K. Bradford

is creating QOSMOS

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Greetings from Qosmos, the new performance ethos/persona of interdisciplinary artist K. Bradford — plus Johnny T, their drag king iteration – now alchemizing in a qosmic orbit. As a curatorial platform, Qosmos synthesizes a post-drag matrix of nonbinary-trans-queer performance, philosophy + cultural politics to launch a rousing public practice series in 2019 - 2020.




Qosmic Vision

These urgent times are a call to arms of collective uplift. Qosmos presents a spirited yet rigorous year-long exploration into the expansive field of queer and gendered bodies, theory, and culture. A series of group shows + writing along with LGBTQIA youth programming and mentorship will call forth bold embodiments of a world bravely imagined otherwise.

The silver lining of the current descent into tyranny is the uprisings of communities and creators channeling rage and despair into leadership, ingenuity, and activism that transform deep troubles into imaginative responses and solutions. With the rise in violence against trans people, especially trans women of color, and the simultaneous increase in mainstream visibility of nonbinary & trans communities, we need more spaces of cultural production where we represent ourselves and our infinite ways of being human. The launch of the Qosmos projects will catalyze intersectional cultural dialogue, community investigation, and celebration of the fierce, resilient – and, of course, the fabulous.



THE QOSMOS PROJECTS
Proposed programming for 2019 - 2020


1) A Post-Drag Multiverse - a year-long experimental performance + writing series will investigate the concept of post-drag as a channel for mapping how nonnormative gender cultures are pushing the borders of human thought + existence.

2) Qumanity Youth Program - a multidisciplinary art, justice + liberation program for LGBTQIA youth in LA to build greater “qumanity” in a time of rising depression, suicide, and homelessness.

3) GlitchFest – A Qosmic Festival in early 2020 a weekend of culminating talks, performances, and a book & zine release will tackle the cultural glitch that trans, nonbinary, queer communities pose to society.

For more info on each project, see below...



\\\ A Post-Drag Multiverse ///
(Performance Spectacles + Writing)

A series of performance spectacles and texts will be curated to excavate this cultural moment when RuPaul’s Drag Race has slicked-out drag as a commercialized, mainstream form, when the vibrant drag king movement of the oughts has slipped quietly into the annals of queer history, and as current trans & gender nonconforming movements expand and reconstitute human signifiers of gender, sex, and body.

Historically, drag has played a vital, subversive role in pushing against the binary codes of gender and carving out a collective cultural space of survival and freedom for queer, gender variant, and trans people. The question at the center of A Post-Drag Multiverse is: how in this cultural moment of gender expansiveness can post-drag render visible the larger push of humanity as we stretch to free ourselves from the all pervasive plethora of binaries that systemically divide us.

Hosted by Qosmos, the cabaret/vaudeville-style shows will feature a range of established and emerging performers from around LA. Each spectacle will invoke a transformational cultural space where different theme within the concept of post-drag is investigated. A text will be released at each show that includes micro-essays, interviews, and performance pieces by gender theorists, writers, and performers from LA and in the drag circuit nationwide. The mini anthologies will be published by different local & national indy presses and will invoke a call and response to the prompts within the post-drag shows.

Unveiling the concept of post-drag, this series asks: what is drag now, when the sometimes binary move in drag culture of FTM and MTF on stage is challenged by many of the day to day representations of nonbinary/trans communities? How have the connotations and conjurings of what it means to perform as a king or queen shifted? What nonbinary drag lexicons have emerged? What are the proliferating permutations of nonnormative genders that challenge the subversive origins of drag, pushing it to expand its own form? How is drag becoming a performative drag-ness of itself, now more a Mobius strip than classic strip with a gender reveal? And how can the humor, critique, and play central to drag be dragged up as a super post-drag-dom that further activates the multiplying circuits of our fierce gender expansions? What liberatory effects ripple through society at large?




