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June 1, 2017 Qcc & the DeAnza College Femme Space DeAnza College, CA History Center 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino wheelchair accessible 10:30am-panel; 4pm-reception Exhibition through June “If you don’t see femmes as queers, it’s because you choose to not see us. You are invested in our erasure. We are here. We have always been here.” […]

June 7, 2017 Vintage Q Queer retro musicians sing about the future of gender East Side Arts Alliance 2277 International Blvd Oakland 94606 wheelchair accessible 7:30pm $12, no one turned away for lack of funds Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vintage-q-the-singing-bois-dena-underwood-in-concert-tickets-33952306262 Performing Arts (Music) The Singing Bois and Dena Underwood present an evening-length concert of queer retro music, performing […]

resilience archive photo

June 6 Visibility Project, Mia Nakano, Kat Evasco, API Equality – Northern California, QCC, and Intersection for the Arts present The Resilience Archives Intersection for the Arts, 901 Mission Street #306 wheelchair accessible Reception: 6-8:30pm; Performance: 6:30-7:15pm Sliding scale donations ($5-$20). No one turned away for lack of funds For tickets click here The Resilience […]

Invitation to Lenore Chinn's painting show

June 3, 2017 FACE 2.0 Queerness in Self-Portraiture Opening reception is Saturday June 3rd from: 1-4pm SOMArts Cultural Center wheelchair accessible Free Event Show is also open June 4th from 1-3pm. FREE Twenty years ago, a group of artists and activists met to create what would become Qcc The Center for Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender […]

Photo of Still Here group

June 4 Still Here San Francisco Presents Sabor a Mí: Still Here 5 BRAVA, 7pm wheelchair accessible $15-$25, NOTA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sabor-a-mi-still-here-5-tickets-33951943176 With the Orlando losses and anti-Latinx/queer/trans/immigrant hate, Latinx have gained mainstream visibility through violence. With this show we claim our visibility as queer/trans Latinx. We exist. We own our stories. We tell them with […]

June 3, 10, 17, 24, 2017 Radar Productions Presents Drag Queen Story Hour June 3, 12pm, San Francisco Public Library – Eureka Valley Branch wheelchair accessible June 10, 11am, San Francisco Public Library – Main Branch wheelchair accessible June 17, 2pm, San Francisco Public Library – Bernal Heights Branch wheelchair accessible June 24, 10am, Oakland […]

June 3-4, 2017 You Are Enough Opening reception is Saturday June 3 | 1-4pm SOMArts Cultural Center wheelchair accessible Free Event Show is also open June 4th from 1-3pm. Discipline: Visual Arts You Are Enough is a visual arts show that calls forth our strategies of resistance, radical self-love, and breaking the silence in order […]

June 3, 2017 The Queer Ancestors Project Art Exhibition: Prints by Queer & Trans Emerging Artists SOMArts, 934 Brannan Street wheelchair accessible 12-1pm Artist Panel & First Dibs Print Sale 1-4 Artist Reception & Print Sale Show is also open June 4th from 1-3pm. Artists Corey Brown, Joan Chen, daveron, Zerena Diaz, Alan Guttirez, Holly […]

June 2, 2017 Art Practice Makes Art Pervert Curator: Dorothy R. Santos Center for Sex and Culture wheelchair accessible 6-9 pm Free Visual Arts     Art Perfect makes Art Pervert is a solo exhibition of Bay Area-based artist Dorian Katz curated by Dorothy R. Santos. Her drawing series 120 Days of Sodomy appropriates the […]

June 1, 2017 Radar Productions Presents Radar Superstar San Francisco Public Library Koret Auditorium 100 Larkin Street wheelchair accessible 6pm FREE Now in its fourteenth year, Radar Superstar brings 4 incredible queer artists to the San Francisco Public Library for one night. Radar Productions is a queer literary arts non-profit based in San Francisco. Radar […]