All Members

Members of California LGBT Arts Alliance

LGBT Arts Organizations

a(e)romestiza project (San Francisco)
website: www.devilbunny.org

Antebellum Gallery (Los Angeles)
contact: antebellum@earthlink.net
website: http://www.antebellum.us.ms/

Army of Lovers (San Francisco)
website: http://www.armyoflovers.net/

Being Alive Ceramics Studio (West Hollywood)
website: http://www.beingalivela.org/pages/services/wellness-center.html

Black LGBT Project (Los Angeles)
website: http://blacklgbtproject-mylifemystory.yolasite.com/
contact: wooro@juno.com

BLOOM Arts in Bloom Project (Los Angeles)
website: http://bloomliteraryjournal.org/
contact: queerarts@gmail.com

BROWN & OUT (Los Angeles)
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownandOut
email:  brownandoutshow@gmail.com
website: http://www.casa0101.org

Celebration Theatre (Los Angeles)
contact: info@celebrationtheatre.com\
website: http://www.celebrationtheatre.com/

Chrysallis Studio (San Francisco)
contact: stephcrowley@mac.com
website: http://web.mac.com/stephcrowley/Graphic_Recording/Welcome%21.html

The Center Long Beach (Long Beach)
website: http://www.centerlb.org/

Cinema Diverse (Palm Springs)
A program of the Palm Springs Cultural Center
website: www.cinemadiverse.org
email: michaelcgreen@earthlink.net

Darkroom Gallery (Los Angeles)
contact: drkrmgallery@gmail.com
website: http://www.drkrm.com

Desert Rose Playhouse (Rancho Mirage)
website: http://www.desertroseplayhouse.org/

Desert Winds Freedom Band (Palm Springs)
website: http://www.desertwindsfb.org/

The LGBT Community Center of the Desert (Palm Springs)
website: https://www.thecenterps.org/

Diversionary Theatre (San Diego)
website: http://www.diversionary.org
contact: dkirsch@diversionary.org

Endeavor Foundation for the Arts (San Francisco)
website: http://www.effta.org
contact:info@effta.org

Fairoaks Project (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.fairoaks-project.com/
contact: Gary Freeman, bellhop@sbcglobal.net

Femina Potens (San Francisco)
contact: FPGallery@gmail.com
website: http://www.feminapotens.com

Frameline (San Francisco)
Alliance Member Page: Frameline
website: www.frameline.org

Fresh Meat Productions (San Francisco)
contact: freshmeatperformance@hotmail.com
website: http://www.freshmeatproductions.org

Fusion (Los Angeles)
Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival
website: http://www.outfest.org/fusion2010/index.html

Gay Freedom Band (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.freedomband.org/

Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles
website: http://www.gmcla.org/

GuyWriters (San Francisco)
website: www.GuyWritersOnline.org
contact: guywriters@yahoo.com

Harvey Milk City Hall Memorial Committee (San Francisco)
website: www.milkmemorial.org

Highways Performance Space & Gallery (Santa Monica)
website: www.highwaysperformance.org

Impact Stories (San Francisco)
website: http://www.impactstories.org
contact: glenne@impactstories.org

In aChord Men’s Ensemble (San Diego)
website: http://www.inachord.org/

The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.lagaycenter.org\

The LGBT Center OC (Santa Ana)
website: http://www.lgbtcenteroc.org
contact: frontdesk@lgbtcenteroc.org

Lambda Archives of San Diego (LASD)
website: http://www.lambdaarchives.us
contact: info@lambdaarchives.org

Lambda Literary Foundation (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.lambdaliterary.org
contact: info@lambdaliterary.org

THE LAVENDER EFFECT® (Hollywood)
website: http://www.thelavendereffect.org/
facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thelavendereffect
twitter: @thelavendere
contact: info@thelavendereffect.org

Love Art Lab – Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stevens (San Francisco)
website: http://www.loveartlab.org/

MACHA Theatre (West Hollywood)
website: http://www.machatheatre.org/

Mazer Lesbian Archive (West Hollywood)
website: http://mazerlesbianarchives.org/
contact: mazerarchives@earthlink.net

Men Alive. The Orange County Gay Men’s Chorus (Laguna Hills)
website: http://www.menalivechorus.org/
contact: Katie Meyers 1-866-MEN-ALIVE (636-2548)

