Supporters & Friends

All Out Arts and the Fresh Fruit Festival is proud to be a part of the Stonewall 50 Consortium in 2019, and we are incredibly grateful for those who support our mission of fighting intolerance through the arts.

Our overall programming is supported in part with public money generously provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in conjunction with the New York City Council. Specific programs have been supported with grants from The Puffin Foundation, The Arch & Bruce Brown Foundation, Artists & Writers, and the New York State Council on the Arts.

We wish to thank our Community Producing Partners for a long & supportive relationship:

The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art

Logo: Leslie/Lohman MuseumFor a decade the Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation has been far more than a friend to All Out Arts. They have supported us in all our endeavors with the generous offering of space, time, encouragement and expertise. Without them our annual art exhibits would never have been the award-winning events they are.   VISIT

 

 

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The Stonewall 50 Consortium is an organization that brings together scores of nonprofit institutions and organizations committed to producing programming, exhibitions, and educational materials related to the Stonewall uprising and/or the history of the LGBTQ civil rights movement . . .

 

 

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for New York City’s LGBTQ Seniors

 

 

 

The Nuyorican Poets Cafe

nuyorican_wInspired by the artistry and hospitality of Jazz great Rome Neal, the Nuyorican has been a home to our Spoken-Word events, our All Out Music events, as well as our hosted forums and discussion panels on topics as far ranging as Race in the Arts, Censorship, and the LGBT Artist-Model relationship. This city’s Cultural Affairs office is always talking about collaboration; The Nuyorican show us how possible and mutually rewarding it can be.     VISIT


The LGBT Community Center

The Center is a home and a haven to those in the LGBT arts community as well as our friends and  neighbors. It gave us our first home, long before there was a Festival – Fruity or otherwise – and provides a venue for our Readings, Public Lectures, and Exhibits.   VISIT

We wish to thank our Friends & Business Partners who help to make a non-profit’s life a little less stressful:

  The Festival is a resident Company at The Wild Project – the first “Green” Theater in lower Manhattan.

 

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Logo: the MY TRUE COLORS Festival

My True Colors, promoting Social Justice and Cultural Diversity

 

 

 

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“In the Center of it All”
95 East Houston St., at the Bowery

 

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Whether you’re designing Homes OR Stages!

 

 

 

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Lost to the Covid epidemic, but never forgotten.