Location: Strut

Foglifter Press: Litquake Edition

We are excited to host another FOGLIFTER event with LITQUAKE!

Join Foglifter Press as they celebrate the new issue of the Foglifter literary journal—a biannual compendium of the most dynamic, urgent queer and trans writing today, with an emphasis on transgressive, risky, challenging subject matter, innovative formal choices, and work that pushes the boundaries of what writing can do. By putting extraordinary queer and trans writers into conversation, Foglifter uplifts a growing community of LGBTQ+ readers and writers, and carves out space in the larger literary community for voices that have historically been silenced. Contributors will read from their work. FREE

Edward Gunawan is the author of two chapbooks—The Way Back (winner of Start a Riot! Prize, forthcoming by Foglifter Press) and Press Play (Sweet Lit). He has also completed over 25 feature films and shorts projects as writer, producer, actor, and/or director. A queer immigrant from Indonesia and of Chinese heritage, he now resides on unceded Ohlone land in Oakland, CA.

Wenmimareba Collins Klobah is a Black artist, performer, writer, and cultural critic from San Juan, Puerto Rico. She received her MFA in poetry from the California College of the Arts. Her poems are forthcoming or have recently appeared in Samovar and La piel del arrecife. Her fiction has appeared in The Dark Magazine and in the Akashic Books Duppy Thursday Series of Caribbean Stories.

Gina Hay is a Dutch writer from Curaçao, currently based in Victoria, BC, Canada. Find her poetry and prose in PRISM International, Glamcult, Grain Magazine, and elsewhere. Her debut chapbook, i float like a bad girlfriend, is available through Rahila’s Ghost Press. Gina likes mean lesbians, prophecies, and Cher.

Andy Bandyopadhyay writes about all things queer and trans health for Xtra Magazine. Follow his work at andybandyopadhyay.com.

Simone Zapata is a poet and educator from San José, CA. She recently co-curated the LA-based exhibition Tense Renderings: the will and won’t of spatial logics, which interrogates the motivations, conditions, and limitations of maps and mapmaking. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from California Institute of the Arts.

Hernan De La Cruz Ramos (he/him) is a 27 year-old emo boi that likes sandwiches, long drives, and hella music. He was born and raised on Munsee Lanape land, but he currently lives on Ohlone Chochenyo land and teaches on Ohlone Ramaytush land (also known as northern New Jersey, Oakland, and SF respectively). He also has three poems published in The Night Heron Barks.

Lydia Elias is a queer, Ethiopian-American woman based in Oakland, CA. Her work includes poetry and personal essays. She has performed spoken word around the Bay Area. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Brown University. She enjoys spending time in nature and engaging in community organizations in the East Bay.

Troy Oko (Troy Tarkington Rockett) works within theater, film, and digital media to explore spiritualities, intimacies, and self preservation practices created by Queer and Trans communities. He holds a Masters in English Literature & Creative Writing, and is a VONA Voices and LAMBDA Literary fellow, Astraea Lesbian Writers Fund recipient, Theatre Bay Area Titan Award Winner, and is part of the producers circle with the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project.

If you have any questions about Strut/ San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s events please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org To learn more about the San Francisco AIDS Foundation/Strut visit sfaf.org

Accessibility: There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor. There are wheelchair-accessible bathrooms on the floor where the event is taking place. All bathrooms are gender neutral.


Army of Lovers: K.M. Soehnlein with Jesse Ataide

Book Release for ARMY OF LOVERS by K.M. Soehnlein

Arriving in New York City full of idealism, Paul discovers the queer community gathering strength in the face of government inaction and social stigma. As he protests, parties, and makes a new home, he finds himself pulling away from his HIV-negative boyfriend to pursue an intense bond with a passionate, HIV-positive artist. Paul’s awakening parallels ACT UP’s rise, successes, and controversies. And then everything shifts again, as his family is thrust into their own life-and-death struggle that tests him even further. K.M. Soehnlein’s new novel Army of Lovers takes inspiration from the author’s activism inside the vibrant queer community of the ’80s and ’90s, blending history and fiction into an exploration of memory, community, love, and justice. Soehnlein reads and discusses with Jesse Ataide. FREE. 

Jesse Ataide received his MA at San Francisco State University, and is employed at the J. Paul Leonard Library at SF State. He runs the Instagram account @queer_modernisms which showcases queer art & culture of the pre-Stonewall era.

