Tag Archive for: NQAF 2011

Are you a virtuous woman? Do you intend to live a virtuous life in the United States? Do you know that you are at liberty now to go to the […]

Artists and Their Circles Carland, Katz, and Koestenbaum are joined in an onstage discussion to address how artistic circles form and transform visual and literary artistic practices. Coinciding with the […]

Don’t miss one of the first collections featuring queer graffiti and street art artists. A multimedia featuring catolog, postered construction walls, murals, and visual arts exhibit, it’s a groundbreaking project! […]

June 3-4 Organ Donor with Kyra Rice, Michael Velez, Ronja Ver and Tyler Holmes The Garage 975 Howard St. SF 8pm $10-$20 975howard.com June 5-6 Garage All-Stars I with STEAMROLLER, […]

The BEarMUSEMENT art exhibition foregrounds ideas about what images are considered “beautiful” in LGBTQ culture and forwards an aesthetic vision of Bears and Chubs. Exhibition artist Noel Ibay works in […]

QCC’s Queer Conversations on Culture and the Arts presents: Jonathan D. Katz, co-curator of Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture A Fundraiser/Reception and Lecture LGBT Center – 4th floor […]

Despite queer histories of seeking less harmful ways of living –lesbian lands, radical faeire lands, urban queer collectives- creative queer visions of sustainability are often missing in the current heteronormative […]

Essayist, cultural critic, and poet Wayne Koestenbaum is one of the most energetic and original writers working today.  With books like The Queen’s Throat: Opera, Homosexuality and the Mystery of […]

Since 2003, RADAR Productions has hosted monthly literary performance  with an emphasis on queer-centric and underground voices. Each June, RADAR joins forces with the National Queer Arts Festival and the […]

Welcome to the 2011 National Queer Arts Festival A Sustainable Queer Planet When we discussed this theme for the 2011 National Queer Arts Festival, we were thinking of all the […]