New Conservatory Theatre Center (San Francisco)
website: http://nctcsf.org/
contact: kate@nctcsf.org

One City / One Pride (West Hollywood)
website: http://www.weho.org/

OLO – One Love Oceania (San Francisco)
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/OLO-One-Love-Oceania/123540227719762

One: National Gay and Lesbian Archives (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.onearchives.org
contact: askone@onearchives.org

Original Plumbing Productions (San Francisco)
website: www.originalplumbing.com

Outfest (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.outfest.org/

Out West (Los Angeles)
website: http://theautry.org/series/out-west

OUTrageous:
The Santa Barbara Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Film Festival
website: http://outrageousfilmfestival.org/index.php

Pacific Pride Foundation (Santa Barbara)
website: http://www.pacificpridefoundation.org/

Q Film Festival Long Beach (Long Beach)
website: http://www.centerlb.org/programs/lbqfestival.html

Queer Cultural Center (San Francisco)
contact: director@queerculturalcenter.org
website: http://www.queerculturalcenter.org

Queer Jitterbugs/Ballroom (San Francisco)
websites: http://www.QueerJitterbugs.com
http://www.QueerBallroom.com

Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (San Francisco)
contact: Madeleine Lim (Artistic Director) madbullfilms@sbcglobal.net

Queer Rebel Productions (San Francisco)

QueLACo (Queer Latina/Latino Artists Coalition)
contact: andinosf@yahoo.com
website: www.quelaco.org

Radar Productions (San Francisco)
website: http://radarproductions.org
contact: info@radarproductions.org

REACH LA Dance Studio (Los Angeles)
website: http://webset.reach.la/
contact: Michael_reachla@earthlink.net

Rise Up & Shout (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.riseupandshout.org/index.shtml
contact: Mark Thompson press@riseupandshout.com

San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (San Diego)
contact: chorusmanager@sdgmc.org
website: www.sdgmc.org

San Diego Multicultural LGBT Literary Foundation
website: http://www.sdliteraryfoundation.org
contact: communicationsdirector@sdliteraryfoundation.org

San Diego Women’s Chorus (San Diego)
website: http://www.sdwc.org/

San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (San Francisco)
website: http://www.trannyfest.com/

Sarah Bush Dance Project (San Francisco)
website: http://sarahbushdance.com/author/sarahbushdance/

South Coast Chorale (Long Beach)
website: http://www.SCCsingers.com
contact: scc@sccsingers.com

Theatre Out – Orange County’s Gay and Lesbian Theatre (Orange County)
website: www.theatreout.com

Tom of Finland Foundation (Los Angeles)
contact: Administration@TomOfFinlandFoundation.org
website: http://www.tomoffinlandfoundation.org

Trans/Giving (Los Angeles)
contact: transgiving@gmail.com
website: www.transgiving.com

UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center (Los Angeles)
contact: Emily Rokosch, Director erokosch@saonet.ucla.edu
website: http://www.lgbt.ucla.edu/

Vox Femina (Los Angeles)
website: www.voxfeminala.org
contact: vfla@voxfeminala.org

West Coast Singers (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.westcoastsingers.org/

Artist Members of California LGBT Arts Alliance
If you would like to become a member, please send your name to: calgbtarts@gmail.com

Agafonova, Olga (Monterey)
Monterey Dance
We are gay friendly dance studio, we teach gay people how to ballroom dance. Our students participate in same sex ballroom dance competitions, showcases and other projects.
Website: http://www.montereydance.com

Aguirre, Valentin (San Francisco)
website: www.quelaco.org
Valentin is the Festival Coordinator for QueLACo. QueLACo is a nonprofit organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Latina/o artists dedicated to promoting the arts within our diverse community. As an organization, we strive to gain voice, recognition and prominence within the larger landscape of our vibrant arts world.

Alencastre, Dante (Los Angeles)
Film Producer/Director
Facebook: Dante Alencastre
contact: droa70@msn.com

Anderegg, Ron (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.RonAnderegg.com
contact: Ron@RonAnderegg.com

Anthony, Adelina

Arcos, Dan (San Francisco)
website: www.danarcos.com
danarcos.com is Dan Arcos’s online portfolio for professional graphic design and his artwork.