K.M. Soehnlein is the author of the novels Army of Lovers (2022), Robin and Ruby (2010), You Can Say You Knew Me When (2005), and the Lambda Award-winning The World of Normal Boys (2000). He teaches in the MFA in Writing Program at University of San Francisco.


Community Dia de Muertos Celebration

Celebren el Dia de Muertos con nosotres

Vengan el 29 de Octubre a las 5 y media, vamos a celebrar el Dia de Muertos en el tercer piso de Strut. Mas imformacion en camino!

Join us Oct 29th to view our Day of the Dead Altar and celebrate Day of the Dead on the third floor of Strut, this event will be presented in collaboration with other local queer organizations.

More info to come!


Botox Pop-Up Fundraising Event

Get toxed up at the paid Botox pop-up event, offered to all clients.

Botox will be offered at $18 per unit, and for ever unit of Botox purchased at the event, North Bay will donate $2 to SFAF’s TransCare program.

Treatment areas include: forehead and frown, chin, bunny lines, crows feet, lip flip, Masseter for TMD (TMJ). (See website for average units used.)

For questions or to reserve an appointment, visit northbay.co/sfaf-pop-up


Black Love! August Show

Join us for another Black Love! Part of QTPOC at Strut AUGUST 30th, 7:00 PM at Strut 470 Castro, San Francisco Free!

Black Love brings you music, poetry, comedy, and art by Black Queer performers, free! Curated by Tanea Lunsford Lynx! Hosted by SevanKelee Boult! With performances by Rawiyah Tariq! Cynthia IN PUBLIC! and Chanelle Ignant!

This event is in person, we will checking vaccination cards at the door, please don’t forget your masks, we are a health facility so folks will need to wear a mask when inside our building. Also you must RSPV to enter the space so don’t forget to RSVP on Eventbrite HERE IS THE LINK

Black Love was created in collaboration with Strut by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, and Beatrice L. Thomas back in 2016 and Strut has been doing the performance series ever since! This season we are super happy that Black Love is curated once more by Tanea Lunsford Lynx! To learn more about Tanea visit her website! tanealunsfordlynx.com

Accessibility: There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.

For questions about Strut Community arts events contact our events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

KALEIDOSCOPE WRITING WORKSHOP SERIES PERFORMANCE 2022

QUEER ANCESTORS PROJECT & STILL HERE SF present KALEIDOSCOPE WRITING WORKSHOP SERIES PERFORMANCE

August 25, Join us at 7PM To celebrate the literary performances of emerging queer and trans writers from the Queer Ancestors Project in collaboration with Still Here SF.

Featuring: Amalia Macias-Laventure, Izaac Limon, Jay Torres, J Lee, Joemae Santos, Sean Christian Smith, Shay X. Gee, tiara mir, Zara Jamshed, and Ziggy DeBerry

Join us for a magical evening of community and new work inspired by the lives and legacies of our queer and trans ancestors. Light refreshments will be served.

Free, but event space is limited. Reserve your ticket now!  Must reserve a spot on Eventbrite to enter, here is the LINK

Proof of vaccination and masks required indoors, for our collective good health. Wheelchair accessible, ASL Interpretation provided.

Generously supported by Alliance for California Traditional Arts, San Francisco Arts Commission, California Arts Council, Strut, The Queer Cultural Center, SOMArts, & San Francisco Public Library. To learn more go to QueerAncestorsProject.org

To learn more about Strut and our programs please visit sfaf.org Questions about this event or other community events please reach out to Baruch at baruch@sfaf.org
Accessibility: The building and bathrooms are Wheelchair accessible.

There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.


“Shaping of Circumstance” Art Opening for Jonathan Fong

Join us for another queer ART OPENING AT STRUT!

Friday, September 9th we are inviting you to help us celebrate the work of Jonathan Fong! The Art Opening starts at 8 PM and will go till 10 PM.

This is an in-person event so we are limiting the number of folks that are allowed in the building, RSVP now before space runs out, only folks that RSVP on Eventbrite will be allowed to attend, we will be asking attendees to wear masks the entire time, and proof of vaccination cards will be needed at the door. Please use this link to RSVP

The Art program at Strut was founded the same year Magnet began back in 2003 and we’ve been exhibiting the work of a different queer artist each month ever since! The Art Opening will take place on the third Floor of Strut 470 Castro, San Francisco CA 94114.

