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DON’T MISS THIS IS WHAT I WANT PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL, June 26–29

Two bills of newly commissioned works by San Francisco and Los Angeles artists redefine relationships between intimacy and performance.

Interview With Exhibiting Artist Bug Davidson

“In this interview with artist Bug Davidson, exhibiting in Queer Cultural Center’s ReMix: ReFraming Appropriation, now through June 26th, Davidson discusses how it is necessary to be flexible with labels as an artist and talks about his work Screen Tests in addition to …

Interview with Exhibiting Artist Paul Baker Prindle

“Not so long ago, living openly as a LGTBQI person was not an option for many people in the United States.  Today’s queer culture has changed significantly and we’ve seen the lasting legacy of Stonewall, Harvey Milk, and the Civil …

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Soul & Symbols of a Delta: Contemporary Art from Bangladesh

Opening Thursday, June 7, 5:30–7pm, Alluvial Arts’ inaugural exhibition features the work of four acclaimed Bangladeshi artists. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience contemporary art that interprets and reclaims ancient artistic traditions of the Bengal in today’s context.

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The News: Experimental Queer Performance

Longing to see something delightfully queer, thrillingly experimental and brand new? The News is for you! Tuesday, June 5, 7:30pm

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Interview with exhibiting artist Flo Oy Wong

SOMArts graphic design intern Corinna Karg caught up with exhibiting artist Flo Oy Wong to talk about family history, creative expression and achieving artistic success later in life.  See more of Wong’s work online at www.flo-oy-wongartist.com and in The Future Is …

Interview with exhibiting artist Binh Danh

 SOMArts graphic design intern Corinna Karg caught up with exhibiting artist Binh Danh to talk about materials, techniques, and transmigration. See more of Danh’s work online at  www.binhdanh.com and in The Future Is NOW: Asian America on its Own Terms, now …

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Interview with exhibiting artist Ranu Mukherjee

SOMArts graphic design intern Corinna Karg caught up with exhibiting artist Ranu Mukherjee to talk about collaboration, crowd-sourcing, overlapping histories and migration. See more of Mukherjee’s work online at www.ranumukherjee.com and in The Future Is NOW: Asian America on its …