And we'll be there.

The transgender rights group TEAK Trans Empowerment teams up with Museum Siam on Mar 31 (11am-9:30pm) to host a job fair alongaside a day of art, music, talks and cultural performances.

Coinciding with International Transgender Day of Visibility (which falls every year on Mar 31), the festival promises exhibitions that examine Bangkok's understanding of gender minorities, with talk sessions from LGBT activists, columnists and artists like Prempreeda Pramoj Na Ayutthaya, Q Kanasit (the founder of online LGBT studies Non-Binary) and Tina Wattina (the editor of PRISM magazine).

Alongside the talks, the event will also feature a job fair for the country’s leading companies that support the LGBT community, like Watashi engineering Co.,Ltd., Hardcover Books Shop, Krunthai-AXA PCL, APCOM and Asia City Media Group Co., Ltd. (BK Magazine's parent company).

Live performances come from SISTERS Cabaret act and and contemporary dancer Ajarn Jamie, in addition to a film screening of Laura Foreman's Days Like These.

Entry is free, while food and drink will also be available throughout the day. 

The event kicks off with a pre-event party on Mar 30 and a free screening of the LGBT documentary Coby at Alliance Francaise Bangkok, 179 Witthayu Rd. (7pm onwards).

TEAK is a Bangkok-based organization that aims to provide equal access to health and social resources for transgender prople, while raising awareness and education about equal rights.
 
International Transgender Day of Visibility first began in Michigan, USA, on Mar 31, 2009, and has since grown into a global event.
 
Mar 31 (11am-9:30pm). Museum Siam, 4 Sanam Chai Rd., 02-225-2777. Free.