Tag Archive for: NQAF 2016

Evie Leder This work is made as a gift for my father, a closeted homosexual who passed away in 2003. It’s the first in a series called “Kaddish”, dealing with […]

Debra Walker This work documents a few of the pieces Walker is doing with Google in San Francisco. The actual images are digital painting in a variety of applications of […]

Kolbe Roper Looking at queer culture and histories of San Francisco I erase Drummer Magazine covers with silver polish, and use hand embroidery on leather, a traditional kink material, to […]

Carlo Arbruzzee By processing information from the US Census, these paintings translate demographic data into visual form. Each color, including white, represents one of the 7 ethnic groups as defined […]

Bren Ahearn I use textile crafts to explore masculinity’s conflicting messages, and I typically use the cross-stitch ABC sampler form to document how I’ve been educated to be a man […]

Angie Wilson Angie Wilson’s works emerge as meditations on creation and the cosmos, referencing natural phenomena as well as craft traditions. She explores inner and outer space, making tangible the […]

EG Crichton Artist’s Statement These two pieces were part of Archivi Migranti / surrogates from elsewhere, an exhibit that opened at the Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna last November. I […]

QIY (Queer-It-Yourself) Expo and Faire

The exhibition focused on the use of traditional craft techniques in non-traditional ways, new media work that uses code and image processing to weave narrative and experimental structures across platforms, and the idea of the Craft, Maker, and Pop-Up Market places as alternative models for economic and aesthetic transactions.

Opening: June 17, 2016 at 6pm
Exhibition: June 14 – 21, 2016
SOMArts Bay Gallery, San Francisco

Join the Cartoon Art Museum at SOMArts Cultural Center for a celebration of queer culture in comics! Draw, cosplay, mingle, meet creators, buy art, watch demonstrations, join conversations, and learn about LGBT*Q representation in comic books. Plus, enjoy surprises just for queer parents and kids to celebrate Fathers Day Weekend.
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June 3, 2016
6 – 10pm
Betti Ono Gallery, Oakland

Join us for the opening of 2 exhibitions: The 5Faces Project is a multi-genre collaborative gallery experience courtesy documentary photographer EPLi and black femme burlesque superstar, The Lady Ms. Vagina Jenkins; Femme Space is a photo project exploring queer femme identity and reclamation of space.
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