Arredondo, Sophia (San Diego)

Atkins, Robert (Cathedral City)
website: www.robertatkins.net writer/art historian/critic. Website provides links to projects of interest to LGBT audiences.

Balan, Lee (Palm Springs)
website: www.artantiart.com
contact: LBALAN@dc.rr.com
I aim to create art that expresses everything I perceive. New art evolves from the soup of new technology, new materials, and social upheaval. Put simply, “everything is everything.”

Barnard, Sarah (Los Angeles)
website: Queerartcity.blogspot.com

Beserra, Jolino – artist (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.jolinoarchitecturalmosaics.com/artiststatement.html
contact: jolinobyrd@roadrunner.com

Biron (San Francisco)
website: http://www.photos-biron.com/
18+ Multicultural Male Erotic Images by professional photographer exhibited in Paris and San Francisco. Photos by BIRON have also been published in 3 books by Janssen Verlag (Berlin) and in several gay magazines including OG, Trikone, blue, aK, and XY.

Bottini, Ivy – artist (Los Angeles)
website: www.ivybottini.com

Brazell, Danielle (San Francisco)
website: www.dangirlendeavors.com
Danielle Brazell is a performance artist, curator and educator. Her performance work incorporates text, movement and symbolic imagery to create highly visceral theatrical landscapes.

Brown, Hilton (Wilmington, DE)
website: http://www.hiltonbrown.com

Bruehl. Timothy (San Diego)
website: www.artistincalifornia.com
comtact: rtistnca@gmail.com

Byrd, David – artist (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.david-edward-byrd.com/
contact: olinobyrd@roadrunner.com

Cade, Cathy (Oakland)
website: www.cathycade.com
I have been a documentary photographer since 1971 specializing in lesbian and other queer community images. My early work is in black and white, have added handcolored images, and collages.

Carey, Scott (NSW Australia)

Castro, RIck (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.rickcastro.com/mainpage.html

Chin, Lenore (San Francisco)

Clark, Phillip (San Diego)
Singer

Clarke, Carly (Pomona)
website: www.carly-art.webs.com
My art revolves around my life and friends. I love doing portraits and sending out a positive message. my friends, whether gay, straight or whatever, are the source of my inspiration.

Cook, Michael (Knoxville, TN)

Corpstein, Nichole (Sen) Jeanette (Portland)

Cronin, Karl (San Francisco)
Folk singer and composer
website: http://karlcronin.com
contact: karl@karlcronin.com

Curtin, Brian (Bangkok, Thailand)
visual artist (painter)

D’Lo (Los Angeles)
Performance Artist
website: www.dlocokid.com

Dallmeyer, Robert F. CEM – writer (Los Angeles, CA)
contact: bob.dallmeyer@gmail.com
website: www.bobdallmeyer.com

Day, Greg (Palm Springs)
website: http://www.gregdayphotography.com/

deLora, Eric (San Francisco)

Detwiler, Paul (San Diego)
Documentary filmmaker profiling the diverse voices of LGBT experience.

Diaman, Nikos (San Francisco)
website: http://www.nikosdiaman.com
Art for me offers a glimpse into another reality. Above all I strive to present a fresh artistic vision.

Dinhaupt, George (Long Beach)
website: www.georgedinhaupt.com

Dorsey, Sean (San Francisco)
website: freshmeatperformance@hotmail.com
Trans/genderqueer choreographer and the Artistic Director of Fresh Meat Productions. Dorsey tours his original trans and queer-themed choreography nationally and internationally.

Dykewoman, Elana
website: www.dykewoman.org.
Writer and spoken works performer.

Egan, James – filmmaker (Los Angeles)
website: http://cinema.usc.edu/faculty/egan-james.htm
contact: JamesEgan@aol.com

Eisenberg, Jewlia
website: http://www.charminghostess.us
Charming Hostess is three women in a whirl of eerie harmony, hot rhythm and radical braininess.

Elliott, Steven (San Francisco)

Emch, Cindy (San Francisco)
Working poet and host of the Queer Open Mic series in SF.
website: www.geocities.com/indigo_cin

Epstein, AJ (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.ajepstein.com/
website: http://www.spaghettibrains.com/

Ford, Karen (San Jose)

Freeman, Gary – Director, Fairoaks Project (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.Fairoaks-Project.com
contact: bellhop@sbcglobal.net

Fritscher, Jack (San Francisco)
website: www.JackFritscher.com
Free site of history, gay lit, homophotography, and video-connected site by California artist Jack Fritscher, who, according to GLBT Historical Society, San Francisco, is “the prolific writer who since the late sixties has helped document the gay world and the changes it has undergone.”

