The eighth annual GayCharlotte Film Festival will present four days of award-winning feature-length dramas, comedies, documentaries and short films at Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Rd., April 21-24, 2016. This year’s film festival will focus on the ever-increasing diversity of the LGBTQ community.
On everything from porta-johns and festival layout to feedback on community outreach and diversity, nearly three dozen community members came together Dec. 3-6 to tell Charlotte Pride board members how the organization can improve, give back, and engage with the community.
The GayCharlotte Film Festival will present four days of LGBTQ-themed feature-length dramas and comedies, documentaries and short films at Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Rd., April 21-24, 2016.
Charlotte Pride has announced that it will hold its annual festival & parade in Uptown Charlotte, Aug. 20-21. The organization is currently seeking community members to join its various volunteer organizing committees.
Charlotte Pride is currently seeking to hire an executive director and fill new board positions.
Charlotte Pride adopts new mission, future growth strategy as planning for 2016 activities gets underway
Charlotte Pride's new transitions will continue its strategic and sustainable growth as a leading organization bringing together the largest gathering of LGBTQ and ally people in the Carolinas.
Artist Edwin Gil unveiled his latest large-scale work, "Paint Your Piece of Pride," at Charlotte Pride's annual sponsor appreciation event on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the Levine Museum of the New South.
Representatives from Charlotte Pride attended the 2015 annual general meeting and worldwide conference of InterPride, Oct. 14-18, in Las Vegas, Nev.
In case you missed it, wonderful photo shots of our 2015 Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade Award winners.
Charlotte Pride is celebrating another year of success and growth for their iconic annual Uptown event held Aug. 15-16.