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No Fees – All Queer Bay Area Artists are invited to participate Just what is it that makes queer open studios so different, so appealing? Creative Labor and Queer Cultural Center present: The First Annual Bay Area Queer Open Studios San Francisco August 11, 2017 4 – 8pm Friday Night Art Walk August 12, 2017 […]

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June 12 Eccentric Modernisms Tirza True Latimer GLBT History Museum, 7pm wheelchair accessible Free with Museum Entrance Salon/Discussion Tirza Latimer discusses her book Eccentric Modernisms: Making Differences in the History of American Art with Jim Voorhies, Dean of Fine Arts at California College of the Arts. Her new book traces the relational and artistic networks […]

Artistic Director, Pamela Peniston, wrote “I asked our artists: How and who do we see and how do we want to be seen? What are our new alliances made of and how will they be constructed? Looking back to our beginnings, what old ideas can be re-examined and what completely new allies, methods, and issues will we explore?”

Two dapper gender non comforming individuals, one light skinned, one darkskinned against cement backdrop. Text says 20th Anniversary National Queer Arts Festival