May 22 Reels of Resistance Screening: Film IS Social Justice Activism S.F. LGBT Center – Rainbow Room 5pm From Ghost Dancers to revolutionary Mexican corridos, to Civil Rights era SNCC Freedom Singers to queer filmmakers like Marlon Riggs and Pratibha Parmar, presenters will illustrate that art IS activism.  With panelists T. Kebo Drew, […]

Director’s Statement Welcome to the 13th National Queer Arts Festival I heard Alice Walker quote her father, saying, “If we do not write our history, they will say it never happened.” The Queer Cultural Center preserves our art and culture. If you examine the 13,000 pages of our website you will see that it documents […]

Chronotopia: The Past, Present and Future of Queer Histories June 5 – 26th, 2010 SOMArts Gallery and Cultural Center San Francisco, California Chronotopia Curatorial Statement This exhibition captures the multiple dimensions of queer time and place; locates queer lives in relation to complex communities; and remembers historical moments that are framed and re-framed by the […]

Collage of square images featuring LGBTQ artists and text that says NQAF 2010 Queer Cultural Center Presents The 13th Annual National Queer Arts Festival