\\\ Qumanity Youth Program ///
(in-school + summer camp)

In 2019 Qosmos will also offer Qumanity to LGBTQIA youth at high schools in greater Los Angeles to bolster one of our most vulnerable populations. We plan to reach 5 schools in the spring semester and 5 in the fall semester — high schools with and without Pride Clubs/GSAs to create greater support for students without access to LGBTQIA programming. The interactive, multi-disciplinary art + justice workshops will focus on emboldening youth with greater "qumanity" — mental well-being, cultural resilience, brave self-awareness, healthy identity development, and joyful vitality. Qumanity will counter the too-frequent isolation, struggles, and discrimination among youth by fostering enduring connections, friendships, and a sense of interconnectedness in the wider culture of LGBTQIA in LA.

Adult performers from the Post-Drag Multiverse will accompany Qosmos, serving as mentors and offering liberation & justice strategies to marginalized youth. Qumanity offers a playful yet courageous space of self-expression, collective creativity, and community celebration where youth can build strength internally and solidarity outwardly. Qumanity will run concurrently to the Post-Drag series, with cross-pollinations of cultural capital, queer mentorship, funding, and other resources flowing as a circuit between the adult and youth programming.

Qumanity Youth Camp: A wider initiative of Qumanity will be a three-day summer camp offered for youth at the participating high schools — and for LGBTQIA youth from across LA whose schools are not (yet!) sites for Qumanity programming. An immersive program of writing, performance, art, and liberation mapping will create individual and collective uplift for the youth. Qosmos, performers from the Post-Drag Multiverse, and select queer/trans leaders will offer transformational community-building, self-esteem raising, and spirit-lifting approaches to living as LGBTQIA people.

The youth will create a zine with the survival strategies, tools for well-being, and prompts for joy and freedom generated during the summer camp. The Qumanity youth zine will be distributed to high schools across greater Los Angeles in the fall of 2019. The zine will be anonymous to protect youth who are not out to families and teachers.


\\\ GlitchFest: A Qosmic Festival ///
(culminating multigenerational shows + book releases)

The move toward a nonbinary, multi-gendered world within and beyond queer culture(s) and the accompanying increase in visibility and cultural production of trans and nonbinary folks within mainstream culture pose a conceptual glitch in the system, hiccup in the machine, trip of the wire.

In early 2020, the Post-Drag Multiverse and the creations from Qumanity programming will culminate in “GlitchFest,a final blow-out weekend of performance spectacles, book and zine releases, and keynote talks. The collective “field notes” of the year-long investigation into questions, prompts, and themes around post-drag and the larger cultural glitch that nonnormative cultures pose to society will be presented to the public. The Qumanity youth corps from the 2019 workshops and summer camp will present a youth gender show on Friday evening, with adult performers acting as ambassadors for the youth and their acts. On Saturday night, a large-scale show will feature new work by performers from the Post-Drag Multiverse with some special guest post-dragsters.

That weekend, we will release a book anthologizing the previous texts and offering new work on the concept of “GlitchFest” within the Post-Drag Multiverse in addition to a student-made zine showcasing voices of Qumanity from the youth from high schools across Los Angeles.


The Qosmic Launch Dream Team
K. Bradford/Qosmos - Artistic Director/Creator, co-producer, co-editor
Laura Gowen - Co-producer
Killian Allgood - Designer
Dan Bustillo - Co-editor

For more info: email us at [email protected]
If you’d like to talk with us about the project, email us and we'll set up a time to talk by phone.

And lastly, a hearty, qosmic thanks to each & all for the generosity of whatever ticket/donation you can offer. We are excited to blast off this new work with you!


About the Artistic Creator/Director
(pronouns: they/them/their) 
K. Bradford aka Qosmos, is a queer/trans leader, LGBTQIA mentor, educator, cultural curator, interdisciplinary performer, writer, and community justice builder who believes art is a catalyst for brave, imaginative acts of change.

