• Curry Up Now: 3rd Friday ASL Social

    Curry Up Now

    We return to Curry Up Now for our 3rd Friday June meetup! Come enjoy a unique spin on fusion food again and practice ASL! Make some new friends and see the ones you haven’t seen for a while! -- This social is a beginner-friendly event. Please bring something to write with or use a note-taking app on your phone for communicating if you're having trouble. See you soon! 💚

  • DeafDramady Premiere 'This Close' Season 2 +SFDNO afterparty

    Sat, June 29 'This Close' Season 2 Meet the stars at Frameline Fest! 4:15 PM captioned, singed & ASL interpreters for Q&A with Expected Creators/Stars Shoshannah Stern & Joshua Feldman. Small theatre may sell out. Buy tix in advance: General tix - $15.00. Student/Senior/Disabled - $13.00. Line up & arrive early for best seats to see stars & interpreters up close. Premiere of the first three episodes of Season 2. Previous episodes co-starred Nyle DiMarco, Millicent Simmonds, Cheryl Hines, and Marcia Cross. AFTER-PARTY tba at theater! https://www.facebook.com/events/2346905582259765/ TICKETS: https://www.frameline.org/festival/film-guide/this-close-season-2 One of the funniest and most endearing Queer Deaf dramedies on TV, Sundance Now’s This Close made waves for its groundbreaking representation of the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community, and Frameline is pleased to present the world premiere of the first three episodes of Season 2. Written with a potent mixture of humor and heartache by Deaf creators and co-stars Joshua Feldman and Shoshannah Stern, This Close yanks us into the frenetic and fabulous lives of Michael and Kate. Watch as they fall for—and squabble over—impossibly cute boys, all the while fielding casual discrimination and fighting for careers in a world oblivious to their everyday needs. Directed by Stephen Cone (Princess Cyd, Frameline41; Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party, Frameline39) and Jordan Firstman (Men Don’t Whisper, Frameline42; Call Your Father, Frameline41) and co-starring Nyle DiMarco, Millicent Simmonds, Cheryl Hines, and Marcia Cross, This Close offers a universal language of infectious humor and deeply relatable (and often very gay!) drama for the Deaf and hearing communities alike. Join the series creators for a post-screening discussion of this beloved, pioneering second season.' — HARRY VAUGHN This program is in ASL and English with English captions. An ASL interpreter will be present for the introduction and Q&A. Director: Stephen Cone & Jordan Firstman 2019 | USA | 87m GENRE: Comedy | Disabilities | Drama | Gay | Parenting/Family | Relationships | Romance SECTION: Episodic | Showcase Expected Guests: Creators/Stars Shoshannah Stern and Joshua Feldman Premiere Status: World Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2346905582259765/

  • ASL Coffee Meetup (all welcome) before DNO Location TBA!

    ASL Epic Coffee Social before DNO at different places monthly. Usually the first Sat of the month. (earlier under 21 & all ASL level Students meet at coffee shop; Be respectful and use your hands or bring pad of paper) ASL Coffee Meetup for all levels of students welcome at ASL Coffee. (DNO restrictions below) DNO for Deaf, hard of hearing and ASL Allies over 21 bar with restaurant (not recommended for basic hearing signers below ASL level 3-see DNO rules below) From National DNO: 'Our goal is to provide you with good times, good folks, and good cheer in good places. To do that we organize Deaf Night Out.' DNO is a regular event 1st Saturdays in SF (except when other community event) for the Deaf & signing communities. Deaf adults, interpreters, signing students (level 3 and above)... We work with network of DNO-Bay Area, DNO-South Bay, DNO-East Bay event hosts that work together to meet a common standard and provide a setting where we can all be welcomed. So check your attitude at the door, let your hair down and your hands fly. Young and old; tall and short; fat and thin; come one, come all and celebrate the richness and diversity of your fabulous community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/dnobayarea/ NEW ASL STUDENTS PLEASE READ... ASL Coffee and DNO are separate events. Most Deaf community members, ASL teachers and DNO itself refer students lower than ASL level 3 to go to ASL Coffee. But, Not DNO. Please offer your seat or space to Deaf or hard of hearing people. 'Make room at the table' or offer your seat. *Deaf Night Out & ASL Epic is a space reserved for ASL ONLY. It is reserved for Deaf, Deaf Blind, and hard of hearing. We ask you to be respectful of the space we desperately need." PLEASE COME. BUT, RESPECT OUR CULTURAL RULES... We live in a hearing world 24/7 and we need a space where we can just be ourselves. With this in mind, no voicing unless by interpreter. Absolutely NO VOICING during chat or social times. ASL Allies are welcome but, if you come to social do not expect people to slow down their signing. Asking for clarification is ok.But, if you still don't understand after continued clarification then sit back and absorb and don't interrupt conversations. ASL Allies please continue to help us build a safe and fun space (e.g.: hearing ASL students, hearing partners or hearing interpreters)! Thank you for your understanding and support!* #SignsInMyRoots #SanFranciscoArt #DeafTalent #DeafHeart #DeafDance #DeafCommunity #ASL #SignLanguage#Deaf #aslepic #dno #dnosf #sfdno #deafnightout #deafnightoutsf #deafnightoutsanfrancisco #deafshow #aslshow #hardofhearing #deafshow

