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June 5, 2018 SF Arts Commission Galleries & Qcc present PlaceHolders: Queers Artists Map the Places that Formed Them SFACG, 7:30pm FREE Event Exhibition: Culture Catalyst:  Celebrating the Art and Legacy of 50 years of the Neighborhood Arts Program (NAP) Being queer can make someone both an insider and outsider to their homeland(s). Through poetry, performance, […]

May 30 Still Here VI presents (or Still Here 6) Existence as Resistance: Black, Queer and Still Here AAACC, 7:30pm $12-$20 sliding scale, NOTA Ticket Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/still-here-vi-presents-existence-as-resistance-black-queer-and-still-here-tickets-45053309662 In its 6th year, Still Here centers the experiences of queer Black artists raised in San Francisco. San Francisco’s Black population is now estimated at 3-5.8%   Queer Black artists […]

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June 30 – July 1 KB Boyce and Celeste Chan Queer Rebels Fest! African American Art and Culture Complex wheelchair accessible 7:30pm $15-20, NOTA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/queer-rebels-fest-tickets-33985209677 This year Queer Rebels Fest teams up with Foglifter Journal for 2 nights of subversive performance featuring a different cast each night! Join us in celebrating queer & transgender […]

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June 14, 2017 “Some things you lose, some things you give away”* African American Art and Culture Complex wheelchair accessible 7:30pm $12-$20 NOTA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/some-things-you-lose-some-things-you-give-away-tickets-33967494691 Discipline: Performance, Spoken Word and Multimedia What remains after loss? Ghost mentors, lost spaces, immigrants, hippies, San Francisco, sperm, evictions, and ex-lesbians. Cooper Lee Bombardier, Natalia Vigil, Celeste Chan, Regie […]

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June 12-13, 2017 Peacock Rebellion presents Brouhaha: Trans People of Color Comedy Festival EastSide Arts Alliance & First Congregational Church wheelchair accessible See website for more details: http://www.peacockrebellion.org/ Get tix for the sketch comedy show here: 6/12 https://brouhahasketch.eventbrite.com Get tix for the stand-up + storytelling show here 6/13 https://brouhahastandup.eventbrite.com 7pm $12-$25 Brown Paper Tickets Peacock […]

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June 10, 2017 Thea Hillman, Kendra Lubalin, and Elizabeth Stark curate/present: Trajectory: Poets, Performers, and Activists Over 40 Talk About Then & Now LGBT Community Center, 3pm wheelchair accessible $10-20, NOTA Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trajectory-poets-performers-and-activists-over-40-talk-about-then-now-tickets-33952862927 Twenty years after the first National Queer Arts Festival, we look back on where we were when the festival was conceived of […]

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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 […]

queeriosity

June 18, 2016
7pm
SOMArts, San Francisco

June 21, 2015 For Sizakele: A Performative Excerpt Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene African American Art and Culture Complex 762 Fulton Street 5pm $12 – $20 Special admission includes book. For Sizakele is a soul-stirring, lyrically beautiful novel that addresses queer African gender, transcontinental identity, inter-partner violence and how we love as the ultimate illuminator of […]

June 12, 2015 Queeriosity Performance Showcase Youth Speaks San Francisco LGBT Community Center 1800 Market Street @ Octavia 7pm FREE Queeriosity Performance Showcase is an annual spoken word and performance event dedicated to young people who are reshaping the conversations about sexuality, identity, and community. Website: http://youthspeaks.org/performances/queeriosity/ Youth Speaks first presented Queeriosity in 1999, the […]