Over the past fifteen years, K. has founded and directed a number of transformational community-based programs and events including: Gender Fusions, a large-scale annual queer spectacle + cultural dialogue at Columbia College Chicago which lasted ten years; The Raw Works, a story and performance program for low-income and homeless LGBTQIA youth funded for four years by the City of Chicago; Kings N Things, a drag king performance troupe in Austin that lasted ten years; It’s a She-Shoot, a feminist writing + video program for marginalized women and girls funded for four years by City of Austin Arts Commission grants; White-Out: the outing of whiteness, a documentary film and anti-racism + justice project; and most recently, One Mile, an arts + social justice program that works with communities to poetically re-imagine the problems of our world through innovative, immersive public art installations. www.onemileofchange.org

In Johnny T mode, K. toured the national drag king circuit for ten years performing poetry and drag. Their writing and performance has appeared on stages around the U.S. and in publications such as the LA Review of Books, Viralnet.net, Slag Glass City, Trop, Gulf Coast, and The Drag King Anthology. K. has received scholarships from the Fulbright Foundation, Tin House Writers Workshop, Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts & others. K.'s performance lineage comes from mentorships and trainings with Sharon Bridgforth & the Theatrical Jazz Aesthetic and Guillermo Gomez-Pena with La Pocha Nostra, among others.

K. has mentored LGBTQIA youth through workshops nationwide and also as the Coordinator of the LGBTQ Office of Culture & Community at Columbia College Chicago, where they also taught poetry and literature in the English Department for eight years. In LA, K. has taught at Antioch University and Santa Monica College. Currently, K. runs One Mile, gives public art tours to second graders, and teaches woodworking to kids on a magic school-bus-turned-wood-shop for the amazing org Side Street Projects. K. holds an MFA in Writing and in Art + Technology from CalArts.

To see some of K.’s work:
Lyric essay on Noah Purifoy; Viralnet.net
http://viralnet.net/essays/kbradford.html

Essay on Sister Spit; LA Review of Books
https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-tour-that-launched-a-million-queers/

Reviews & interviews; Trop magazine
http://tropmag.com/author/k-bradford/

Austin Chronicle article about drag, featuring Johnny T./K. Bradford
https://www.austinchronicle.com/features/2002-11-15/not-your-daddys-facial-hair/

One Mile website
www.onemileofchange.org


Tiers
Dragsters
$25 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$25 = Entry to Qosmic Launch! Your support provides astro-fuel to get one Multiverse show off the ground!


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Wizards
$50 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$50 = Entry to Qosmic Launch and one Multiverse show! Your support provides astro-fuel for a Multiverse show to get off the ground!


* When you donate, Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! We’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!



Warriors
$100 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below*


$100 = Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt or cap! Your support provides astro-fuel for 1 Multiverse show and 1 mini-anthology to get off the ground!


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Avatars
$500 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$500 =  Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt or cap! Tickets + front seats to 2 Multiverse shows – or – a spot in the upcoming Post-Drag workshop! Your support provides astro-fuel for 2 Multiverse shows and Qumanity workshops at 2 high school GSA clubs to get off the ground! 


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Astrostars
$1,000 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$1,000 =  Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt or cap – and a custom qosmic cape! Tickets + front seats to 3 Multiverse shows! Your support provides astro-fuel for 3 Multiverse shows, 1 mini-anthology, and Qumanity workshops at 2 high school GSA clubs to get off the ground! 


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Qosmicos
$5,000 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$5,000 =  Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt, cap, and custom qosmic cape! Tickets + front seats to 4 Multiverse shows! And a spot in the upcoming Post-Drag workshop! Your support provides astro-fuel for Qumanity workshops at 6 high school GSA clubs, the finale youth show for the GlitchFest, and 1 day of Qumanity Youth Camp! It also fuels 3 Multiverse shows & 1 mini-anthology to get off the ground! 


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Outworlders
$10,000 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$10,000 =   

Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt, cap, and custom qosmic cape! Tickets + front seats to 4 Multiverse shows! A spot in the upcoming Post-Drag workshop. And…a private Qosmos-hosted event at your house, company, or organization! Your support provides astro-fuel for 3 days of Qumanity Youth Camp; the finale youth show at the GlitchFest, and Qumanity workshops at 8 high school GSA clubs! It also fuels 4 Multiverse shows and 2 mini-anthologies to get off the ground!


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!


