Join thousands of Dykes as we take to the streets, celebrating our diverse dyke culture with a radical political edge. We are everywhere & we are fierce & highly visible. The SF Dyke March is the most accessible major event in Northern California, with a seating section for seniors and people with disabilities & a cable […]

“I was born at the Queer Open Mic”- Dana Morrigan. Nothing says milestone like your first feature—featuring for the first time anywhere; Amy Dentata and Dana Morrigan!  Both of these writers and performers have been regulars at Queer Open Mic for the past couple of years and have work shopped and strengthened their writing chops […]

The Trans March is San Francisco’s largest transgender Pride event and one of the largest trans events in the entire world. It’s always the Friday of Pride weekend and this year’s theme is Trans Generations: Define Your Moment. Dress up, show up and be what happens!

Marga Gomez headlines and curates “Marga and The Babes” a queer comedy tradition now in it’s sixth year at NQAF. Each year Marga searches for the most exciting new queer talent on the comedy scene to feature in this outrageous, edgy and delicious night of laughs.  “Marga and The Babes” is a hilarious way to […]

Back by popular demand, The Crackpot Crones are appearing again as part of the National Queer Arts Festival.  Celebrate Gay Pride AND Summer Solstice with Terry Baum and Carolyn Myers, two pioneer funny feminists on Thursday, June 21 at 8 pm at The Garage.  With sketch comedy and improvisation, the Crones portray their screwball vision […]

THIS SHOW WAS CANCELLED Catch a sneak peak of Sex Tips for Straight Chicks, an edgy new queer comedy of love advice gone hilariously wrong by local playwright, Enrique Urueta (Learn to Be Latina), and presented by SF’s leading sketch comedy troupe, Killing My Lobster, with support from the Wattis Foundation and the Qcc@La Pena! through […]

Please join Writers Among Artists founder and editor Ali Liebegott in this visual and literary collaboration of dinosaurs knitting, fucking, and listening to Barbara Streisand! Queerness of the Paleolithic Age abounds at Faggot Dinosaur, a reading, and journal release celebration. With Artists: Resa Alboher, Mario Ashkar, Jen Benka & Carol Mirakove, Denise Bilbao, Cooper Bombardier, […]

“Frolic: Rainbow Circle”, is a dance concert which commemorates the 500 year history of the Two-Spirit/Queer Indigenous peoples’ presence. It’s a remembrance, an honoring, and a renewal through dance. Created by the Cuauhtemoc Peranda Mitote Dance Company, a male-Aztec Warrior, and a lady-Samoan Warrior have created an HONOR DANCE, which gives thanks to the existences […]

Although queer artists are an important part of the Bay Area cultural sector, there has been little to no assessment of who constitutes this community, or efforts to create a consolidated artist directory to facilitate collaboration, cooperation, and mutual support.  Join Pam Peniston, Kevin Seaman, and Ernesto Sopprani to discuss collaborative artistic practices and for […]

Morgan fell into her new gender at age 50. Morgan the man was a union iron worker hiking tall buildings in a single bound at countless construction sites. Then a horrific job site accident at age 50: a near fatal 2-story fall.  Recovery=Realization. Although studly & svelt, Morgan always felt uncomfortable as a man, but […]