Events

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Feast of Words: A Literary Potluck

Eat, write, and share on July 19th with poet Cole Krawitz and guest chef Justin Belluomini. The theme this month is “deconstruct” and our guest chef will tantalize your tastebuds with a communal paella!

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The Book: Performance featuring Jesse Hewit, PC Muñoz, and Tommy Shepherd

Avy K’s contemporary dancers collaborate with a an SFBG Goldie Award winning performer, a beat boxer, and a percussionist on the Cajon for this special page of The Book, July 14th.

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The Book performance with Ken Ueno & Matt Ingalls

Improvisational sound artists collaborate with contemporary dance group Avy K Productions for the second of five performances for The Book. Join the audio-visual-kinetic experience this Thursday, July 7th!

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THIS IS WHAT I WANT 2011: National Queer Arts Performance Festival – June 27 & 28

THEOFFCENTER presents the 2nd year of THIS IS WHAT I WANT, a festival that intently redefines the relationship between intimacy and performance. Performances at SOMArts on June 27 & 28.

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These Colors Don’t Run: BBQ, Drag Show, Live Music & SQUART!

SOMArts, Homo A Go Go, THEOFFCENTER, and SQUART creator Laura Arrington bring you Independence Weekend’s most irreverent 9-hour celebration, July 3rd!

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The Book: Free Opening Event With Dance Installations

An opening celebration for The Book exhibition & performances series. Evening features live painting and energy-building dance installations by Avy K Productions & Carol Swann. July 1, 6 – 9PM.

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Your Proposal from Start to Finish: A QIY Workshop

Artists, learn how to create stellar proposals at this workshop presented by the Queer Cultural Center with the help of Kevin Seaman and representatives from several venerable funding institutions. The experts will be on hand June 15th at 7:00PM!

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Closing Reception: A Place of Her Own

Your last chance to see the work of the 23 modern Asian American women artists featured in “A Place of Her Own”