Archive for August 2009

THAT’S SO GAY exhibit and comedy night benefit Billy De Frank Center and Works!

thatssogayOn View Now: THAT’S SO GAY!
September 17 to 26, 2009

“That’s So Gay” is a juried exhibition that both a funny and cutting response to the dire straits that individuals and organizations are experiencing in the current recession. The show is a humorous-light-hearted- comic look at survival in tough times. Laughter brings together community and community creates sustainability. Join Us for two great gay weeks of art, comedy and music.

Benefit Comedy Night: FUNNY WOMEN!

“Funny Women” comedy night with lesbian comedians Janine Brito and Natasha Muse
Friday, September 25, 7pm, at Works, 451 South 1st Street, $15 donation
a benefit for Works/San Jose and the Billy de Frank Community Center

exhibition artists:
John Agcaoili
Terry Berlier
Ed Clapp
Kimberly Cook
David Duckworth
Gene Erickson
Sean Gyshen Fennell
Jesse Harod
Patricia Hulin
Durga Krummer
Diane & Rick Malone
Sheila Malone
Rebecca Mason
Kim Navarre
Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens
Brian Tepper
Lynne Todaro

juried by:
Michele Rowe-Shields
David Duckworth

This exhibition and events presented by The South Bay Queer Arts Project (SBQAP) and Works/San Jose. All Proceeds benefit Works/San Jose and the Billy De Frank Community Center. The SBQAP’s mission is to create opportunities for Queer artists in the South Bay. The SBQAP is made up of queer artists, educators, non-profit professionals and activists who live and work in the South Bay.

haptic synapses august 2009

Haptic Synapses came through again with another performance with additional guests. Tonight’s show was particularly strange because right down the street was the san jose zombie walk and outdoor showing of Shaun of the Dead, so we had a relatively huge crowd of zombies hanging out inside and right outside the door, all night. Click above to check out some of the action!