ARTIST STATEMENT
Jonathan’s interest in identity is represented in his paintings where he focuses on telling the stories of his personal experiences. His painting process involves self-reflection as he explores his experiences. The materials he uses are thoroughly thought through and add to the depth of the representation of a person’s identity. There are layers to a person and only a few are shown at once. These pieces are a glimpse of Jonathan’s move and exploration of San Francisco. The paintings are a depiction of the external effects that shape a person’s identity, be it family, friends, partners, coworkers, and even strangers. There are moments of confidence, joy, love, sadness, depression, and defeat. But they are all parts of the identity of a gay Asian that is finding his way in life and society, dealing with things that will shape his future self.

ARTIST BIO
Jonathan is a multidisciplinary artist, working with mixed media and ceramics. He obtained his BSc. Life Sciences in Hamilton, Ontario at McMaster University and BFA: Painting & Drawing in Toronto, Ontario at OCAD University in 2018. His interest in identity started during his first degree, which allowed for the exploration of the effects of external factors, specifically those related to the representation of minorities shaping the identity of those within that population. Jonathan’s thesis project at OCAD allowed for the visual representation and exploration of the voice he wanted to depict in his work. Jonathan moved to San Francisco in 2019 where has been creating ever since. Often with different mediums, but always offering his voice to the work he produces. Currently, he revisited his passion for painting and his interest with the factors that shape a person’s identity. Jonathan currently has work in OCAD, Mercedes Benz, and personal collections in Canada and the United States.

If you have any questions about Strut’s art openings or this event, please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

ACCESSABILITY
There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor. All our bathrooms are gender neutral and we have restrooms that are accessible to people who use wheelchairs.


“TRISH: The Retrospective” August Art Opening at Strut

Join us for a queer ART OPENING AT STRUT!

Friday, August 12th we are inviting you to help us celebrate the work of The Trish Collective! With Mama Celeste and Cash Monet! The Art Opening starts at 8 PM and will go till 10 PM.
This is an in-person event so we are limiting the number of folks that are allowed in the building, RSVP now before space runs out, only folks that RSVP on Eventbrite will be allowed to attend, we will be asking attendees to wear masks the entire time, and proof of vaccination cards will be needed at the door. PLEASE RSVP ON EVENTBRITE
The Art program at Strut was founded the same year Magnet began back in 2003 and we’ve been exhibiting the work of a different queer artist each month ever since!

ABOUT THE ART
Trish was a collective of drag performers in the Bay Area who moonlighted as visual artists, working to contextualize drag in the world of fine art. Founded by Cash Monet and Mama Celeste in 2017, Trish’s work spanned a variety of mediums including their seminal zine, photography, video production, print and digital collages, PSAs on sexual health, and all types of new media. Trish featured visual art works by many Bay Area nightlife staples including Hollywood Texas, Kochina Rude, Mutha Chucka, Mary Vice, Dragula’s Erika Klash, and RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Rock M Sakura and collaborated with numerous others.

If you have any questions about Strut’s art openings or this event, please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

ACCESABILITY

There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor. All our bathrooms are gender neutral and we have restrooms that are accessible to people who use wheelchairs.

ABOUT THE ARTIST/CURATORS:
Cash Monet is a performer, maker, and dry humor aficionado. Her style is kitschy, glitchy, and a little sticky inspiring from asian culture, video games, and nerd culture. She is the reigning J-Pop queen of 2017, was featured in QWEENS AROUND THE COUNTRY by Heyqween. She was also voted Best Bay Area Digital Perform in 2020! She is a variety streamer on Twitch @cashmonetdrag and co-founder of PASTEL GORE! She’s cold, hard, Cash Monet.

Mama Celeste is the co-founder and Executive Director of Oaklash: The Bay Area’s Drag and Queer Performance Festival. Celeste is an East-Coast grown, Oakland-based new media artist, event producer, and drag performer who has been featured at venues throughout the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, Virginia, and New York. They are the co-host of Rollin With the Homos – a drag roller disco in Oakland — as well as the Communications Director at CounterPulse.