Greetings from Qosmos, the new performance ethos/persona of interdisciplinary artist K. Bradford — plus Johnny T, their drag king iteration – now alchemizing in a qosmic orbit. As a curatorial platform, Qosmos synthesizes a post-drag matrix of nonbinary-trans-queer performance, philosophy + cultural politics to launch a rousing public practice series in 2019 - 2020.




Qosmic Vision

These urgent times are a call to arms of collective uplift. Qosmos presents a spirited yet rigorous year-long exploration into the expansive field of queer and gendered bodies, theory, and culture. A series of group shows + writing along with LGBTQIA youth programming and mentorship will call forth bold embodiments of a world bravely imagined otherwise.

The silver lining of the current descent into tyranny is the uprisings of communities and creators channeling rage and despair into leadership, ingenuity, and activism that transform deep troubles into imaginative responses and solutions. With the rise in violence against trans people, especially trans women of color, and the simultaneous increase in mainstream visibility of nonbinary & trans communities, we need more spaces of cultural production where we represent ourselves and our infinite ways of being human. The launch of the Qosmos projects will catalyze intersectional cultural dialogue, community investigation, and celebration of the fierce, resilient – and, of course, the fabulous.



THE QOSMOS PROJECTS
Proposed programming for 2019 - 2020


1) A Post-Drag Multiverse - a year-long experimental performance + writing series will investigate the concept of post-drag as a channel for mapping how nonnormative gender cultures are pushing the borders of human thought + existence.

2) Qumanity Youth Program - a multidisciplinary art, justice + liberation program for LGBTQIA youth in LA to build greater “qumanity” in a time of rising depression, suicide, and homelessness.

3) GlitchFest – A Qosmic Festival in early 2020 a weekend of culminating talks, performances, and a book & zine release will tackle the cultural glitch that trans, nonbinary, queer communities pose to society.

For more info on each project, see below...



\\\ A Post-Drag Multiverse ///
(Performance Spectacles + Writing)

A series of performance spectacles and texts will be curated to excavate this cultural moment when RuPaul’s Drag Race has slicked-out drag as a commercialized, mainstream form, when the vibrant drag king movement of the oughts has slipped quietly into the annals of queer history, and as current trans & gender nonconforming movements expand and reconstitute human signifiers of gender, sex, and body.

Historically, drag has played a vital, subversive role in pushing against the binary codes of gender and carving out a collective cultural space of survival and freedom for queer, gender variant, and trans people. The question at the center of A Post-Drag Multiverse is: how in this cultural moment of gender expansiveness can post-drag render visible the larger push of humanity as we stretch to free ourselves from the all pervasive plethora of binaries that systemically divide us.

Hosted by Qosmos, the cabaret/vaudeville-style shows will feature a range of established and emerging performers from around LA. Each spectacle will invoke a transformational cultural space where different theme within the concept of post-drag is investigated. A text will be released at each show that includes micro-essays, interviews, and performance pieces by gender theorists, writers, and performers from LA and in the drag circuit nationwide. The mini anthologies will be published by different local & national indy presses and will invoke a call and response to the prompts within the post-drag shows.

Unveiling the concept of post-drag, this series asks: what is drag now, when the sometimes binary move in drag culture of FTM and MTF on stage is challenged by many of the day to day representations of nonbinary/trans communities? How have the connotations and conjurings of what it means to perform as a king or queen shifted? What nonbinary drag lexicons have emerged? What are the proliferating permutations of nonnormative genders that challenge the subversive origins of drag, pushing it to expand its own form? How is drag becoming a performative drag-ness of itself, now more a Mobius strip than classic strip with a gender reveal? And how can the humor, critique, and play central to drag be dragged up as a super post-drag-dom that further activates the multiplying circuits of our fierce gender expansions? What liberatory effects ripple through society at large?




\\\ Qumanity Youth Program ///
(in-school + summer camp)

In 2019 Qosmos will also offer Qumanity to LGBTQIA youth at high schools in greater Los Angeles to bolster one of our most vulnerable populations. We plan to reach 5 schools in the spring semester and 5 in the fall semester — high schools with and without Pride Clubs/GSAs to create greater support for students without access to LGBTQIA programming. The interactive, multi-disciplinary art + justice workshops will focus on emboldening youth with greater "qumanity" — mental well-being, cultural resilience, brave self-awareness, healthy identity development, and joyful vitality. Qumanity will counter the too-frequent isolation, struggles, and discrimination among youth by fostering enduring connections, friendships, and a sense of interconnectedness in the wider culture of LGBTQIA in LA.

