• We Rise Up For Black Lives!

    Our country is in a state of turmoil, not because we are rising up in protest. BIPOC people in the US have lived in a state of turmoil for centuries. It is nothing new for us. Now we see more extreme disparities with COVID-19 and the continued violence and terror that police perpetrate against Black people and Black communities.

    Read QCC’s Statement On Anti-Blackness

We promote social justice and the artistic and financial development of queer art and culture. We believe that community building is key to social change and that we can envision this change through the arts.

We Rise Up For Black Lives!

Dear Community, QCC stands up against the brutal murders of Black people in the United States. What happened to George Floyd was murder. Period. What happened to Eric Garner was murder. What happened to Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Monika…
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Mutual Aid & Resources

Please visit our Covid-19 resource and response page. We are committed to connecting the LGBTQ+ artistic community to much-needed resources across multiple sectors and seek to provide resources for resilience and resistance.

Email us at info@queerculturalcenter.org to recommend new resources.

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Communications Director

The Queer Cultural Center seeks a Communications Director. A wordsmith with fluency in web and graphic design, loves social media and analytics equally, and holds a commitment to furthering radical queer artists and cultural change.