  • Curry Up Now: 3rd Friday ASL Social

    Curry Up Now

    We return to Curry Up Now for our 3rd Friday June meetup! Come enjoy a unique spin on fusion food again and practice ASL! Make some new friends and see the ones you haven’t seen for a while! -- This social is a beginner-friendly event. Please bring something to write with or use a note-taking app on your phone for communicating if you're having trouble. See you soon! 💚

  • ASL Coffee Meetup (all welcome) before DNO Location TBA!

    ASL Epic Coffee Social before DNO at different places monthly. Usually the first Sat of the month. (earlier under 21 & all ASL level Students meet at coffee shop; Be respectful and use your hands or bring pad of paper) ASL Coffee Meetup for all levels of students welcome at ASL Coffee. (DNO restrictions below) DNO for Deaf, hard of hearing and ASL Allies over 21 bar with restaurant (not recommended for basic hearing signers below ASL level 3-see DNO rules below) From National DNO: 'Our goal is to provide you with good times, good folks, and good cheer in good places. To do that we organize Deaf Night Out.' DNO is a regular event 1st Saturdays in SF (except when other community event) for the Deaf & signing communities. Deaf adults, interpreters, signing students (level 3 and above)... We work with network of DNO-Bay Area, DNO-South Bay, DNO-East Bay event hosts that work together to meet a common standard and provide a setting where we can all be welcomed. So check your attitude at the door, let your hair down and your hands fly. Young and old; tall and short; fat and thin; come one, come all and celebrate the richness and diversity of your fabulous community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/dnobayarea/ NEW ASL STUDENTS PLEASE READ... ASL Coffee and DNO are separate events. Most Deaf community members, ASL teachers and DNO itself refer students lower than ASL level 3 to go to ASL Coffee. But, Not DNO. Please offer your seat or space to Deaf or hard of hearing people. 'Make room at the table' or offer your seat. *Deaf Night Out & ASL Epic is a space reserved for ASL ONLY. It is reserved for Deaf, Deaf Blind, and hard of hearing. We ask you to be respectful of the space we desperately need." PLEASE COME. BUT, RESPECT OUR CULTURAL RULES... We live in a hearing world 24/7 and we need a space where we can just be ourselves. With this in mind, no voicing unless by interpreter. Absolutely NO VOICING during chat or social times. ASL Allies are welcome but, if you come to social do not expect people to slow down their signing. Asking for clarification is ok.But, if you still don't understand after continued clarification then sit back and absorb and don't interrupt conversations. ASL Allies please continue to help us build a safe and fun space (e.g.: hearing ASL students, hearing partners or hearing interpreters)! Thank you for your understanding and support!* #SignsInMyRoots #SanFranciscoArt #DeafTalent #DeafHeart #DeafDance #DeafCommunity #ASL #SignLanguage#Deaf #aslepic #dno #dnosf #sfdno #deafnightout #deafnightoutsf #deafnightoutsanfrancisco #deafshow #aslshow #hardofhearing #deafshow

  • Curry Up Now: 3rd Friday ASL Social

    Curry Up Now

    We return to Curry Up Now for our 3rd Friday June meetup! Come enjoy a unique spin on fusion food again and practice ASL! Make some new friends and see the ones you haven’t seen for a while! -- This social is a beginner-friendly event. Please bring something to write with or use a note-taking app on your phone for communicating if you're having trouble. See you soon! 💚

  • ASL Coffee Meetup (all welcome) before DNO Location TBA!

