SFO Museum Debuts New Two-Spirit Films

(San Francisco, CA) The SFO Museum, conveniently located at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), is screening two new #Two-Spirit films throughout November. November is Native American Heritage Month and Transgender Awareness Month, so the museum is showing “Mino Bimaadiziwin” by filmmaker Shane McSauby, a citizen of the Gichi Wiikwedong Odawa Anishinaabek. This film is about a trans youth who …Continue Reading

Indigenous Women and Two-Spirit Exhibit Closes

(Sault Ste. Marie, ON) 180 Projects, a Sault Ste. Marie Art Gallery, is hosting a closing reception of their current exhibition, Visiting, features the work of young Indigenous women and #Two-Spirit artists. Featured artists Shelby Gagnon, Roxanne Martin, Samantha Pine-Bennett, and Rihkee Strapp will have a variety of works on display including painting, sculptural works and …Continue Reading

BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR

We hold memories in our blood. It connects us. It defines us. – J. Boehme (Vancouver, BC) As described by Jacob Boehme, “BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR explores the legacies and memories of our bloodlines, our need for community, and what blood means to each of us – questioning how this most precious fluid unites and …Continue Reading

Two-Spirit (Holiday) Gift(s)

Looking for a holiday gift for your fav #Two-Spirit relative or bestie? You’re in luck, just pick up a copy of Adam Garnet Jones’s (Cree and Métis) recently published novel Fire Song. As a follow-up to the highly successful movie “Fire Song,” this 2015 film can now be (re)visited in novel form – and should be on …Continue Reading

Two-Spirit Art Festival

(Vancouver, BC) At Saturday’s opening reception of Vancouver’s annual Queer Arts Festival, Fabian Bon, (Metis, from Manitoba, Dakota and French), a local #Two-Spirit leader, shared with the Two-Spirit Journal of how they were overwhelmed when they walked into the Roundhouse. “For so many years, I’ve supported the QAF and a scene one or two Two-Spirit …Continue Reading

Seeing and Experiencing Alaskan Two-Spirit Pride

(Anchorage, AK) “Continuous,” a series of portraits, features the work of #Two-Spirit artist Jenny Irene Miller (Inupiaq). This exhibit is a collection photographs of 17 individuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or Two-Spirit and Alaska Native. This show explores identity, sexual orientation, gender diversity, discrimination, and pride and how these elements overlap, diverge, and …Continue Reading

Walking the Talk – Out On Screen Stands with 2S Community

Out On Screen is committed to meaningfully participating in reconciliation, decolonization and being in right relations with #two-spirit and Indigenous people of this land. ~ Quote from Out On Screen’s commitment regarding our relationship with Indigenous peoples of this land, 2016 (Vancouver, BC) In the spring of 2016, Out On Screen, the host organization of …Continue Reading

Two-Spirit Tuesdays! Resource Sharing Circle

Announcing the second installment #Two-Spirit Tuesdays of 2016. Sharing Wisdom and Experiences: Resource Sharing Circle Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 1:00–2:30 p.m. EDT. Register for the webinar. You will receive a confirmation email. On the day of the webinar, use the link provided in your registration confirmation email. The organizer ask for participants to join 15 minutes prior to …Continue Reading