Tag Archive for: NQAF 2011

‘What A Piece of Work’ reveals nuanced expression of the human spirit, expressed through the human form. Together, these artists bring us closer to acceptance our shared humanity by celebrating […]

Slip back into a forbidden era. Re-imagine the Jazz age. Bawdy. Raunchy. Intellectually Stimulating! Harlem’s queer dandies meet dapper bulldaggers, sultry sirens mingle with soulful crooners; and cinematic truthtellers greet […]

The Contemporary Jewish Museum’s Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories reveals things about Stein’s life and career you won’t find across the street at SFMOMA, which focuses on her painting collection.  […]

Attending this 90-minute workshop is mandatory for artists and arts organizations seeking to participate in QCC’s 2012 National Queer Arts Festival or in our 2012 Healthy Community Program. This year, […]

Boys That Pray is a play about masculine women/ folks of color who identify with or whose lived experience reflects that of the transgendered community in their gender presentation. The […]

Within this theme, This is What I Want (and within the consideration of performing this theme) there is density, trigger, confusion, risk, trickery, lying, and the telling of some serious […]

2011 marks the 41st anniversary of the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade. The theme is “In Pride We Trust” and the event will be held over the weekend of […]

The largest Dyke March in the world, this year we celebrate our youth and honor their struggles to be out dykes in an often hostile world. Join thousands of your […]

The mission of the San Francisco Trans March is to inspire all trans and gender non-conforming people to realize a world where we are safe, loved, and empowered. We strive […]

America’s most wanted Latina Lesbian, Marga Gomez, returns to NQAF for her fifth year as co- headliner and procurer of fast rising queer comedy talent. “Marga & The Tomboys” stars […]