Adult performers from the Post-Drag Multiverse will accompany Qosmos, serving as mentors and offering liberation & justice strategies to marginalized youth. Qumanity offers a playful yet courageous space of self-expression, collective creativity, and community celebration where youth can build strength internally and solidarity outwardly. Qumanity will run concurrently to the Post-Drag series, with cross-pollinations of cultural capital, queer mentorship, funding, and other resources flowing as a circuit between the adult and youth programming.

Qumanity Youth Camp: A wider initiative of Qumanity will be a three-day summer camp offered for youth at the participating high schools — and for LGBTQIA youth from across LA whose schools are not (yet!) sites for Qumanity programming. An immersive program of writing, performance, art, and liberation mapping will create individual and collective uplift for the youth. Qosmos, performers from the Post-Drag Multiverse, and select queer/trans leaders will offer transformational community-building, self-esteem raising, and spirit-lifting approaches to living as LGBTQIA people.

The youth will create a zine with the survival strategies, tools for well-being, and prompts for joy and freedom generated during the summer camp. The Qumanity youth zine will be distributed to high schools across greater Los Angeles in the fall of 2019. The zine will be anonymous to protect youth who are not out to families and teachers.


\\\ GlitchFest: A Qosmic Festival ///
(culminating multigenerational shows + book releases)

The move toward a nonbinary, multi-gendered world within and beyond queer culture(s) and the accompanying increase in visibility and cultural production of trans and nonbinary folks within mainstream culture pose a conceptual glitch in the system, hiccup in the machine, trip of the wire.

In early 2020, the Post-Drag Multiverse and the creations from Qumanity programming will culminate in “GlitchFest,a final blow-out weekend of performance spectacles, book and zine releases, and keynote talks. The collective “field notes” of the year-long investigation into questions, prompts, and themes around post-drag and the larger cultural glitch that nonnormative cultures pose to society will be presented to the public. The Qumanity youth corps from the 2019 workshops and summer camp will present a youth gender show on Friday evening, with adult performers acting as ambassadors for the youth and their acts. On Saturday night, a large-scale show will feature new work by performers from the Post-Drag Multiverse with some special guest post-dragsters.

That weekend, we will release a book anthologizing the previous texts and offering new work on the concept of “GlitchFest” within the Post-Drag Multiverse in addition to a student-made zine showcasing voices of Qumanity from the youth from high schools across Los Angeles.


The Qosmic Launch Dream Team
K. Bradford/Qosmos - Artistic Director/Creator, co-producer, co-editor
Laura Gowen - Co-producer
Killian Allgood - Designer
Dan Bustillo - Co-editor

For more info: email us at [email protected]
If you’d like to talk with us about the project, email us and we'll set up a time to talk by phone.

And lastly, a hearty, qosmic thanks to each & all for the generosity of whatever ticket/donation you can offer. We are excited to blast off this new work with you!


About the Artistic Creator/Director
(pronouns: they/them/their) 
K. Bradford aka Qosmos, is a queer/trans leader, LGBTQIA mentor, educator, cultural curator, interdisciplinary performer, writer, and community justice builder who believes art is a catalyst for brave, imaginative acts of change.

