Queer Cultural Center annual exhibition presents 27 cutting edge artists who take on the body for your pleasure and edification. The exhibition highlights the 2014 theme of the National Queer Arts Festival, “Body Politic/s,” June 7–28, 2014.
Asian American Women Artist Association (AAWAA) and Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC) join forces to present the multidisciplinary art exhibition Eating Cultures, for the United States of Asian America Festival, May 1–May 30, 2014. Click here to read about the exhibition & accompanying events.
Work MORE! #6 (March 29–April 24, 2014) situates San Francisco’s avant-garde and traditional drag practices within a gallery space, re-contextualizing the artistry, aesthetics and forms that are ever-present and continually evolving in San Francisco’s nightlife venues.
In Hidden Cities, February 22–March 22, artists and activists reveal the overlooked within the city, make visible the invisible, give voice to the unheard and encourage the gallery visitor to physically explore urban social and spatial structures in new ways.
What happens when graphic designers extend the boundaries of their discipline and initiate creative explorations built on risk and uncertain ground? All Possible Futures explores the potential of graphic design and celebrates a questioning of boundaries. Opens with a reception Thursday, January 16, 6pm–9pm.
A visually dense and stimulating environment of elaborate, traditional altars and multi-dimensional art installations. Click here for more information about accompanying events & extended gallery hours.