Galanter, Margit (Oakland)
Movement, performance, participatory experiments
website: www.margitg.wordpress.com

Gay Mafia Comedy Group (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.thegaymafia.net/

Gesso, Eddie (Oakland)
website: www.pbase.com/eddiegesso

Gomez, Jewelle (San Francisco)
website: www.jewellegomez.com
Artist and activist, Jewelle Gomez has published 7 books including the double Lambda Award-winning novel: The Gilda Stories. She has lectured and read her work at universities across the US and in Europe.

Graham, Rebecca Lynn (San Francisco)
website: www.superbigrockstar.com
Fusing dance theater with original music, SuperBigRockStar redefines hybrid performance, bringing a deeply resonant theater experience to our audiences.

Granfield, Amy (Eureka)
website: www.amygranfield.com
Gallery of oil paintings by Amy Granfield, California northcoast artist, depicting the natural world: animals, birds, plants.

Grant, Judith (San Francisco)
website: http://www.lesbianarts.org/
I am a member of the Lesbian Visual Artists and a few pieces of my work are on this site.

Greenspan, Robin and Lacie Harmon
website: http://www.girlplaymovie.com
We are the writers/stars of the lesbian romantic comedy “Girl Play.” The website features reviews and awards the film has received, news, pictures and a trailer from the film.

Gutierrez, Juan Ramon (San Francisco)
website: www,geocities.com/juanrgutierrez
Paper mache sculptures and masks. Oil and acrilic paintings on canvas.Mixed media and instalations.

Haffner, Stephanie (Long Beach)
website: www.stephaniehaffner.com
Brutal funny political folkpop songstress in long beach ca – guitar & voice – acoustic, electric, spoken word.

Hammer, Barbara (New York)
Website: http://www.barbarahammerfilms.com
Over 80 films and videos made during the past 30 years by the pioneer, avantgarde film and video artist, Barbara Hammer. Each work described with images, synopsis, reviews. Order forms available.

Hammond-Hagman, Hannah (San Francisco)

Hanson, Jerry L. (Palm Springs)
website: www.JerryLHanson.com
contact: JerryL@JerryLHanson.com

Hara, Marie (Granada Hills)
website: http://www.suicidequeen.tk
Gorey cartoons, tattoo flash, etc.

Harrison, Cindi (San Francisco)
novelist and poet

Haas, Shaleece
documentary filmmaker
email: shaleece.haas@gmail.com
website: www.shaleecehaas.com

Heckman, Shani (San Francisco)
website: www.shanestar.org
Shani Heckman directs films and coordinates publicity campaigns for the LGBTQ community.

Hendrickson, Carl (Oakland)

Holden, William

Hyder, Happy/L.A. (San Francisco)
website: www.lahyderphotography.com
Photography site

Jacobs, Valerie (San Francisco)

January, Anna Marie (Los Angeles)
website: www.annamariejanuary.com

JBRAP (Oakland)
website: http://jbrap10.tripod.com

Jerez, Luis

Jones, Jeff (Pacifica)

Joye, Shelli Renee (Oakland)
website: www.ShelliJoye.com
My artistic interest lies in the evocation of color field flows which reflect not only natural process, but, more importantly, act as mirrors to reflect living panoramas found within our own internal psychic landscapes.

Kane, Robert

Katz, Dorian (Oakland)
Visual Artist, Curator, Smut Writer
website: http://doriankatz.net/Main.html

Kleiman, Vivian
website: www.viviankleiman.com

Kremenak, Erica (Oakland)
website: www.ekremenak.com

Lee, Jez Kuono`ono (Oakland)

Lahne, A. (San Francisco)

Layton, Susannah (San Francisco)

Lemcke, Rudy (San Francisco)
website: http://www.rudylemcke.com

Lipps, Matthew (Los Angeles)

Liu, Ginger (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.gingerliu.webs.com
Ginger Liu is a graduate of London’s University of Westminster with a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Media Practice (Photography, Film, Multi-Media). Her work has been published in the UK and USA, and has appeared on MTV. She is a Hollywood based photographer, writer and publicist.

