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 […]
Pamela Peniston is a Founding Member and Artistic Director of the Queer Cultural Center. She was an initial member of Mayor Art Agnos’ Cultural Affairs Task Force of San Francisco in 1989, which helped to establish the guidelines for the Cultural Equity Grants Program at the SF Arts Commission.
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The Queer Cultural Centers FACEs at SOMAR Gallery, June 11 – 27, 1998 by Jeffrey Wilson Recent events have caused me to reflect on an old joke from way back […]
ABOUT Learn the basics of publicity, marketing, and social media with a framework of ethics and social justice. What are the best practices for writing a description of your show, […]
Mia Nakano is an artist, archivist, social change maker rooted in Oakland, CA. Her work is shaped through her experiences as a proud 4th generation Japanese American, queer woman of color, daughter of a single mother, and sister of a deaf adult.
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Topsy Turvy works to increase the visibility of multidisciplinary queer and trans performing artists of color while simultaneously defying traditional circus roles that perpetuate white supremacy and limit expressions of gender and sexuality.
Maya Angelou wrote, “We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” What does it mean to transform? […]
June 30, 2018 Jesus Christ Superstar Postponed Qcc will host for one night only, the voices and music of San Francisco’s amazing trans and non-binary community. In our reimagined version […]