Over the past fifteen years, K. has founded and directed a number of transformational community-based programs and events including: Gender Fusions, a large-scale annual queer spectacle + cultural dialogue at Columbia College Chicago which lasted ten years; The Raw Works, a story and performance program for low-income and homeless LGBTQIA youth funded for four years by the City of Chicago; Kings N Things, a drag king performance troupe in Austin that lasted ten years; It’s a She-Shoot, a feminist writing + video program for marginalized women and girls funded for four years by City of Austin Arts Commission grants; White-Out: the outing of whiteness, a documentary film and anti-racism + justice project; and most recently, One Mile, an arts + social justice program that works with communities to poetically re-imagine the problems of our world through innovative, immersive public art installations. www.onemileofchange.org

In Johnny T mode, K. toured the national drag king circuit for ten years performing poetry and drag. Their writing and performance has appeared on stages around the U.S. and in publications such as the LA Review of Books, Viralnet.net, Slag Glass City, Trop, Gulf Coast, and The Drag King Anthology. K. has received scholarships from the Fulbright Foundation, Tin House Writers Workshop, Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts & others. K.'s performance lineage comes from mentorships and trainings with Sharon Bridgforth & the Theatrical Jazz Aesthetic and Guillermo Gomez-Pena with La Pocha Nostra, among others.

K. has mentored LGBTQIA youth through workshops nationwide and also as the Coordinator of the LGBTQ Office of Culture & Community at Columbia College Chicago, where they also taught poetry and literature in the English Department for eight years. In LA, K. has taught at Antioch University and Santa Monica College. Currently, K. runs One Mile, gives public art tours to second graders, and teaches woodworking to kids on a magic school-bus-turned-wood-shop for the amazing org Side Street Projects. K. holds an MFA in Writing and in Art + Technology from CalArts.

To see some of K.’s work:
Lyric essay on Noah Purifoy; Viralnet.net
http://viralnet.net/essays/kbradford.html

Essay on Sister Spit; LA Review of Books
https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-tour-that-launched-a-million-queers/

Reviews & interviews; Trop magazine
http://tropmag.com/author/k-bradford/

Austin Chronicle article about drag, featuring Johnny T./K. Bradford
https://www.austinchronicle.com/features/2002-11-15/not-your-daddys-facial-hair/

One Mile website
www.onemileofchange.org


Recent posts by K. Bradford

Tiers
Dragsters
$25 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$25 = Entry to Qosmic Launch! Your support provides astro-fuel to get one Multiverse show off the ground!


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Wizards
$50 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$50 = Entry to Qosmic Launch and one Multiverse show! Your support provides astro-fuel for a Multiverse show to get off the ground!


* When you donate, Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! We’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!



Warriors
$100 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below*


$100 = Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt or cap! Your support provides astro-fuel for 1 Multiverse show and 1 mini-anthology to get off the ground!


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Avatars
$500 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$500 =  Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt or cap! Tickets + front seats to 2 Multiverse shows – or – a spot in the upcoming Post-Drag workshop! Your support provides astro-fuel for 2 Multiverse shows and Qumanity workshops at 2 high school GSA clubs to get off the ground! 


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Astrostars
$1,000 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$1,000 =  Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt or cap – and a custom qosmic cape! Tickets + front seats to 3 Multiverse shows! Your support provides astro-fuel for 3 Multiverse shows, 1 mini-anthology, and Qumanity workshops at 2 high school GSA clubs to get off the ground! 


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Qosmicos
$5,000 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$5,000 =  Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt, cap, and custom qosmic cape! Tickets + front seats to 4 Multiverse shows! And a spot in the upcoming Post-Drag workshop! Your support provides astro-fuel for Qumanity workshops at 6 high school GSA clubs, the finale youth show for the GlitchFest, and 1 day of Qumanity Youth Camp! It also fuels 3 Multiverse shows & 1 mini-anthology to get off the ground! 


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!

Outworlders
$10,000 or more per month

NOTE: It's a one-time (not monthly!) payment. See info below *


$10,000 =   

Entry to Qosmic Launch! Qosmos T-shirt, cap, and custom qosmic cape! Tickets + front seats to 4 Multiverse shows! A spot in the upcoming Post-Drag workshop. And…a private Qosmos-hosted event at your house, company, or organization! Your support provides astro-fuel for 3 days of Qumanity Youth Camp; the finale youth show at the GlitchFest, and Qumanity workshops at 8 high school GSA clubs! It also fuels 4 Multiverse shows and 2 mini-anthologies to get off the ground!


* Patreon sets up monthly payments. BUT FEAR NOT! When you donate, we’ll send you a link so you're charged only once – along with details for the Qosmic Launch!