Lopez, Alma (Los Angeles)
Alma Lopez, is a Los Angeles based visual and public artist.
website: www.almalopez.net

Lopez, Rebecca (Austin, Texas)

Macierz, Nick – artist (Los Angeles)
contact: bellhop@sbcglobal

MacKinnon, Ian – performance artist (Valley Village, California)
imackinn1@hotmail.com

Madden, Donnie (Los Angeles)
photographer
website: Downtowndon.tumblr.com
twitter: @MrDonnieMadden
email: Donniemadden@gmail.com

Madison, Dale Guy (Los Angeles)
Damn Good Man productions is a business venture of dale guy madison created to produce entertainment and educational events that address artistic, literary, cinematic, cultural, & gender based empowering messages.
contact: Dale@damngoodman.com
website: www.damngoodman.com

Maldonado, Rigo (Santa Ana)
Mixed media queer latino artist focusing on culture, gender, body image and identity. Mediums included: installations, sculpture, photography and video.
website: www.sissysammy.com

Martinez, Joel (North Hollywood)
Babalu Aye Productions (B.A.P.), is a literary and theatrical production company that seeks to increase and demonstrate the voices of women and people of color within the discourse of LGBT concerns. B.A.P. aims to demarganalize the existence of subcultures within subcultures.
contact: martinez7j@gmail.com

Medina, Dolissa (San Francisco)

Mode, Alison (Orange County)
website: http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?ref=profile&id=100000999247502

Moriarity, Lesa M.
website: www.exhibit905.info
Exhibit905 for web art projects by artist, Lesa Moriarity, B.F.A., M.A. The art work engages with painting, photography, drawing, and new media, concerned with diverging topics of landscape, presence, feminism, poverty, desire and the subconscious.

Motana, Shammy & Mary Garza (Twenty Nine Palms)
Art from the Heart

Mullen, Jennifer / San Francisco Bay Times
website: www.sfbaytimes.com

nancy the blacksmith (San Francisco)
website: www.nancytheblacksmith.com
3D metal sculptures, mermaids, and super cool bubble wands

Newman, Mike (UK)
abstract painter

Norris, Trevor , (Los Angeles)
email: trevornorris49@gmail.com

O’Brien, Genevieve Erin (San Francisco)
Erin addresses issues such as hate crimes, homophobia, violence against women, and more with sensitivity and humor in her performances and films.

Olson, Jenni (San Francisco)
website: http://www.butch.org
Jenni Olson is a San Francisco-based filmmaker, writer and historian. She is one of the world’s leading experts on LGBT cinema history.

Ostolaza, Walter H. Guerra (San Francisco)

Otalvaro-Hormillosa, Gigi (San Francisco)
website: www.devilbunny.org
contact: aeromestiza@sbcglobal.net

Palatinus, John (Palm Spings)
website: www.john-palatinus.com

Payne, David – photographer (Los Angeles)
blkonblk4u@aol.com

Peniston, Pam (San Francisco)
contact: director@queerculturalcenter.org

Pietronigro, Frank (San Francisco)
website: http://www.pietronigro.com
This site features interdisciplinary art and projects created by Frank Pietronigro, Painter, New Media Artist, Educator and Author. The artist’s intention is to create interdisciplinary art projects and personal works of art that fortify community and challenge institutional structures.

Player, Mike (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.mikeplayer.net/

Pollack, Gordon (Los Angeles)
contact: gordonpollack@sbcglobal.net

Pope, Mark (Richmond, CA)
Filmmaker and videographer
website: YouTube
contact: herterb@aol.com

Kenn Raaf (Irvine)
Artist – Painting, Sculpture and Print work
Website: http://www.kennraaf.com
email: kenn.raaf@gmail.com

Roberts, R E (Palm Springs)
website: http://www.rer.name/

Robinson, Terry (Mariposa, CA)
website: http://www.sierratel.com/rtest/
A graphic artist/illustrator experienced in a wide range of media and styles.

