Jewelle Gomez Saturday, June 10; 8 pm Location: Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, 4235 19th Street @ Collingwood Tickets: $15, Qcc Jewelle Gomez reads poetry, monologues and more from past works and works in progress. JEWELLE GOMEZ is a writer and activist. Formerly the executive director of the Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives at […]

LENORE CHINN SOMArts Cultural Center Installation View      

LENORE CHINN BEFORE THE WEDDING A series of 1999 emails to Moira Roth, accompanied by jpegs, from Chinn chronicling the evolution of “Before the Wedding,” a portrait of Kim Anno and Ellen Meyers. Sunday, July 11, 1999 “I am sending the image I showed you, a painting commissioned in China of my paternal great-grandmother, as […]

LENORE CHINN CHRONOLOGY by Molly Robertson Quotes, unless identified otherwise, are taken from a video interview Rudy Lemcke did with Lenore Chinn in her San Francisco apartment on February 1, 2001, part of Lemcke’s Queer Cultural Center TV series of interviews with gays and lesbians for the QCC website (Lemcke is the designer and curator […]

SELECTED ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS SomArts, “Portrait of a Community,” United States of Asian America and the National Queer Arts Festival, San Francisco, CA, 2001 The Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA, 1991 Rasmussen Gallery, Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA, 1991 UC Extension Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1985 Lucien Labaudt Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1980 SELECTED GROUP […]

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LENORE CHINN: A GENEROUS PERSON OF DETAILS by Flo Oy Wong In 1991, while showing at the Oakland Museum’s Her Story exhibition, I received a letter from Lenore Chinn, artist and curator, inviting me to exhibit in a future show entitled Family Album, co-curated by her and Steve Compton. I was pleased to hear from […]

Links Women Artists of the American West Contains the essay: “Lesbian Photography on the U.S. West Coast 1972 – 1977.” by Tee A. Corinne The Site also contains an Artist Statement, Biography and Bibliography Interview with Tee Corrine by Barbara Kyne Tee Corinne: Obscurely Famous – 1998 Queer Arts Resource: Tee Corinne Interview: […]

Tee Corinne – Biography Born Linda Tee Cutchin, November 3, 1943, in St. Petersburg, Florida, Tee A. Corinne was educated at Newcomb College, Tulane University; St. Petersburg Junior College (A.A. 1964); the University of South Florida (B.A. 1965); and Pratt Institute (M.F.A., 1968). She grew up in the South and the Bahama Islands, went North […]

NEW WOMAN Tee A. Corinne – The Basic Lesbian Photograph “Trying to find ways to do lovemaking pics” [1], Tee A. Corinne has created a large and lasting body of photographs of lesbian eroticism. She was a revolutionary, she did what no one had done before her – she made erotic art for lesbians from […]

Tee Corinne – Self-portraiture in the Lesbian Community & Picturing Cancer in our Lives.” With Tee’s subsequent passing in August of 2006, we decided to bring these photographs together with her stirring lecture on lesbian self-portraiture – a tracing of the vibrant history and different modes of expression – and in a sense surround her […]