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May 15 CAAM & Qcc present Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies KABUKI, 7:10PM We are excited to present a program of short films by three talented local media makers, each showcasing a unique approach to using the home movie footage digitized for CAAM’s Memories to Light: Asian American home movies project. Brought to […]

May 31 – June 2, 2018 SF International Arts Festival & Qcc present SOLO DATE Southside, various times Pao Chang Tsai Tickets: General Admission $25 http://www.sfiaf.org/2018_pao_chang_tsai Solo Date is written and performed by Pao-Chang Tsai. It tells the story of Ho-Nien, whose long-time lover and partner Alan is killed in an air crash. Stricken with grief Ho-Nien attempts […]

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 […]

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June 30, 2018 Jesus Christ Superstar Postponed Qcc will host for one night only, the voices and music of San Francisco’s amazing trans and non-binary community. In our reimagined version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s radical rock opera, Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and the disciples are recast as a band of queer trans women, featuring Star Amerasu, […]

June 28, 2018 mouth full of sea AAACC, 8pm Gabriel Christian and C. Chibueze Crouch Prices: $10 – $20 sliding scale, NOTAFLOF Get Tickets Summoning song, dance, performance and film, two blaq artists present a body of work grappling with their personal links to Trans-Atlantic slavery. Using Christina Sharpe’s In the Wake as a touchstone, […]

Chile! Hood Stories, is a 60 minute multidisciplinary theatre production exploring safe sex, gender fluidity, sexuality and cannabis. This retelling of classic children’s tales with story lines that reflect a broad range of sexualities, genderqueer and cis gendered characters. Truth be told, fables were meant for adults all along!

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San Francisco Pride is one of the oldest and largest LGBTQIA parades in the world. Contingents march through the heart of the city, along Market Street, with more than 100,000 spectators. Over 270 contingents participated in our 2017 parade, making it one of the largest in the history of our event. Celebration Civic Center Plaza […]

26th San Francisco Dyke March Saturday, June 23, 2018 5pm Calling All Dykes: Take Up Your Space​ Dyke is not just a sexual orientation. It’s a political identity. It stands for community. It stands for solidarity. It stands for radical fight. It stands for trans*, black, brown, queer, bisexual, lesbian, disabled, chronically ill, fat, femme, […]

San Francisco Trans March 2018 Friday, June 22, 2018 Place Dolores Park, San Francisco Event Program *11am-2pm: Youth & Elder Brunch (hosted by LYRIC & Open House) *2-6pm: -Resource Fair (sponsors & vendors) -Family Area (hosted by Our Family Coalition) -Transformation Booth (hosted by API Wellness) *3-6pm: Stage Performers & Speakers *6-7:30pm: Street March *7:30pm: […]