About QCC Job Opportunities

All open jobs, contract positions, volunteer, or internship opportunities will be posted on this page.

Queer Cultural Center is one of seven cultural centers in San Francisco, CA.

We work in partnership in dozens of arts institutions, galleries, and community spaces throughout the Bay Area including Oakland, Richmond, and San Francisco. We are a remote organization with most staff residing in San Francisco and Oakland.

We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization.

DjeRae Lucas, CQC & NQAF Program Manager

DjeRae Lucas (he/they), born and raised in Laurel Maryland, has been a musician (singer and composer) for twenty years and has worked in the non-profit sector for eight years. DjeRae merges their knowledge of their artistic practice and arts administration skills to create and support art that sparks community experiences and encourages connection, remembrance, healing, reclamation, and love. 


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Queer Cultural Center will select 5-7 applicants for the CQC2 cohort. CQC2 cohort members will receive professional development workshops and will produce an individual cultural event as part of QCC’s 2025 Spring Queer Arts Festival.  The artistic theme for the 2025 Spring Queer Arts Festival is “Pleasure in the Storm”. We invite projects that address queer approaches to sustaining ourselves and our communities through cultivating inner joy, community connection, and sensory pleasures amid the ongoing political, cultural, public health, and climate crises that shape our current material conditions.


Chibueze Crouch (they/she) is an Igbo-American artist, writer & curator working across ritual theater, song, movement, video, and text. They are co-director of OYSTERKNIFE, a postdisciplinary performance company, with Gabriele Christian, as well as an artist organizer at BlaQyard, a Black queer land collective. They are the 2019 RHE Foundation Fellowship recipient, a 2021 California Arts Council Established Artist Fellow, and a Zellerbach Family Foundation Fellow.

QCC Teaches: Budgeting for Artists Workshop

We invite artists and creatives of all disciplines to join us on March 16th as we walk through the most important parts of drafting a budget for your upcoming project or production. 

QCC Selects Eight Artists for 2024 CQC Level 1 Cohort!

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We want to give a warm welcome to our new Creating Queer Communities Level 1 Cohort <3!
qcc staff stand in a row, smiling. left to right are vienna, anand, sarah, and ali. bright sparkly gold text reads "queer cultural center wishes you JOY in 2024" on top, with staff names at the bottom


Daoism teaches that 10,000 joys and 10,000 sorrows fill a life. If you ask us, lately humanity’s collective sorrows seem to be piling up way too fast to keep the balance. Too much trauma, too little recovery. Too much need for our communities’…

OPEN CALL – 2024 Creating Queer Communities – First Level

What is Creating Queer Communities?  Queer Cultural Center is thrilled to relaunch Creating Queer Communities, our beloved professional development training program for queer and trans artists in the San Francisco Bay Area. For over…
Graphic displays faded image of a forest of trees, overlayed with a picture of white and yellow flowers. White highlighted text at the top of graphic reads “27TH ANNUAL NATIONAL QUER ARTS FESTIVAL” with “SPRING 2024” and “FALL 2024”in the middle of the doc. For SPRING 2024, white curved lines are connected to three seperate green text bubbles: the first reads “Season Anchor L. Frank Manriquez,” the second reads “Season Anchor Xtal Azul & Bloom Collective QTBIPOC Visual Art Exhibit,” and the third reads “call for artists and volunteers coming soon!” For FALL 2024, white curved lines are connected to three seperate purple text bubbles: the first reads “Creating Queer Communities Emerging Artist Showcase,” the second reads “Season Anchor: Stay tuned for announcement!” and the third reads “CQC application information coming soon!”