Click to Run the downloaded file. By sex and the city opening theme to pulp to run this downloaded file you agree to the Microsoft Service Agreement and Privacy Statement. A portfolio of color saturated, homoerotic drawings by an unknown artist were given to sex positive activist Buzz Bense by his dentist. His dentist received them in 1975 from a patient who said they were the work of a friend.
Peter Max or the Beatles’ movie Yellow Submarine. Before he passed away on November 19, 2016, Buzz passed along this collection to Alex Fialho, Visual AIDS Programs Director who co-curated Safe Sex Bang: the Buzz Bense Poster Collection with CSC’s gallery director Dorian Katz. Buzz expressed his wish for Alex to display and write on this art, which Alex is, with the exhibition at CSC and a writing commission for SFMoMA Open Space about the drawings and Buzz’s life and legacy. Featured Artists: Indira Allegra, Eliza Barrios, Bushmama Africa, Wanda K.
Watermelon Woman is not only the first African-American lesbian film but it is also a platform for deeper dialog about the importance of archiving African American history – in particular African-American queer history. 0 is an interactive program where academic partners, artists of various mediums and creative technologies, and socially conscious venue partners unite to pay homage, celebrate and highlight the cultural relevance of the legendary film, Watermelon Woman by filmmaker, Cheryl Dunye. Charles Gatewood, who died this spring, took pictures from the 1960s until the end of his life. Gatewood made his first sale of a photograph in 1966 with his iconic portrait of Bob Dylan. In the CSC Gallery: Slut Kerchief Project by Geana Sieburger, photos by rosey lakos.
A slut-kerchief is a linen square silk-screened with a hand-written definition of the word slut taken from the original Oxford English Dictionary. A reception for the artist, book launch and birthday celebration will be held on Friday, Sept. 18th at the CSC at 1349 Mission St. Part 2 of City of Wounded Boys will open on Fri, Sept. 25th at the Mark I Chester Studio, at 1229 Folsom St. Mark I Chester has created a dark explicit photographic diary that documents his life in San Francisco’s sexual underground from the late 1970s to the present.
The Center for Sex and Culture is open on Tuesdays from 2-6 pm. San Francisco, CA— The Center for Sex and Culture is pleased to present the group exhibition, Dark Desires: The Erotic Lives of Black Women. An important group exhibition, Dark Desires answers this question by exploring the history of the black erotic, broadly speaking, with a particular interest in black female-identified sexual subjectivities. 10 pm at the Center for Sex and Culture. There will be an artist roundtable discussion led by the curator at 7:30 pm. A of director, writer, producer Dennis Dortch and co-producer and Dark Desires artist Numa Perrier.
The screening takes place at the Center for Sex and Culture. On Sunday November 16, 2014, 7-9 pm, Center for Sex and Culture will host the Queer Cultural Center’s Emerging Scholars Program event, a conversation between crystal am nelson and filmmaker and educator Cheryl Dunye. Dark Desires is curated and organized by crystal am nelson. For more information about the curator, please visitwww. Doing Your Dirty Work 3: Deeper, Closer focuses on work by Bay Area visual artists addressing themes of themes of sexuality, sexual identity, and gender identity in their art.
Doing Your Dirty Work is CSC’s annual group show of contemporary artists. This year’s show, as the title suggests, stays Closer, limiting submissions to Bay Area artists, and goes Deeper, presenting more work by each artist. The Mayor of Folsom Street: The Life and Times of Daddy Alan Selby, aka Mr. He was a tireless activist and fundraiser and an incorrigible flirt who mentored hundreds and fucked thousands. Tackitt-Jones is a native Californian and a long-time San Francisco resident now residing in rural Mendocino County. He is an independent scholar, curator, artist and activist. Visual Studies, with an emphasis in Critical Theory, from the University of California Irvine, and holds an M.