EMERGING SCHOLARS PROGRAM 2017-11-10T20:20:16+00:00

The Emerging Scholars Program (ESP) brings together recent graduates in the disciplines of Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Environmental Design disciplines whose work explores gender identity and issues relevant to queer and trans people of color with Bay Area non-profit, community based arts and social service organizations for a series of conversations that will bring community perspective to their work and develop a network of queer scholars and community partners to foster collaborative research, workshops and cultural events that will enrich the lives of the queer community. This program is being organized by the Queer Cultural Center in partnership with California College of the Arts and UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design.

History
April 26, 2017
Spring ESP
Jamee Crusan (CCA), Jennifer Moreno (SFAI), and Jess Dorrance (U.C. Berkeley)
Moderated by Sampada Aranke
02figure November 9th, 2016
Queer Visual Culture at the GLBT History Museum
Moderated by Sampada Aranke
01_ZachBlas Queer Technologies: A Conversation: with Emily Holmes, Anton Stuebner and Dorothy Santos.
Moderated by Nicole Archer
April 7, 2016
Helzel Boardroom, SF Campus, California College of the Arts
 IndiraMarianneKeyImage  Unsettling Colonialism: Imagining Emancipatory Poetries | Indira Allegra and Marianne Kongerslev in Conversation
Thursday, Februay 26, 2015
7pm – 9pm
SF LGBT Community Center
 DarkDesirePostcard  Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women: Cheryl Dunye & crystal am nelson
November 16, 7 pm
Center for Sex and Culture
 alongraciallinesKeyFINAL  Along Racial Lines: Maureen Burdock and Nancy Cato in conversation
September 16, 2014 70pm
Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco.
 EricaGomez2  Dancing With Desire: Chicana Lesbians In Contemporary Cinema: Erica Gomez in conversation with Raquel Gutiérrez.
August 9, 2014 7pm.
Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco.