Reel Q is the longest running film festival in Pittsburgh, the 5th oldest LGBTQ+ film festival in the United States, and the 6th oldest LGBTQ+ festival in the world. Our yearly festival programs approximately 20 first-run LGBTQ+ themed feature length films and 30+ short films ranging from comedies, dramas, avant-garde, documentaries, and beyond.

Renaissance City Choir affirms and celebrates LGBTQIA+ identity through the unifying power of music.

Rainbow Reading Group (formerly Lavender Book Club, Pittsburgh) is an LGBTQIA+ book club hosted by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania! We read fiction and nonfiction works by and for LGBTQIA+ audiences.

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is a welcoming and inclusive space offering a variety of resources, collections and programs for the LGBTQIA+ community and their supporters.

Named after 20th century entertainment legends, Gene Kelly and Billy Strayhorn, both natives of Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood, the Kelly Strayhorn Theater (KST) is reflective of the passion that its founders had for the arts. Today, the Kelly Strayhorn Theater carries on the legacy of its founders by fostering bold and innovative artistry with a global perspective. The theater celebrates diversity in voice, thought, and expression, and upholds a firm commitment to inclusion. Furthermore, KST provides a safe and welcome space for dialogue and artistic expression for all who enter.

Carnegie Museums of Art and History, Carnegie Science Center, Andy Warhol Museum.

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