Rodriguez, Nancy (San Diego)
Arts administration, arts advocacy, producer, performance artist

Rosendahl, Dawn (Altamonte Springs)

Ross, Meaghan (Garden Grove)
artists, writers, and musicians can submit their work that deals with the idea of gender bending and blending.
website: www.zwittertexts.com

Don Saban artist (Los Angeles)

Sandoval, Lito (San Francisco)

Santana, Trilce (San Francisco)

Schaffner, Jaime (Los Angeles)
Fiction Writer

Schwartz, Abby (San Diego)
website: http://groups.myspace.com/sirensd
Abby Schwartz is the coordinator of SIREN a women’s open mic that takes place is San Diego. SIREN welcomes all forms of expression — with emphasis on LGBT, queer, feminist, and women’s issues.

Schwarz, Jeffrey (Los Angeles)
website: www.automatpictures.com
Documentary filmmaker, currently at work on a feature documentary about gay author & activist Vito Russo.

Shenghur, Tika (Thousand Oaks)

Silva, Hector (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.artbyhector.com/about.html
visual artist

Sirius, Jean (Oakland)
website: http://www.jeansirius.com/
collage, photography, poetry, weblog

Smith, Ryan T. (San Francisco)
website: www.rawdance.org RAWdance, envisioned by co-founders Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, strives to craft pieces balancing dance with theatrical elements, and athletic movement with intellectual themes.

Smoke, Joe (Los Angeles)

Southey, Trevor (San Francisco)
website: http://www.trevorsouthey.com

Spencer, Scott Andrew (Pasadena)
website: http://www.123soho.com/members/scott_spencer
Painter. Member of the Pasadena Society of Artists in 2004.

spevack, pam (Oakland)

Stinson, Charles H. (San Francisco)

Summers, Robert (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.robtsum.com

Sundaresh, Soumya (Encino)

Tarley, Phil (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.philtarley.com
contact: philtarley@earthlink.net

Taylor, Tana (Citrus Heights)
website: www.PatchesAndTatters.com

The Boyfriend (Los Angeles)

The Crackpot Crones (San Francisco)
website: www.crackpotcrones.com
contact: crackpotcrones@gmail.com

Thompson, Mark (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.markthompsongayspirit.com/

Umana, Joseph Isaias (Los Angeles)
filmmaker
websites: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3005646/
https://www.vimeo.com/joeyumana
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/joey-umana/17/47a/322

van Lence, Beat (San Francisco)
website: http://www.fothis.com

von Praunheim, Rosa (Germany)
website: www.rosavonpraunheim.de

Vernon. Thom (Toronto)
Californian novelist-in-exile!
website: http://thomvernon.com

Vigil, Heather

Webster, William (Palm Springs)
website: http://www.williamwebster.info/

Weinstein, Nicole (San Francisco)
website: www.nicoleweinstein.com
Photography and mixed media

West, Melissa (Oakland)
website: http://www.mswest.com
My paintings explore the boundaries between realism and abstraction, control and chaos. My inspiration comes from the patterns found in nature.

White, Angela Dawn

Wolfe, Meg (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.dancemegwolfe.org
Meg Wolfe is a choreographer, performer, and teacher who has appeared internationally and as part of New York City’s downtown dance scene since 1990; she relocated to Los Angeles in 2003.

Woods, C. Jerome (Los Angeles)
website: http://blacklgbtproject-mylifemystory.yolasite.com/
contact: wooro@juno.com

Zamora (Palo Alto)

Other (non-artist and/or non-LGBT) Organizations and Individuals
Members of California LGBT Arts Alliance

Organizations

Arts and Disability Network (Los Angeles)
website: www.artsdisabilitynetwork.ucla.edu
Professional networking for artists with disabilities
contact: klpope@mednet.ucla.edu

Art Scene Today
website: http://artscenetoday.com/resources/lgbt-list-of-museums-and-galleries

ArtSpace @ Wylder Hall – The Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach
website: www.uuclb.org
contact: Dennis Velco, curator@uuclb.org

Asian American Dance Performances (San Francisco)
contact: Jez Kuono`ono Lee, Managing Director: AADPis@yahoo.com

Asian American Theater Company (San Francisco)
contact: Chad Cornwell chad@sierra-arts.org
website: http://www.asianamericantheater.org
The mission of the Asian American Theater Company (AATC) is to inspire, nurture and promote Asian and Pacific American theater. Through the theatrical development of new Asian American stories and artists, AATC challenges American theter to redefine itself to include rich, diverse plays from America’s Asian heritage.

