Roots in Resilience/Conjuring Roots
Amidst the shifting social and cultural landscape in San Francisco, how do we maintain our roots? The Roots In Resilience Film Festival and the Conjuring Roots visual arts program will explore how our origins affect both our present and future selves.
QUEER as FUCK: Launch Party!
Happy Pride Month! Come and celebrate the gayness of June at the QUEER as FUCK festival launch party!Read more
URBAN x INDIGENOUS: Remember Our Place?
In its second year, multi-disciplinary arts program URBAN x INDIGENOUS (UxI), will showcase their program Remember Our Place?, honoring ancestors in a society which is driven by the act of leaving them behind.
12th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival
Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP) hosts their 12th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival with a roster showcasing 38 innovative films from around the world!
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit
Performer Nancy Wang will wrestle the tricky but tried and true White Rabbit, Red Rabbit play, written by Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour.
Locus of Control
Internationally touring author and spoken word artist, Jason Bayani, explores the narrative of the fourth-wave Filipino immigrant in Locus of Control, utilizing poetry, storytelling, and performance.
Standing Strong! Japantown and Fillmore
Exploring and celebrating the spirit of African-American and Japanese- American communities amongst racial discrimination, segregation, redevelopment and gentrification, members of Shizue Seigel’s Write Now! Japantown and Write Now! Fillmore writing workshops will read from the Standing Strong! Fillmore and Japantown community anthology.Read more
Revisiting Our Roots & Madame Ho
Legendary San Francisco institutions, Kearny Street Workshop and the Great Star Theater in Chinatown present programs exploring Asian American roots through literature, photography and the stage during upcoming events this month.
Can’t Stop Cryin’ for America: Black Lives Matter! w/ Jon Jang
Can’t Stop Cryin’ for America: Black Lives Matter!, a music work dedicated to victims of police brutality and hate crimes this past year, will feature local jazz pianist, Jon Jang, in collaboration with poet performer, Amanda Kemp. The piece will be organized into seven vignettes, named after each black victim group killed this past year.
Black Geomancy and Liminal Space w/ Genny Lim
Join artist Genny Lim and other performers as they explore the time-space continuum and dark holes as metaphors for change, transformation and existence.Read more