moua! Victoria Cheng is a radical person with strong beliefs in sustainability and justice. As a graduate student at UC Berkeley, Victoria studies energy systems controls and optimization in hopes that we, as a society, can achieve energy equity and energy sustainability in the near future. Outside of coursework and research, Victoria is an active and vocal advocate for womxn in STEM, LGBTQ+ rights, and racial equality, reminding and educating others about intersectional issues. Victoria is also one of the organizers for the Empowering Womxn of Color Conference, held annually in the spring at UC Berkeley. Renae Moua is a queer Hmong American womxn, artist, curator, writer and Ethnic Studies M.A. candidate at San Francisco State University (SFSU). She received a dual bachelor degree in Ethnic Studies and Sociology from UC San Diego in 2014. Now residing in San Francisco (Ohlone Territory), her current academic research concerns a close reading of oral narratives by queer and transgender Hmong American womxn who detail their connection to refugee and diasporic history. Since 2015, she has served as a trained domestic violence counselor and survivor advocate, and is currently the Assistant Director and Curator at SFSU’s Associated Students’ Art Gallery. She is passionate about educating womxn, queer, and non-binary people of color on the practice of DIY ethics and self-publishing as acts of resistance, placemaking, and healing. Through nurturing her various interests, she hopes to continue the life-long journey of centering the resistance and resilience of queer people of color and API communities. Please DONATE to the Scholarship Fund today....read more
Happy Lunar New Year of the Fire Rooster! Celebrate the new year with us at APIQWTC’s 30th banquet!read more
Happy Lunar New Year of the Fire Rooster!
The banquet will be hosted at Mission Rehearsal event space also known as “Sons of Italy” and “5051 Mission” in the Excelsior District of San Francisco.
Buy your tickets before they sell out!
The Asian and Pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community is looking for talent of all types to perform at our annual Lunar New Year banquet to be held in April 22, 2017 (San Francisco).
Submission Deadline – Sun. 2/19
<b>Calling all artists!!!</b> APIQWTC is looking for artwork for the 30th Lunar New Year Banquet mug (given to every person attending the event)! Poster artists, street artists, illustrators, graphic designers, painters, woodblock artists, screen printers, etc. You know who you are!!
Show your talent! Make multiple submissions, let your artistic friends know!read more