Autry National Center (Los Angeles)
website: http://theautry.org/

Fowler Museum at UCLA (Los Angeles)
website: http://www.fowler.ucla.edu/
The Fowler Museum at UCLA explores global arts and cultures with an emphasis on works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas—past and present. Part of UCLA’s School of the Arts and Architecturehe Fowler provides exciting, informative and thought-provoking exhibitions and events for the UCLA community and the people of greater Los Angeles and beyond.

George Billis Gallery (Los Angeles)
The George Billis Gallery shows work by both emerging and established artists. We continously host a number of emerging gay and lesbian artists in both our New York and Los Angeles Galleries.
website: www.georgebillis.com
contact: LA@georgebillis.com

Hammer Museum (Los Angeles)
website: www.hammer.ucla.edu

Latino Arts Network (California)
website: http://www.latinoarts.net

Naked Souls Artists Alliance (NSAA) (Oakland)
website: http:://www.nakedsouls.com
contact: Jerry Brown jbrhythm@yahoo.com
For the past five years we have organized and promoted Artists’ (of color particularly) works, craft and performances. We curate a gallery exhibition / networking hub/ live performance show / Deejay dance hoot-nanny every quarter and have a artists alliance of over five huundred vastly talented creators.

NCLR The National Center for Lesbian Rights (San Francisco)
website: http://www.nclrights.org
NCLR is a national legal resource center with a primary commitment to advancing the rights and safety of lesbians and their families through a program of litigation, public policy advocacy, free legal advice and counseling, and public education. In addition, NCLR provides representation and resources to gay men, and bisexual and transgender individuals on key issues that also significantly advance lesbian rights.REACH LA (Los Angeles)

The Palm Springs Cultural Center
websites: www.thepalmspringsculturalcenter.org
www.cinemadiverse.org
email: michaelcgreen@earthlink.net

REACH LA (Los Angeles)
website: http://webset.reach.la/

The San Diego LGBT Community Center, Women’s Resource Center Art Commitee(San Diego)
website: www.thecentersd.org/womens-resource.asp
organization email: clucero@thecentersd.org
Mission Statement: Our mission is to promote, connect and support San Diego LGBT women artists.
contact: Claudia Lucero clucero@thecentersd.org
The Women’s Art Committee is a part of our multi-faceted Women’s Resource Center at The San Diego LGBT Community Center. We plan, promote and conduct bi-monthly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender women’s art shows.

Sierra Arts Foundation(Nevada)
website: www.sierra-arts.org
Sierra Arts is the local (Nevada) arts organization dedicated to presenting and promoting cultural events, arts in education, art in public places and other arts programs as needed in our community. We provide facility management for gallery spaces, while giving financial and technical support to artists and arts organizations. Sierra Arts leads our community in assessing the cultural needs of our region and developing new programs that make this a better place in which to live.

The Center for Sex and Culture(San Francisco)
website: http://www.sexandculture.org
contact:info@sexandculture.org

The Women’s Building (San Francisco)
website: http://www.womensbuilding.org
The Women’s Building is a multi-cultural, multi-service community center for women and girls. Our mission is to provide women and girls with the tools and resources they need to achieve full and equal participation in society. The soul, or ALMA, of The Women’s Building are our four key values: Awareness, Leadership, Mentoring, and Arts.

West Hollywood: The Creative City (West Hollywood)
website: http://www.weho.org

Individuals

Arellano, Lucero (Los Angeles)
Manager, Multicultural Arts Development
website: www.cac.ca.gov
Nancy Rodriguez. Executive Director, Centro Cultural de la Raza. (San Diego)
One of our goalsfor the Centro is to diversify our audience and programs. This year one of our targets is LGBT programming and audiences.

Calonje, Noemi – Immigration Project Director, NCLR (San Francisco)
We are a non-profit legal resource center serving the LGBT community. We provide legal assistance as well as representation in certain type of cases. We have an elder program, a youth program, an immigration project as well as a sports project.
website: http://www.nclrights.org
organization email: calonje@nclrights.org

Canizares-Tanedo, Jilly (Los Angeles)

Ericson, Brad (San Francisco)

Hazzard, Wayne (San Francisco)

Scott Heckes, California Arts Council (Los Angeles)
website: www.cac.ca.gov

Kitchener, Amy (Fresno)

McKay, Clint (Sacramento)

Nevarez, Rebecca (Los Angeles)

Alma Robinson (San Francisco)