Tag Archive for: NQAF 2013

What we’re lacking in representation on TV, lesbian web series producers are making up for on the web.  No doubt the future of video is online and there are now […]

This year, QCC will invite 30 artists and ensembles who attended this initial session to participate in two 6-hour intensive artistic program planning and grantwriting workshops. QCC will subsequently award […]

White Lies brings humor and hope to conversations about race and racism in the United States through music, dance, film and theater blended together in a multimedia performance that will […]

Inspired by Ginsberg’s collection of candid photographs with eccentric handwritten captions about his cohort of beat writers, lovers, and artists, Qcc and CJM invited 6 bay area artists and scholars […]

Directed by W. Kamau Bell. Enzo really does not want to end up cut into little pieces and deposited on the side of the highway.  Yet he’s risking just that […]

This Was Queerlesque!  is an intergenerational burlesque & cabaret show that explores the queer histories of burlesque/exotic dance. Featuring performances from burlesque legends like Holiday O’Hara and Isis Starr as […]

Frameline37 – Films Bring Us Together! The 37th San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival returns June 20-30, 2013. More info and tickets: www.frameline.org

Celebrate 10 years of killer queer lit programming at RADAR Superstar – RADAR’s 10th Birthday Party! With readings by Thomas McBee, writer of the Self-Made Man column on The Rumpus […]

Ramekon O’Arwisters’ exhibition, Sugar In Our Blood, is an autobiographical exploration of sexual stereotypes in the LGBTIQA and African-American communities. Folk-art traditions and techniques are physical stand-ins for race, sexuality, and […]

Borders and Freedom. Imaginations and Reality. La Rosa Mixtape is a night of short films and performances on the journeys and migrations of queer diasporas. Featuring films from all over […]