Creating Queer Community 2017

July 9 & 11 Creating Queer Community Oakland – Place and Time TBA San Francisco – Place and Time FREE QCC began operating  “Creating Queer Community” in 2000 by awarding 5 small commissions ranging from $500 to $1500.   Since then, QCC has commissioned approximately 130 LGBT artists to create new works that authentically express our [...]

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Siamese Dream – Steamroller

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 [...]

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#femmasculine

June 21 Brava presents #femmasculine BRAVA, 7:30 PM $15 NOTAFLOF Ticketing Link: -forthcoming- 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 get [...]

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Love in The Time of Piñatas

June 20 Brava Theatre Presents Love in The Time of Piñatas Brava Theatre Studio, 7:30 pm $15 Ticket Link: link forthcoming. Discipline: Performing Arts In “Love in the Time of Piñatas,” writer, comedian, and solo performer Baruch Porras Hernandez breaks open his life and lets all the candy fall out. Watch him wrestle with immigrant [...]

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Eccentric Modernisms

June 12 Eccentric Modernisms Tirza True Latimer GLBT, 7pm 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 connecting the cosmopolitan eccentrics [...]

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Picturing Kinship: Lenore Chinn

June 9 Picturing Kinship: Portraits of our Community by Lenore Chinn Exhibition through September 24 GLBT, 7pm Curated by Dr. Tirza True Latimer Local cultural and social justice activist and artist Lenore Chinn has been documenting the San Francisco Bay Area LGBT community for more than 30 years. She moved to the Castro District in [...]

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