An Amazing Year: Thank You!
2012 has been an epic year of growth for the Festival.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who has taken part in making this possible: our dedicated volunteers; our talented visual artists, performers, filmmakers, literary artists, installation artists, DJs, educators, and more; our amazing attendees; our generous donors and sponsors; and of course our incredible producer, the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture.
We couldn’t have done it without you!
Be Part of Making This Possible
Share your time with the Festival
Consider volunteering. We can’t do this alone, and what fun would that be anyway? There are lots of opportunities, so learn more and get involved.
The Festival is an excellent way to reach thousands of people, year-round. Sponsor us and promote your business while supporting a mission you believe in.
We are a 501c3 nonprofit and your donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by the law.
We Make an Impact
“Seattle has given birth to something truly amazing, and the world is now listening.”
“The vibe at the Festival is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before.”
“Was just WOW! Thank you!”
“The Festival is a brilliant celebration of art, sexuality and life… a joyful affirmation of acceptance, diversity and delight.”
“Better every time — my must-do social/artistic experience of the year!”
“You continue to show art that stops me in my tracks and makes me think and question what I thought I knew.”
“There are not enough environments in the world of this quality.”
“The Festival is important to sustaining art through diversity of expression.”
“The Festival is a sumptuous feast for the senses. Nothing else I’ve experienced matches its ability to captivate, titillate, and entrance. You will be shocked, you will be inspired, you will be awed, and you will assuredly leave satisfied.”
“The quality, diversity, and sensuality of the art at the Festival is remarkable, memorable, and thoroughly enjoyable!”
- “My favorite part of the Festival is finding that one piece of visual art that makes a profound impact on my life in that moment, and that stays with me far beyond when I leave the exhibition…”