News and Updates from the San Francisco LGBT Community Center

David, In Brief

David, In Brief: Photographs by Jeffrey Braverman

On view in the Center's first floor gallery October 5 - December 5, 2017

Jeffrey Braverman is a director, producer and photographer based in San Francisco and Sonoma. His latest body or work begin when he started photographing people in a pair of boxer-briefs screen printed in the style of Michelangelo's David. The subjects of his portraits share their own modern-day Goliath stories. The photographs on display at the Center are also part of a new documentary by the same name. The documentary debuted at Frameline 41 and will be screened several times during the exhibition. Check back for schedule updates.

"One of the most admired sculptures of all time...

Opening Reception

Monday, May 22, 2017

6:00 - 7:00 PM


On view May 22-June 18, 2017


Please join us for a public gallery reception for the opening of the Pride Photo Award Exhibition. This opening event is held in honor of...

A special series of events and programs addressing the poverty and marginalization impacting the SF Bay Area and beyond
 
(San Francisco, CA, September 13, 2017) – This October, the SF LGBT Center will be hosting...
This morning Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Trump administration has rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a move that will affect the futures of 800,000 talented young people. 
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Last Saturday was a day that tested our community’s strength and resilience. Thousands of us gathered across the city to demonstrate that San Francisco does not welcome racism, xenophobia, antisemitism, transphobia, homophobia, sexism and...

(August, 1, 2017)—On Saturday August 26, 2017, the San Francisco Fillmore Merchants Association will host the second annual Shop OUT Day, a day-long fundraising event to benefit the SF LGBT Center.
 
Ten percent of all sales...
This morning Donald J. Trump announced on Twitter that the U.S. military would no longer allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity.
 
Statement from SF LGBT Center Executive Director Rebecca Rolfe:
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On view in the Center's new first floor gallery July 22 - September 23, 2017
 
The Queer Ancestors Project: Prints by Queer and Trans Emerging Artists, including a 5-Year Restrospective
Honoring Anarchists &...