May 31 Visibility Project & Resilience Archives, Qcc, APICC & CIIS present Performing Visible Resilience CIIS, 6pm/art opening; 7pm/performance Art Exhibition: May 1 – June 8 Tickets/Donations: $5 – $25 […]
May 28, 2019 Qcc’s Queer Poetry Slam RYSE, sign up 7pm TIX: $0-$10 Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/qccs-queer-poetry-slam-tickets-61916978349?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete LITERARY Qcc presents its first Queer Poetry “Cash Prize” SLAM! We debut in Richmond at […]
May 19, 2019 Song of Songs Seder: Celebrating Queer Sexuality Urban Adamah, 2-5 pm Cost is sliding scale $18 – 36 NOTAFLOF ASL Interpreted Wheelchair Accessible Fragrance Free venue Tickets: […]
Sunday May 19, 2019 2-4 pm Thrill Spot: A Lost Queer History Walking Tour Meet in Jack Kerouac Alley (behind City Lights Bookstore, 261 Columbus Ave, SF) Katie Gilmartin, Dulce […]
May 17 & 18, 2019 Confronting The Ghost of Willie Lynch: A Tale of Exorcism in Six Parts Humanist Hall, 5/17 7pm; 5/18 2pm & 7:30pm Lisa Evans Tickets: $12- […]
This year’s theme—#Resist—for the National Queer Arts Festival seems a natural progression. With the systematic cruelty, hate speech and “fake facts” that are besieging all of our communities, it was time to both withstand and take action: the very definitions of Resist.
June 8 & 9, 2018 June 8 In Lak’ech Dance Academy presents TRILLIANT Workshops 3-5:15pm Challenge:10am to 12pm Performances & Social dancing: 9:30pm-2am Tickets: $40-$85 sliding scale, NOTA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1st-annual-queer-latin-dance-festival-tickets-44664043356 […]
Creating Queer Community (CQC) Required Informational Meeting July 11 – Richmond High School Theater, Richmond, 6pm July 12 – LGBT Community Ctr, SF, 6:30pm July 14 – Qulture Collective, […]
June 28, 2018 mouth full of sea AAACC, 8pm Gabriel Christian and C. Chibueze Crouch Prices: $10 – $20 sliding scale, NOTAFLOF Get Tickets Summoning song, dance, performance and film, […]
Chile! Hood Stories, is a 60 minute multidisciplinary theatre production exploring safe sex, gender fluidity, sexuality and cannabis. This retelling of classic children’s tales with story lines that reflect a broad range of sexualities, genderqueer and cis gendered characters. Truth be told, fables were meant for adults all along!