OTHER-COMICS Helsinki Pride Workshops & Exhibition

Other is a norm-chritical community comics project organised by Heidi Lunabba. Workshops will be held during the Helsinki Pride September 7-13, 2020. COMICS EXHIBITION in the yard of the National Museum of Finland, Mannerheimintie 34, 00100 Helsinki during Helsinki Pride.

2019-2020 QUEER|ART|MENTORSHIP Program Cycle

Queer|Art|Mentorship supports a year-long exchange between early-career LGBTQ+ artists and advanced-career LGBTQ+ artists living in New York City. Applications are open now!

Queers & Comics Conference ~ NYC

Over 140 LGBTQ cartoonists, scholars, publishers, and librarians will participate on panel discussions in this amazing conference.


The symposium ‘SEXUALITY & GENDER IN TIMES OF CRISIS: Live Art and Feminism in Greece’ took place at Goldsmiths University on April 20, 2016. Enjoy the videos.

Queer Asia

An upcoming academic conference in London, Queer Asia, will be open to the public for talks and film screenings. Among the speakers are Cristina Nualart, Spain.

Art, Creativ Activism and Discussions

Flyer by Queer Art Bites Art, Creativ Activism and Discussions Organised by Queer Art Bites October 21, 2015, 7pm Venue: 54, Charteris Road, 4N 3AB, London, UK

Do Queer Feminist Interventions at Museums Work?

Funktionieren queerfeministische Interventionen im Museum? A conversation with the curators of the exhibition “Homosexuality_ies”, (June 26, 2015 – December 1, 2015 at Schwules Museum* and Deutschen Historischen Museum in Berlin Germany). Saturday, 17 October 2015, at 5.30 pm until 7 pm Venue: Heinrich Böll Stiftung Berlin, Schumannstraße 8, Berlin. 30…

California to Host First National Queer Performing Arts Summit in August of 2016

Cross posting press release from Queer Cultural Center, California, USA First National Queer Performing Arts Summit in August of 2016 Co-presented by the Queer Cultural Center, California LGBT Arts Alliance, City of Oakland and Oakland School for the Arts. Lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the National…

Civil Partnerships? Queer and Feminist Curating: Conference Video Recordings (2012)

Civil Partnerships? Queer and feminist curating at Tate Modern, London, 2012 – Part 1: Welcome and Maura Reilly, Toward a Curatorial Activism. Civil Partnerships? Queer and feminist curating – Part 2: Panel One, Queer Visual Strategies. FAG: Feminist Art Gallery, Toronto, Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue CAN’T/WON’T, Lisa Metherell, Queer…

Queer Art Mentorship – Call for Applications

Queer Art Mentorship – Call for Applications for the 2015-2016 Cycle Further details about how to apply. Queer Art Mentorship are pairing and supporting mentorship between queer working artists in New York City. The 2015-2016 mentors are Arthur Aviles; Shannon Michael Cane; Angela Dufresne; Avram Finkelstein; Thomas Allen Harris; Silas…

Queers & Comics – LGBT Cartoonists’ Conference in USA

Queers & Comics LGBT Cartoonists’ Conference May 7-8, 2015 Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) The Graduate Center, CUNY 365 Fifth Avenue, NYC Keynote speakers: Howard Cruse and Alison Bechdel Queers & Comics celebrates, explores and analyzes queer cartoonists and their work. It will offer LGBT cartoonists, comics writers…

Art Off the Wall: Chitra Ganesh: “Eyes of Time” at the Brooklyn Museum

Press release by the Brooklyn Museum On Thursday, March 26 the Brooklyn Museum in New York presents Art Off the Wall: Chitra Ganesh: “Eyes of Time,” an evening of activities throughout the museum in celebration of Brooklyn artist Chitra Ganesh’s site-specific installation. The program includes an exclusive screening of Ganesh’s…

Presenting Your Work: Show Me Your Portfolio

Invitation via Queer Cultural Center’s newsletter Endeavor Foundation for the Arts & QCC: Presenting your Work: Show me your portfolio February 5, 6pm-8pm at the LGBT Center, San Francisco, USA. The Endeavor Foundation Professional Development Workshop #2 FREE Open to all queer and non-queer artists. (Wheelchair accessible) Please RSVP to:…

The Queer Ancestors Project

Artist and printmaker Katie Gilmartin writes about The Queer Ancestors Project: ‘[it] is devoted to forging sturdy relationships between LGBTQI people and our ancestors. Using history as a linchpin, we build community by providing young Queer adults (age 18 to 26) and (occasionally) senior adults (50+) free interdisciplinary workshops in…