Pride Youth Dance

We’re excited to be hosting a Pride Youth Dance for LGBTQ youth ages 16-25 on Friday, 6/24 from 5-8pm! Come enjoy music mixed by a dj, performers, free food, and a free raffle. Proof of age ID required!


Botox Pop-Up Fundraising Event

Get toxed up at the paid Botox pop-up event, offered to all clients.

Botox will be offered at $17 per unit, and for ever unit of Botox purchased at the event, North Bay will donate $2 to SFAF’s TransCare program.

Treatment areas include: forehead and frown, chin, bunny lines, crows feet, lip flip, Masseter for TMD (TMJ). (See website for average units used.)

For questions or to reserve an appointment, visit northbay.co/sfaf-pop-up

 


StrutBook Club Meeting with a Visit from the Author Carlos Allende!

Calling all Queer Booklovers!

Join us for our first in-person book club meeting of 2022!

For the month of May, we will be reading a brand new book titled “Coffee, Shopping, Murder, Love” by Carlos Allende, with a special appearance by the author himself!

The book has not officially come out yet, so for this very special BookClub meeting, the author has graciously offered to send us some copies of this book, and digital copies for everyone that isn’t able to snag a physical copy. Email the book club facilitator Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org to reserve a copy today! The day of the event we will be meeting at 7 PM to discuss the book for an hour, then at 8 PM, the author, Carlos Allende is going to join us for a chill interview with Baruch, and then a Q&A with the book club members. You must RSVP on Eventbrite to join the event here is the LINK

ABOUT THE BOOK: Set in Los Angeles, a year before same-sex marriage became legal, the novel follows the misadventures of two gay men for whom it didn’t get better: Jignesh Amin, an overweight, angry Indian-American working as a bookkeeper, and Charlie Hayworth, a socially inept white guy from Leitchfield, Kentucky. After Jignesh murders the beautiful office intern because she insults his writing, and Charlie starts dating Jignesh because he wrongly believes he’s rich, the two men embark on a madcap journey that includes a few other deaths, a money-laundering scheme, a gay cruise, and an ass-backward trip to Los Cabos, Mexico. COFFEE, SHOPPING, MURDER, LOVE will leave you cackling while also weeping at what shame does to the psyche, how social media demolishes the spirit, and how much fun it is to conjure abject moral decrepitude.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Carlos Allende is a media psychology scholar and a writer of fiction. He has written two previous novels: Cuadrillas y Contradanzas, a historical melodrama set during the War of Reform, in Mexico, and Love, or the Witches of Windward Circle, a horror farce set in Venice, California. Based on his research on narrative persuasion and audience engagement, he developed the course The Psychology of Compelling Storytelling that he teaches in the Writers’ Program at UCLA Extension. He lives in Santa Monica with his husband.

If you have any questions about Strut’s events and or this Queer/Gay Book Club please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

If you have any questions about Strut and or The San Francisco AIDS Foundation and our services please visit sfaf.org

Accessibility: There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.


Juicy & SNJV’s Most Excellent QTAPI Kiki!

Join us for Juicy & SNJV’s Most Excellent QTAPI Kiki! The Official Kickoff For QTAPI Week!

Date: Sunday, May 29, 2022 6-8pm, doors open at 5:30pm

Location: Strut-3rd Floor

Free Tickets, Advance Registration Required on Eventbrite! RSVP HERE!

Hosted by: Juicy Liu + SNJV , join them for this Campy Drag-filled talk show focusing on queerness, performance, and queer API community empowerment! Special Celebrity Guest: Lana Patel ! Plus A Few More Surprise Celebs!


Trans Voices! Hosted by Pearl Teese!

JOIN US FOR ANOTHER TRANS VOICES! IN MAY 2022!

Trans Voices brings you poetry, comedy, and music by Trans artist from all over the bay area. Hosted and curated by Pearl Teese, this show always brings you performances by some of the most exciting and talented Trans artists around!

The show is free and in-person, happening May 20th, at 7PM on the third floor of Strut, 470 Castro Street, San Francisco CA 94114

This event is in person, we will checking vaccination cards at the door, please don’t forget your masks, we are a health facility so folks will be politely asked to wear a mask when inside our building. Also you must RSPV to enter the space so don’t forget to RSV on Eventbrite using this LINK!

Trans Voices was created by Kay Nilsson and Julien Shendelman back in 2016 and we’ve been bringing you dynamic shows by Trans artists eversince!

