Nov. 7 - Nov. 10, 2019, the Roxie Theater hosts the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival. SFTFF provides opportunities for transgender and gender variant media artists, builds community through our film and performance events, and engages our audiences in cross-community dialogue.
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A free grant writing workshop for LGBTQ+ artists that includes three separate learning sections. We encourage you to register for one or all three. Please note the last section is only open to applicants to the CQC program. Space is limited to 20 participants.
Nov. 16, 2019 Mia Nakano 2019-11-16T06:23:41+00:00
Queer Cultural Center is a proud co-sponsor of Coast to Coast: Mumbai to the Mission a series of short films that includes Home Girl by Poonam Brah. A story of a British-Pakistani woman's struggle to reconcile her queerness with her deceased mother's expectations.
For the first time in QCC’s history, we are hiring a full-time Executive Director. We seek someone who can intentionally, strategically, and with clear vision bring QCC into a new phase of being. Are you that person? Do you know that person?
On Wednesday, October 23, 2019, Dorothy R. Santos moderates a conversation between micha cárdenas, PhD and Mel Y. Chen at CCA's Timken Auditorium in San Francisco.
Oct. 23, 2019 Mia Nakano 2019-10-25T18:34:49+00:00
Queer Cultural Center (QCC) provides approximately 20 grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 to support innovative projects in any artistic medium that builds LGBTQ+ community through the arts. Most of this funding supports projects taking place during the 2020 National Queer Arts Festival (NQAF), which is slated to run May to July of 2020. Applications are due October 25th, apply today!
DUE: Oct. 25 Mia Nakano 2019-10-28T18:34:46+00:00
Creating Queer Community is an annual grants program to commission LGBTQ+ artists and arts organizations to build their knowledge base around their artistic practice. We do this by providing modest stipends combined with free educational opportunities that encompass technical skills (lighting design, script writing, and stage direction) to marketing, show production, and box office “how-tos”. We are accepting Letters of Intent for the Emerging Artists and Creating Queer Community 1 cohorts until October 25, 2019.
DUE: October 25, 2019 Mia Nakano 2019-10-28T18:35:58+00:00
CQC Grantees - 2016 Manifesting Access is an intentionally more accessible (captioned and audio described) collection of short movies that expose truths [...]