Articles tagged with: Anchorage MPowerment Project (AMP)
Revenge of the Drag Queens, Anchorage’s 5th annual Drag Queen Bingo, a fundraising event of the Four A’s and AMP, took place last night on 4th Avenue by Snow City Café. Bent Alaska’s Christopher Constant was there and brought back these photos (plus one by Juli Morgan).
Thursday, June 7: This evening’s going to be a real drag — Drag Queen Bingo, that is, the annual Four A’s fundraiser for AMP, followed by Cupcakes & Monsters karaoke at Mad Myrna’s, a fundraiser for Alaska Pride.
First Friday in Anchorage has a wealth of new art being shown at galleries and cafés around town, including works by Christopher Constant at Treft.Punkt, Erin Pollock at Side Street, and Liz Ellis at Fire Island Rustic Bakeshop (also a Dine Out for Equality fundraiser for One Anchorage).
Anchorage MPowerment Project (Amp Anchorage), in conjunction with The Friday Night Diva Variety Show and Mad Myrna’s, presents Drag Camp 2012: Drag your way to the top! — an opportunity for young men to become the drag divas of their dreams. Drag Camp and competition will be held on successive Saturdays, Feb. 18 and 25.
It’s times like these that we learn to live — Christopher Constant on Drag Queen Bingo and James Crump’s death at Pride: Everything we do should pave the way for a better world beyond the reach of our lives.
Alaska Pride Week continues with a Drag Queen Bingo block party! This year we are taking it to the streets – 4th Avenue between K and L Streets will be blocked off for all the fabulous festivities. Join Daphne, Ashley and the men of AMP for this Four A’s annual fundraiser.
How do gay and lesbian couples keep their relationships strong? Anchorage MPowerment Project (AMP) would like to invite you to be a part of an evening discussion on Thursday, March 19, to find out.
The 3rd annual Drag Queen Bingo is on Thursday June 24 from 6-9 p.m. at Snow City Café in downtown Anchorage, and it’s a fundraiser for the Four A’s Anchorage Mpowerment Project (AMP). This PrideFest event is bigger and better than ever, according to Identity’s The NorthView.