Gallery Shows

The Center offers opportunities for the entire LGBT community to experience art, culture, and social interaction in a stimulating environment.

  • The Center's Gallery offers a museum-quality space dedicated to showing the work of established and emerging artists.
  • The Rainbow Room, a 2,300 square foot multipurpose room, has held cabaret performances, youth dances, comedy shows and film screenings.
  • Exhibitions hung throughout the building give community members a comprehensive arts experience. We present between five and seven building-wide shows a year.
  • We offer youth art classes, culminating in exhibitions at The Center.
On view in the Center's new first floor gallery July 22 - September 23, 2017
The Queer Ancestors Project: Prints by Queer and Trans Emerging Artists, including a 5-Year Restrospective
Honoring Anarchists & Arsonists, Abolitionists & Border Crossers, Dissident Divas, Divine Intervention, & Hope.
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Opening Reception
Monday, May 22, 2017
6:00 - 7:00 PM

On view May 22-June 18, 2017

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Join CultureStrike, The SF LGBT Center and Queer Cultural Center at the opening reception of Visions From The Inside: Illustrated Stories of Detained Mothers and Children.

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Stories of the Spectrum is a youth-led photo exhibit by youth members of the Chinese Progressive Association that documents the stories of queer and gender non-conforming people of color and their allies in the Bay Area.

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Macho Menos is a Latino queer slang play on the common Spanish phrase “mas o menos” which translates to “more or less”. This slang is used by Gay Latino men to claim their Queerness but to retain their machismo. The Macho Menos exhibition dissects and expands this term in order to examine the larger, complicated connections between queerness and machismo in Latino communities.

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