G. Carl Rutberg, excecutive director of Alice Austen House introduces the museum, which was the home of one of America’s most profilic photographers, Alice Austen (1866-1952).
Visual artist and lesbian Henriette Hellstern-Kjøller (Denmark) writes: “The inspiration for this film came after a chat with a guy from Texas, in 2009 when I was in San Francisco.
The Albion Street Gallery invites you to the opening of Anne Bentley’s solo show SANE on Friday June 25, 2010, 6-9pm at The Albion Street Gallery, 105 Albion Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia.
June 2010: Leslie-Lohman Gallery in New York presents The 2010 GREAT LGBTQ Photo Show. This group photography show includes a wide range of imagery—documentary, erotic, political, romantic and more.
Lisa Dettmer has interviewed Pamela Peniston Executive Director of the National Queer Arts Festival and artist and poet Fuifuilupe Nimeitolu.
‘Clifford Chance is again celebrating Gay Pride with a joint art exhibition of gay and lesbian artists in its London and New York offices. The exhibition will be formally launched with receptions in both cities on Thursday 24 June 2010.
German photographer and filmmaker Stefanie Schneider invites you to the opening of a group exhibtion at the Villa Merkel/Bahnwärterhaus, Pulverwiesen 25, 73726 Esslingen am Neckar, Germany on June 27, 2010 at 15:00.
Lothringer13 Städtische Kunsthalle München (in Munich, Germany) presents the art exhibtion ‘Erb Investigations’ by German artist and lesbian Lisa Erb. The exhibition runs through July 11, 2010.
Queer painter Rikke Thoresen, Norway.
Norwegian artist and lesbian Grete Ramberg, based in Oslo, works with studio glass. In the spring 2010 she made her latest works at Engelsholm folk high school in Denmark.
Femina Potens Gallery joins in celebrating LGBTI Pride Month June 2010 in San Francisco, California, USA. The gallery presents ‘ We Remember This’ by Tanya Wischerath.
Lillian Kleiner will discuss the process of creating the art images for the sacred ancient book of ‘Shir HaShimrim, The Song of Songs at Sidney & Gertrude Zack Gallery, Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver, June 21 2010.
The Oslo queer artists ‘Skeive Kunstnere’ are presenting their artworks at six exhibitions this summer alongside the Norwegian GLBT Pride Festival ‘Skeive Dager’ in Oslo, June 2010. Their group exhibitions, which are titled ‘ÅPEN KUNST’ (Out Art) take place at different venues in Oslo.
The Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project writes: Welcome to our 6th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival! QWOCMAP is thrilled to world-premiere 34 new films this year.
In the end of May, 2010, the 10th Anniversary of the LFT Artshow was celebrated by the LTF Festival in Hamburg, Germany. This exhibition was only open to the participants of the LFT Festival and not open to the general public.
Barbara Hammer’s pioneering lesbian art and activism have inspired a generation of queer, feminist, and avant-garde filmmakers and fans. On the occasion of the UK launch of her memoir HAMMER!
The provocative and diverse TRIGGER COLLECTIVE is hosting Toronto’s second ever annual TRIGGER FESTIVAL 2010.
Amie LeeKing is a queer artist born in Michigan, USA.
An artist talk with photographer Zanele Muholi, June 8 2010, 7:00pm at Rivington Place, London, UK. Zanele Muholi will present an overview of her work with particular emphasis on gender and sexuality based violence in South Africa.
Photographers’ Gallery in London, 5 – 6 June 2010 11:00, a weekend showcase of 50 exceptional contemporary DIY photo books, selected by Bruno Ceschel. A talk, and signings throughtout the weekend, will provide an opportunity for art book lovers to discuss, admire and buy publications originating from around the world.