Featuring: Kay Nilsson! Lotusboy! Elio Ervin! Adriana Roy! Lisa Evants! and Natasha Dennerstein! Hosted by Pearl Teese! 

Accessibility: There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.

For questions about Strut Community arts events contact our events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org


“Reflections” Art Opening for Edgar-Arturo Camacho-González

Join us for another queer ART OPENING AT STRUT!

Friday, June 3rd we are inviting you to help us celebrate the work of Edgar-Arturo Camacho-González! The Art Opening starts at 8 PM and will go till 10 PM.

This is an in-person event so we are limiting the number of folks that are allowed in the building, RSVP now before space runs out, only folks that RSVP on Eventbrite will be allowed to attend, we will be asking attendees to wear masks the entire time, and proof of vaccination cards will be needed at the door. Please use this link to RSVP. The Art program at Strut was founded the same year Magnet began back in 2003 and we’ve been exhibiting the work of a different queer artist each month ever since!

ARTIST STATEMENT: “Reflection” centers communities of color and aims to disrupt the narrative that this country and political system have enacted on BIPOC. It is the counter-narrative to the anti-immigrant, anti-women, anti-BIPOC, anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment that marginalized communities face daily. I want to show other queer people and people of color that they are not alone and that they belong in all spaces, so I paint portraits of people who are making a positive difference in our community. It is when one sees themselves reflected within spaces that one feels welcome. Reflection” is an invitation to challenge myself and others to reflect on their own stories and the ones of those around them because they are all connected in some way. Storytelling is a powerful way to come together. My work is a symbol of who I am and the unwillingness to compromise the elements which make me, me — my culture, my queerness, my brownness, my indigeneity, my community, all of me.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Edgar-Arturo Camacho-González is a queer Indigenous Xicanx community activist, artist, and poet living on occupied Ohlone land in Vallejo, CA. He is committed to making the communities he is part of safe, vibrant, and welcoming for all by creating work that celebrates who he is without compromising his identity. His work is a celebratory ode of representation of queer people and people of color. Edgar-Arturo’s work has been published in several anthologies, and he has exhibited throughout the West Coast and is currently the Artist-in-Residence with the ACLU, NorCal. Edgar-Arturo is a co-founder of El Comalito Collective Cultural Arts Center in Vallejo, CA, and was awarded the “Artists and Cultural Practitioners Grant, 2020” from the California Arts Council.

If you have any questions about Strut’s art openings or this event, please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

Accessibility: There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor. All our bathrooms are gender neutral and we have restrooms that are accessible to people who use wheelchairs.


Ibeji Resource Fair

Ages 16+ QTPOC Event with DJ Lamont (Fingersnaps Media) spinning! Free Jamba Juice bar and food. Comedian Cynthia O (Cynthiainpublic) will have us rolling. Resources tables by Code Tenderloin, City College SF, Positive Resource Center and more. Free Raffle. And $25 Visa gift cards for folks who receive STI/HIV testing.


Ibeji Resource Fair

Ages 16+ QTPOC Event with DJ Lamont (Fingersnaps Media) spinning! Free Jamba Juice bar and food. Comedian Cynthia O (Cynthiainpublic) will have us rolling. Resources tables by Code Tenderloin, City College SF, Positive Resource Center and more. Free Raffle. And $25 Visa gift cards for folks who receive STI/HIV testing.


The Ibeji Resource Fair

Ages 16+ QTPOC Event with DJ Lamont (Fingersnaps Media) spinning! Free Jamba Juice bar and food. Comedian Cynthia O (Cynthiainpublic) will have us rolling. Resources tables by Code Tenderloin, City College SF, Positive Resource Center and more. Free Raffle. And $25 Visa gift cards for folks who receive STI/HIV testing.
Ibeji is a group for younger queer folx(16+) who are interested in connecting to share lived experiences, race, gender, various identities. Designed for queer folx of color, all our welcome.

