For over 50 years combined, Queerly Complex & Crystal Mason have been holding creative space for multiracial, gender- & sexuality-expansive, intergenerational, cross-territorial groups to ask deep questions of themselves, each other, and the world around them in a manner that cultivates intimacy, vulnerability, and belonging.
We offer a wide range of services from coaching to experience or education design to organizational development to off-the-shelf 2-hour workshops, and we work with clients to find the best match for their needs within their budget.
Our services meet these times because everything we offer is easily adapted to both in-person and/or virtual spaces. Our practice prioritizes caring for each other, which ensures that the service provided can adapt to emergent needs, wants, and desires. We tend to and hold space in a manner that helps distribute power and cultivates collective ownership.
At our Info Hour, we highlight three current projects and share specific tools we’ve created that cultivate intimacy, vulnerability, and belonging, specifically for and among Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Pacific Islander, MENASA, Asian, queer, trans, gender non-specific, disabled, immigrant, poor, rural, young, and old artists, organizers, educators, leaders, and small business owners
Past & current clients include San Francisco Opera, Independent Arts & Media, people.power.media, RYSE Youth Center, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Asian Art Museum, Community Boards, and the Alliance for Media Arts & Culture.
SELECT CLIENTS TOGETHER:
San Francisco Opera - Customized Dreaming Session for SF Opera’s week-long training program for public school teachers and teaching artists.
Community Boards - Off-the-Shelf Two-Hour Dreaming Session for current mediators.
people.power.media - Organizational Change Model through a series of five dreaming sessions & co-creation of a guiding document.
Independent Arts & Media - Community research report & peer-based praxis development & implementation for Dandelion Arts Finance Training