If you’re a fashionable queer on a budget with a penchant for classy masculine dress shoes who’s still hoping to attend A-Camp this May, today’s Campership Contest announcement is going to make you feel like dancing and prancing!
The A-Camp Arts & Resistance Fund is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Find out more about donating and about applying to a campership specifically for QPOC artists in this post!
I’m freaking serious, this is so worth it: we’ve got one full campership for a trans woman of color with full travel included, one campership for a trans woman without travel and four camperships for trans women of color with a $100 travel stipend.
Read these essays and feel inspired to apply for and/or donate to the campership fund for our May 2017 camp in Wisconsin!
We wanna see you in Wisconsin from May 18th-May 23rd with special guests Mara Wilson, Be Steadwell, Gaby Dunn, Brittani Nichols, Shea Diamond and Kim Milan!
As you walk down the street, every blonde, blue-eyed farmer’s daughter (there are so many farmer’s daughters) you see smiles and says “hello!” only to follow up with “don’t go into the woods, there are strange women in the woods” in a hushed voice as they walk past you.
We wanna see you in Wisconsin! Some regular spots have opened up PLUS we’ve also got some VIP Apartments if that’s more your style!
“I hate injustice, and also lightning, because of this one time I got struck in the face by lightning.”
Read these essays and feel inspired to apply for and/or donate to the campership fund for our September 2016 camp in Wisconsin!
We’ve got two full camperships with travel expenses and one campership without travel for three lucky trans women because the more trans women at camp, the better!
We’re bringing A-Camp to the midwest and we wanna see you there!
“I will lick that shit out of any allegedly “empty” sauce container of aioli regardless of its size in comparison to my tongue and how many people watch in horror or confusion when I refuse to let its gelatinous goodness remain clinging to the sides of its serving dish where it would otherwise remain unused, unwanted and unappreciated.”
When faith, spirituality, and cultural practice feel complicated and contradictory, it can help to have a physical object to hold onto and reflect upon. These items can root us to our histories of faith — or they may simply be a symbol of old memories.
A personal take on showing up, hiking through it, and knots and how to tie them.
Can you capture some of the magic of A-Camp’s Diarist Hike where you live? Based on my experiences, I’d say yes.
This week at A-Camp, we’ll be using all these cans to make simple repoussé earrings. If you’ve got a can waiting to be recycled, bust out your scissors and join us. And if not, I bet there’s something cold in your fridge just begging for you to drink it.
Poetry slams and open mics for queer poets of all stripes to try out.
Knowing that these A-Camp All-Stars live parts of their lives off the mountain and reading comics, I decided to ask some of them what their very favorite comics are.
Whether you’re going to this year’s A-Camp and need a Met Gala outfit for the last night dance or you just want some more sequined metallic separates in your life, these are the pieces you need.
“The Dark Closet Private Conversation Area.”