Tag: fahari

12 ways to celebrate Black History Month

Queer-specific events • Third Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival: Friday, Feb. 17 marks the first day of Fahari Arts Institute’s Third Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival, presented in cooperation with The South Dallas Cultural...

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Weekly Best Bets

Saturday 04.16 No, the jacket won’t make you look fat DIFFA’s back in a big way this weekend. The event promises to be off-the-charts fabulous, but we can’t wait to see the designer jean jackets. Pretty much our eyes are set on...

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2011 Readers Voice Awards: Entertainment

<<<BACK TO CATEGORIES ULTIMATE DRAG DIVA Jenna Skyy Hosts monthly GayBingo event at the Rose Room inside Station 4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road 214-526-7171 Caven.com Since this was the Ultimate Diva! edition of the Readers...

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Marlon Riggs Film Festival continues this weekend

Back in black Filmmaker Marlon Riggs changed the face of black gay America with his monumental film Tongues Untied. The 1989 documentary was controversial, but his legacy endured. Two decades later, the Fahari Arts Institute...

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All THIS, THAT and the OTHER

SPOKEN WORD | As the artistic director of Fahari, Harold Steward helps celebrate the queer-identified black arts community of Dallas with monthly programming like the spoken word event Queerly Speaking. (Tammye Nash, Dallas...

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Fahari Arts presents Queer Film Series today

The weather for shorts Today, the Fahari Arts Institute screens two short LGBT films. First, If She Grows Up Gay, pictured, is a 1983 short about an African-American mother talking about life with children, her lesbian lover and...

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Fahari Arts Institute tells the Bull Jeans story

Fahari introduces you to Miss Bull Jeans Harold J. Steward directs Q-Roc Ragsdale in this one-woman multi-media show about Bull Jeans and her life in the rural South of the 1920s. Her story of survival, love and lesbianism is...

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