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Jordan Joel Pennock – Strut

Strut
470 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114

Jordan Joel Pennock is a practicing artist living in the Bay Area. He moved to the city from a rural coastal town in 2004 to earn a bachelors of science from UC Berkeley. Currently working in in both visual and performing arts Jordan spends his time training, dancing, performing, and […]

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Felix D’Eon | Strut

Felix D’Eon
Fri, Aug 11, 2017 8:00pm – 10:00pm | Opening Reception
Saturday 10 – 6pm | The Gallery will be open in conjunction with Queer Open Studios.
Strut Third Floor
470 Castro St.
Check website for Strut hours: http://strutsf.org/

Please join us for an Opening Reception to celebrate our exhibition of the work of internationally-renown artist, Felix D’Eon! We are […]

By |July 24th, 2017|QOSSF, QueerOpenStudios|Comments Off on Felix D’Eon | Strut

Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith is an artist who lives and works in San Francisco.

Featured Image:
Moon Over Waterfalls
Acrylic on glass
35in.by 47in.

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Nikos Diaman

Nikos Diaman @ Openhouse.

Art for me offers a glimpse into another reality. I look for interesting images or compositions in everyday life. I find beauty within both spare simplicity or lush elegance and am especially drawn to vivid colors. Above all I strive to present a fresh artistic vision.

www.nikosdiaman.com

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Developing Environments

Developing Environments will be showing the work of 6 artists: Hugh Buck, Debra Walker, Carlo Abruzzese, Pamela Peniston and Rudy Lemcke. Group show on the 3rd Floor and individual studios will be open.
History
In the late nineteen sixties, a small group of artists, inspired by a flourishing but already full San Francisco artist building on Howard […]

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openHouse

Featured artists from the Openhouse community will be showing their work on Saturday, August 12th, from 1-4pm.

Participating artists will be listed here.

Openhouse enables San Francisco Bay Area LGBT seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing housing, direct services and community programs. As a result, we have reduced isolation and […]

By |July 19th, 2017|Art, QOSSF, QueerOpenStudios|Comments Off on openHouse

Center for Sex and Culture | Dorian Katz

The Center for Sex and Culture features the work of Dorian Katz through August.

Dorian will be hosting open gallery and library hours 5-8 pm Friday July 28 and Friday August 4. Please come by to see my art show at Center for Sex and Culture up until august 25

Dorian Katz, aka Poppers the Pony, draws […]

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SF LGBT Community Center

The San Francisco LGBT Community Center will host artist Katie Gilmartin and the Queer Ancestors Project in conjunction with Queer Open Studios.

Gallery Hours are 12 -5 on Saturday, August 12th. The Center is not open on Sunday, August 13th.

The Queer Ancestors Project is devoted to forging sturdy relationships between LGBTQI people and our ancestors. Using […]

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ArtSavesLives Studio and Gallery

ArtSavesLives will host their monthly exhibition in conjunction with Queer Open Studios 2017.
 
Art Saves Lives is an amazing gallery/event space located in the heart of the Castro District. The Gallery is run and curated by Thomasina DeMaio, a staple of the San Francisco art scene for over 30 years.

Participating Artists will be listed here.
https://www.facebook.com/sfartslave/
 

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Lenore Chinn – GLBT History Museum

GLBT History Museum presents “Picturing Kinship: Portraits of Our Community by Lenore Chinn, part of Qcc’s Queer Open Studios

Lenore Chinn is a second-generation Asian American painter, photographer, and activist whose work has been shown nationally for more than three decades. Her paintings are based in the Bay Area tradition of photorealism, with its practice of […]

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