    ASL Epic Coffee Social before DNO at different places monthly. Usually the first Sat of the month. (earlier under 21 & all ASL level Students meet at coffee shop; Be respectful and use your hands or bring pad of paper) ASL Coffee Meetup for all levels of students welcome at ASL Coffee. (DNO restrictions below) DNO for Deaf, hard of hearing and ASL Allies over 21 bar with restaurant (not recommended for basic hearing signers below ASL level 3-see DNO rules below) From National DNO: 'Our goal is to provide you with good times, good folks, and good cheer in good places. To do that we organize Deaf Night Out.' DNO is a regular event 1st Saturdays in SF (except when other community event) for the Deaf & signing communities. Deaf adults, interpreters, signing students (level 3 and above)... We work with network of DNO-Bay Area, DNO-South Bay, DNO-East Bay event hosts that work together to meet a common standard and provide a setting where we can all be welcomed. So check your attitude at the door, let your hair down and your hands fly. Young and old; tall and short; fat and thin; come one, come all and celebrate the richness and diversity of your fabulous community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/dnobayarea/ NEW ASL STUDENTS PLEASE READ... ASL Coffee and DNO are separate events. Most Deaf community members, ASL teachers and DNO itself refer students lower than ASL level 3 to go to ASL Coffee. But, Not DNO. Please offer your seat or space to Deaf or hard of hearing people. 'Make room at the table' or offer your seat. *Deaf Night Out & ASL Epic is a space reserved for ASL ONLY. It is reserved for Deaf, Deaf Blind, and hard of hearing. We ask you to be respectful of the space we desperately need." PLEASE COME. BUT, RESPECT OUR CULTURAL RULES... We live in a hearing world 24/7 and we need a space where we can just be ourselves. With this in mind, no voicing unless by interpreter. Absolutely NO VOICING during chat or social times. ASL Allies are welcome but, if you come to social do not expect people to slow down their signing. Asking for clarification is ok.But, if you still don't understand after continued clarification then sit back and absorb and don't interrupt conversations. ASL Allies please continue to help us build a safe and fun space (e.g.: hearing ASL students, hearing partners or hearing interpreters)! Thank you for your understanding and support!* #SignsInMyRoots #SanFranciscoArt #DeafTalent #DeafHeart #DeafDance #DeafCommunity #ASL #SignLanguage#Deaf #aslepic #dno #dnosf #sfdno #deafnightout #deafnightoutsf #deafnightoutsanfrancisco #deafshow #aslshow #hardofhearing #deafshow

  • Curry Up Now: 3rd Friday ASL Social

    Curry Up Now

    We return to Curry Up Now for our 3rd Friday June meetup! Come enjoy a unique spin on fusion food again and practice ASL! Make some new friends and see the ones you haven’t seen for a while! -- This social is a beginner-friendly event. Please bring something to write with or use a note-taking app on your phone for communicating if you're having trouble. See you soon! 💚

  • ASL Coffee Meetup (all welcome) before DNO Location TBA!

    ASL Epic Coffee Social before DNO at different places monthly. Usually the first Sat of the month. (earlier under 21 & all ASL level Students meet at coffee shop; Be respectful and use your hands or bring pad of paper) ASL Coffee Meetup for all levels of students welcome at ASL Coffee. (DNO restrictions below) DNO for Deaf, hard of hearing and ASL Allies over 21 bar with restaurant (not recommended for basic hearing signers below ASL level 3-see DNO rules below) From National DNO: 'Our goal is to provide you with good times, good folks, and good cheer in good places. To do that we organize Deaf Night Out.' DNO is a regular event 1st Saturdays in SF (except when other community event) for the Deaf & signing communities. Deaf adults, interpreters, signing students (level 3 and above)... We work with network of DNO-Bay Area, DNO-South Bay, DNO-East Bay event hosts that work together to meet a common standard and provide a setting where we can all be welcomed. So check your attitude at the door, let your hair down and your hands fly. Young and old; tall and short; fat and thin; come one, come all and celebrate the richness and diversity of your fabulous community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/dnobayarea/ NEW ASL STUDENTS PLEASE READ... ASL Coffee and DNO are separate events. Most Deaf community members, ASL teachers and DNO itself refer students lower than ASL level 3 to go to ASL Coffee. But, Not DNO. Please offer your seat or space to Deaf or hard of hearing people. 'Make room at the table' or offer your seat. *Deaf Night Out & ASL Epic is a space reserved for ASL ONLY. It is reserved for Deaf, Deaf Blind, and hard of hearing. We ask you to be respectful of the space we desperately need." PLEASE COME. BUT, RESPECT OUR CULTURAL RULES... We live in a hearing world 24/7 and we need a space where we can just be ourselves. With this in mind, no voicing unless by interpreter. Absolutely NO VOICING during chat or social times. ASL Allies are welcome but, if you come to social do not expect people to slow down their signing. Asking for clarification is ok.But, if you still don't understand after continued clarification then sit back and absorb and don't interrupt conversations. ASL Allies please continue to help us build a safe and fun space (e.g.: hearing ASL students, hearing partners or hearing interpreters)! Thank you for your understanding and support!* #SignsInMyRoots #SanFranciscoArt #DeafTalent #DeafHeart #DeafDance #DeafCommunity #ASL #SignLanguage#Deaf #aslepic #dno #dnosf #sfdno #deafnightout #deafnightoutsf #deafnightoutsanfrancisco #deafshow #aslshow #hardofhearing #deafshow

  • Curry Up Now: 3rd Friday ASL Social

    Curry Up Now

    We return to Curry Up Now for our 3rd Friday June meetup! Come enjoy a unique spin on fusion food again and practice ASL! Make some new friends and see the ones you haven’t seen for a while! -- This social is a beginner-friendly event. Please bring something to write with or use a note-taking app on your phone for communicating if you're having trouble. See you soon! 💚