About this Exhibition
The Black, Indigenous and other People of Color (BIPOC) Trans Pride & Resilience Virtual Art Exhibition features 15 BIPOC trans artists that celebrate the realities, the beauty, the brilliance, and the power of BIPOC trans existence.
This exhibit was curated by Drago Rentería, a Deaf Chicano transman based in San Francisco’s Mission District.
Daily Artist Interviews!
Starting next week, we’ll be spotlighting one of the 15 featured artists participating in this exhibition! One interview with a featured artist will be posted each day; bonus content (1 minute videos!) will be posted on our Instagram account. Don’t miss a thing! Be sure to follow at @bipoctransart on Instagram and Twitter!
A shoutout and special thanks to Natalia Vigil, Sean Dorsey, Sofia Barahona Mena, Sarah Guerra, StormMiguel Flores, Jennifer Mantle, Magnus Schnoodle, Melissa Kelley Colibrí, Mona Webb and Kim Johnson and the many others who supported this event in various ways, big and small. You all rock!
About the Queer Cultural Center
The Queer Cultural Center (QCC) is an organization that promotes social justice and the artistic and financial development of queer art and culture. QCC believe that community building is key to social change and envision this change through the arts. Visit their website to learn more about the current National Queer Arts Festival and the other amazing work they do.
About Fresh Meat Productions
Fresh Meat Productions, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, invests in the creative expression and cultural leadership of transgender and gender-nonconforming communities. Fresh Meat creates and commissions new work, presents performing arts programs, conducts education and engagement, and advocates for justice and equity in the Arts. Visit their website to and check out all the amazing things they have planned for their 20th anniversary celebration!
We hope you love and enjoy the exhibition!
June 18, 2021