An exhibition for Black History Month
Presented by the SF LGBT Community Center and Queer Cultural Center
Black no longer means solely the presence of all colors (in paint) or the absence of all color (in light); it’s a simplistic term for an entire ethnicity that has been labeled African American, Afro American and Negro, meant to encompass generations of mixed ethnicities and the diaspora of Black People. The artists in this exhibition are all black, Queer and carry the legacy of generational ingenuity, grace and honor in the voice of our community.
What we see are a multiplicity of visions, styles and media portraying the divine, the exquisite, and ourselves in our past, present and future. Celebrate the History of Blackness in “conversation” with these artists and artworks and find yourself, your friends and your family.
Curated by Ramona Laughing Brook Webb & Pamela Peniston from Queer Cultural Center
Friday, February 7, 2020
Opening: 5 – 8pm
Performance pop-ups: 6:30pm
February 3 – 28, 2020
SF LGBT Center
1800 Market Street at Octavia
San Francisco, CA