Large scale video projections by cutting edge Queer, Trans, POC performance/video artists investigate the culture of the #Selfie. Over 100 Selfies from QCC and NQAF’S BFFs. Plus RETRIEVAL featuring 6 video portraits culled from a global network of LGBT historical archives.
June 21 QCC & the GLBT History Museum present Dyke Codes: Coming Out Outside The Bubble Post Disco to Pre Internet GLBT History Museum, wheelchair accessible 7pm Tickets-$5-$15 donation at the door Pre-internet, post-disco, a new generation of old school queers share their stories about coming out as young dykes of color outside of big […]
June 8 Israel / Palestine: An Act of Seeing Mocha Jean Herrup Qulture Collective, 1714 Franklin St, Oakland, 6:30pm FREE Filmmaker and performer Mocha Jean Herrup brings a filmmaker’s eye and a queer deconstructive lens to an exhibit of photographs that redefines the frame of Israel / Palestine. “Israel / Palestine: An Act of Seeing” […]
July 9 & 11 Creating Queer Community July 9, 2pm – Oakland/Qulture Collective, 1741 Franklin St. wheelchair accessible July 11, 6:30pm – San Francisco/LGBT Community Center, 1800 Market St wheelchair accessible FREE QCC began operating “Creating Queer Community” in 2000 by awarding 5 small commissions ranging from $500 to $1500. Since then, QCC has commissioned […]
May 25, 27, 28 QCC, SFIAF & STEAMROLLER Dance present: Siamese Dream Fort Mason/Firehouse, Times vary $25, Students & Seniors Discount More Info & Tickets: http://www.sfiaf.org/steamroller_dance_company_2017 To commemorate the 20th anniversary of its debut, STEAMROLLER Dance Company presents a reimagining of their signature work, Siamese Dream. Siamese Dream takes the sweep of classic Hollywood musicals […]
National Queer Arts Festival QCC stages an annual month-long multidisciplinary National Queer Arts Festival, documents significant Bay Area Queer arts events on our Website, provides fundraising and other technical assistance services to emerging culturally-specific and gender-specific Queer arts groups, and conducts “Creating Queer Community,” a program that to date has commissioned more than 120 San […]
June 21 Brava presents #femmasculine BRAVA wheelchair accessible 8pm $15 NOTAFLOF Ticketing Link: https://brava.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S41000001qDZdEAM More Information: SeamanArts.com/femmasculine Discipline: Multidisciplinary Performing Arts Can you be genderqueer in the streets and a man in the sheets? Can you solve racism through hook-up apps? Can drag be the antidote to toxic masculinity? …and if so, will you ever […]
June 12 Eccentric Modernisms Tirza True Latimer GLBT History Museum, 7pm wheelchair accessible Free with Museum Entrance Salon/Discussion Tirza Latimer discusses her book Eccentric Modernisms: Making Differences in the History of American Art with Jim Voorhies, Dean of Fine Arts at California College of the Arts. Her new book traces the relational and artistic networks […]