Art Exhibition – Conversation in Black
Friday, February 7th
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
SF LGBT Center, 1800 Market
Join us for the opening of our newest exhibition, which examines the intersection between queer art and cultural activism. Curated by Pamela Peniston and Ramona Laughing Brook Webb of the Queer Cultural Center. This event is part of the SF LGBT Center’s first TLGB Black History Month programming, in honor of the resilient community members who paved the way for us. More info on events at sfcenter.org/TLBGBlackHistory.
Curator’s Statement: Black no longer means solely the presence of all colors (in paint) or the absence of all color (in light); it’s a simplistic term for an entire ethnicity that has been labeled African American, Afro American and Negro, meant to encompass generations of mixed ethnicities and the diaspora of Black People. The Queer black artists featured in Conversation in Black carry the legacy of generational ingenuity, grace, and honor in the voice of our community.