Still Here, the NQAF hit, is back by popular demand! Don't miss it!
What does it mean to grow up in San Francisco, to come out, to negotiate home, self, identity, family, loss, and love in a city widely perceived as a gay mecca?
Still Here presents new work by artists raised in San Francisco during the 80s and 90s and still living in the Bay Area that delves into these never-explored questions. With the AIDS crisis in the backdrop of their childhoods, they came of age during a period of both great visibility and simultaneous loss for what would become their queer community. With varied backgrounds in dance, writing, performance, and video, Still Here reveals hidden, but crucial voices.
Still Here is co-sponsored and funded in part by Galeria de la Raza and the Queer Cultural Center.
Still Here is co-sponsored and funded by Galeria de la Raza. Still Here is made possible thanks to the support received from Galeria de la Raza's ReGen Artist Fund, a technical assistance, capacity-building, and small grants program serving Latino artists. The ReGen Artist Fund is made possible with the support of the National Association for Latino Arts and Culture and the California Arts Council.
The Garage (View)
715 Bryant St.
San Franciso, CA 94518
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