Queer Arts Resource
I Can See Queerly Now: Celebrating Queer Culture
Three exhibitions contribute to QAR’s June _99 Siteworks:
Queer Francis: The Art of Francis Bacon, written and curated by Emmanuel Cooper
Harvey Milk/Second Sight, written and curated by Bob Kelley
and Generation Q: The First International Queer Youth Art Expo.
Friday June 11th, from 6 – 9 pm
Location: Media Alliance, 814 Mission St., Suite 205.
Luna Sea Women’s Performance Project
Fuck Pride: An un-“official” celebration of all that is radically, sexily and
Fri & Sat June 4-5; 8 pm $10-$15
Sistah Speak = Pride, Passion & Purpose
Fri & Sat June 11-12 & 18-19; 8 pm $10-$15
Location: Luna Sea, 2940 16th St, #216-C
Tickets & Info: 415.863.2989, www.lunasea.org
Luna Sea Gallery
A Visual Arts Show featuring works by Dawn Rudd
June 17 – June 27, Thursdays – Sundays @ 8 pm
Location: Theatre Rhinoceros, 2926 16th St (at So Van Ness)
Ticket Info: 415-861-5079.
Lauren Carley performs her theatrical cabaret, Venus Envy, in honor of gay pride , queer arts and those of us who like live entertainment mixed with our sex and politics Venus Envy brings a chiaroscuro of funny, haunted, star-crossed and playfully invented women to the stage. The political, ironic, and comic songs in Venus Envy originate from the 1920/30s Weimar era, and from the 1930/40s Paris and New York. Carley inhabits an array of characters who fluidly negotiate place, character, gender, sexual preference and stereotype.
Written and performed by Lauren Carley. Directed by Frank Coppola.
Daniel Lockert on piano, Nik Phelps on woodwinds, plus special guests.
Faggoty Ann & Andy At The Wishing Well/Khawal Phalestini, Habibi
Friday, June 25; 8:30 p.m.
Location: Jon Sims Center, 1519 Mission St @ South Van Ness
Tickets: $5 -$10, at door
Faggoty Ann & Andy At The Wishing Well/Khawal Phalestini, Habibi, is a love duet that tells the story of two little boys and their world of Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Gay relationships, and wishes made on coins. Written and performed by Ghalib El-Khailidi and Collin Clay, and directed by Ariel Wilsey-Gopp, Faggoty Ann & Andy was developed through the Jon Sims Center’s AIRspace Residency.
Dyke March San Francisco
Saturday, June 26, 4:30 p.m.
Location: Dolores Street @ 19th St
Street Party to Follow on Castro Street
Dykes who dare fight for freedom, for power, for sisterhood, for love, for our bodies, for self-defense, for dignity, for human rights, for our children, for joy, for liberation, for ourselves, for control of our lives, for sex, for equality, for justice, for all women, forever.
DJs include: Chili D, Edaj, Ellen Ferrato, Page Hodel, Junkyard, Michelle Mattos, Stephanie Phillips, Olga T. MCs: Fairy Butch aka Karlyn Lotney, Mindy Dawn Friedman, Nikki Starr Dancers: Stephanie Clinton, Edaj, Randen Kane, Madison, Shannon, Skeeter and more. Pyrotechnics featuring: Firepussy
Ninth Performing Arts Show of Latino/a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Artists
Directed by Hank Tavera
Produced by LLEGO California
Saturday & Sunday, June 12 & 13; 8 pm
Location: Mission Cultural Center For Latino Arts, 2268 Mission St. (near 24th St. BART)
$15 Admission, $7 Student, Disabled, Unemployed
Tickets & Info: 415.554.8436
LLEGO California, the Latina/o Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Organization of California, invites you to participate in the 9th Performing Arts Show of Latino/a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Artists. The annual show is a multidisciplinary collage that weaves together music, song, dance, drama, poetry, drums, ritual, comedy, erotic dance, lip synch and other performing arts.
Gay & Lesbian Historical Society
Pride Parade Open House at the Gay and Lesbian Historical Society
Sunday, June 27 Doors open at 10:00am
Location: Gay and Lesbian Historical Society, 973 Market St, Suite 400
Info: 415.777.5455 www.glhs.org
$ 10 Suggested donation at the door ($2 for members, memberships available)
Celebrate our history “in the making” in prime viewing spot: our fourth floor windows give you a wonderful bird’s eye view of the pride parade, a historic pageant of Queerness in all its forms! Come for refreshments, schmoozing and tours of our archives. In our vaults you’ll find individuals’ personal papers and love letters, as well as photos dating back to the ’20’s, wild and elaborate costumes, organizational records, newspapers, magazines and queer paraphernalia of all sorts.
MAKING A CASE FOR COMMUNITY HISTORY
Queer History Exhibit
Friday, June 18 – 25 at the mezzanine of the Castro Theater.
Sunday June 27, at the Civic Center Pride Celebration site
This June, for Queer Pride, The Gay and Lesbian Historical Society of Northern California (GLHS) is excited to curate this unique exhibit. Sponsored by the Pride Celebration Committee and Frameline, and supported by the art and museum community of San Francisco, MAKING A CASE FOR COMMUNITY HISTORY will be more than a routine, one-time exhibit. Instead of GLHS curating on behalf of the community, GLHS will facilitate the critical professional archival and exhibition services needed for the community to direct the collection and self-representation of its own history. The eight groups featured will be: the Leather Community, the Bears of San Francisco, the Imperial Court of San Francisco, the Lesbian Feminist Community, the Transsexual Community, the African-American community, the Latino/a Community, and Gay American Indians. These eight anchor groups will show symbolically and literally how the community can make its own case about its history — and lay a working foundation for all interested queer groups to do so more fully for years to come. In line with the theme of the Pride Parade this year, “Proud Heritage/Powerful Future,” the eight museum quality cases being constructed for this event embody how a rescuing of our past is intimately tied to a vision of our future.
This project enjoys the support of Mayor Brown, Supervisors Ammiano, Leno, and Katz, and has the pledge of long-term participation by museum
professionals from the Western Museum Association, the De Young Museum, the SFMOMA, and the JFK Graduate Museum Science Program.