Foglifter Queer Literary Journal Volume 7.1 Reading

Join us at Strut for another event with Foglifter Press! IN PERSON!
Foglifter Press is celebrating the new issue of their literary journal—a biannual compendium of the most dynamic, urgent queer and trans writing today. Based in San Francisco, Foglifter publishes queer and trans writers from around the world. It’s a space to celebrate, mourn, rage, and embrace.
Chris Siders
Briana Grogan
T.L. Pavlich
Dior J. Stephens
Alberto Quintero
Brandon Logans
david padula
shah noor hussein
This event is in person and we cannot wait to hear the queer writers words in at our event space on the third floor but you must RSPV to enter the space so don’t forget to RSV on Evetnbrite using this link: FOGLIFTER
To learn more about Foglifter visit their website HERE
Accessibility: This event will have ASL Interpreters during the readings. There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor.
For questions about Strut Community arts events contact our events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

Queer Ancestors Project: Artist Panel & Print Sale!

Lets celebrate art by Queer and Trans emerging artists!

We love the art created by the Queer Ancestors Project! Join us for an Artist Panel & Print Sale! Thursday April 21, 2022, 7-10 PM, In Person! at Strut 470 Castro Street, San Francisco CA 94114
The Queer Ancestors Project presents prints by Queer and Trans Emerging Artists:
Cairo, daney gomez espiritu, indigo, Jasmine Pomar, Jason Mai, Karishma, Naseem, Ray Tsukayama, Rawley, & Sasha, with artistic director Katie Gilmartin
Join us for a fun evening full of conversations about queer art, queer ancestors, and a chance to get to know more about the artist’s process and the experience of being part of the Queer Ancestors Project.
There is limited seats available at this event, reserve your spots now before it sells out. Only folks who RSVP to this event on Evenbrite will be allowed to enter the building. So don’t wait, reserve your spot now, this is a FREE but Limited-Capacity Event. RSVP Here!
Mask & Proof of Vax Required since we are a sexual health clinic.
To learn more go to QueerAncestorsProject.org
Generously supported by The San Francisco Arts Commission, California Arts Council, Grants for the Arts, Queer Cultural Center, SOMArts, STRUT, Chrysalis Studio, & Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
To learn more about Strut and our programs please visit sfaf.org Questions about this event or other community events please reach out to Baruch at baruch@sfaf.org
Accessibility: The building and bathrooms are Wheelchair accessible. ASL Interpretation provided at artist panel. There are no stairs to enter the lobby level at Strut from the street level. The building has three floors, and there is a stairwell with handrails and a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are 26 steps from the lobby to the 2nd floor and 48 steps from the lobby to the 3rd floor

Abstinence Support Group

This group provides a safe environment for those with an abstinence goal to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain abstinence from all substances. All are welcome wherever you are in your journey with abstinence.  

To attend this group meeting and/or find out more about Stonewall groups, please reach out to us at 415-487-3100 or by emailing stonewall@sfaf.org . A full list of Stonewall groups and Zoom guidelines can be found on our Stonewall Services Schedule HERE.

 


Abstinence Support Group

This group provides a safe environment for those with an abstinence goal to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain abstinence from all substances. All are welcome wherever you are in your journey with abstinence.  

To attend this group meeting and/or find out more about Stonewall groups, please reach out to us at 415-487-3100 or by emailing stonewall@sfaf.org . A full list of Stonewall groups and Zoom guidelines can be found on our Stonewall Services Schedule HERE.

 


Abstinence Support Group

This group provides a safe environment for those with an abstinence goal to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain abstinence from all substances. All are welcome wherever you are in your journey with abstinence.  

To attend this group meeting and/or find out more about Stonewall groups, please reach out to us at 415-487-3100 or by emailing stonewall@sfaf.org . A full list of Stonewall groups and Zoom guidelines can be found on our Stonewall Services Schedule HERE.

 


Abstinence Support Group

This group provides a safe environment for those with an abstinence goal to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain abstinence from all substances. All are welcome wherever you are in your journey with abstinence.  

To attend this group meeting and/or find out more about Stonewall groups, please reach out to us at 415-487-3100 or by emailing stonewall@sfaf.org . A full list of Stonewall groups and Zoom guidelines can be found on our Stonewall Services Schedule HERE.

 


Abstinence Support Group

This group provides a safe environment for those with an abstinence goal to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain abstinence from all substances. All are welcome wherever you are in your journey with abstinence.  

To attend this group meeting and/or find out more about Stonewall groups, please reach out to us at 415-487-3100 or by emailing stonewall@sfaf.org . A full list of Stonewall groups and Zoom guidelines can be found on our Stonewall Services Schedule HERE.