Other Cultural Districts’ News

In solidarity with our fellow Cultural Districts, we are pleased to invite you to like, follow and attend the events of San Francisco’s other Cultural Districts:

Upcoming Events!Map of San Francisco's 8 Cultural Districts, 11 May 2020


SOMA Pilipinas Filipino Cultural Heritage District

Calle 24 Latino Cultural District

Castro LGBTQ Cultural District

San Francisco Japantown Cultural District

SF African-American Arts and Culture District

Transgender District

American Indian Cultural District

American Indian Cultural District


Other Cultural Districts’ Upcoming Events


Castro On Notice: TRANS Equity is a must!

Friday, November 27th
Panel 5PM-6PM
Performances 6:00PM-6:30PM
Music 6:30PM-7:00PM
This will be broadcast on twitch.tv at:
The Castro LGBTQ Cultural District celebrates Trans Awareness Month with a lively panel discussion “Castro On Notice: TRANS Equity is a must!”
Panelists include Castro LGBTQ Cultural District Manager, Tina Aguirre, and District Advisory Board Members: Shannon, Ms. Billie Cooper, and Levi Maxwell (Levi will facilitate the panel).  After the panel, they have a stellar line-up of all Trans/GNC performers including: Rexy, Franzia, Polly Amber Ross, and the legend herself, Donna Personna.  Performances will be followed by a DJ set from La Frida (Just voted Best DJ by 48 Hills!).

Please spread the word and see you there!


Transgender Winter Gala

Friday, December 11, 2020 at 5:30 PM PST – 8 PM PST
Hosted by The Transgender District and House of Tulip
http://bit.ly/transgenderwintergala

The Transgender District and House of Tulip, two Black transgender led and founded nonprofit organizations that work towards ending poverty in their local transgender communities, are thrilled to launch an upcoming “Virtual Winter Gala” event with live music performances, celebrity special guest appearances and more- all in support of raising awareness and fundraising for the cause of addressing community driven homelessness solutions in 2021 impacting transgender people of color.

Featuring musical performance headliners including New York bred funk and soul duo LION BABE, underground dance music culture cult classic band JESSICA 6, and New Orleans performance artist DAWN RICHARD- a founding member of hit pop group and “Making The Band” era DANITY KANE. Supporting the lineup include vocal sensation TONYA BOYD-CANNON, who rose to prominence as a contestant of music competition television show, THE VOICE USA; and also features emerging transgender musical artists, soul singer NEVERENDING NINA; Rap artist and music producer WAZI; and pop vocalist DOMINIQUE MORGAN.
The event will also feature special guest appearances from transgender icons, most notably, critically acclaimed actor and model INDYA MOORE of FX’s history making television show, POSE; actress and producer TRACE LYSETTE of Amazon’s Transparent and Hustlers (2019); award winning writer, media personality and transgender activist RAQUEL WILLIS, and stand up comedian and actor IAN HARVIE of Transparent and Will & Grace).
With live musical performances, and special guest appearances, the event will also be hosted by two celebrated transgender women known for their comic relief and feel-good banter, Youtube personalities entertainer/mogul TS MADISON and DIAMOND STYLZ (Content Creator and Co Host, MARSHA’S PLATE podcast) round out the lineup as Hosts of the upcoming event.
The Transgender District and House of Tulip’s Virtual Winter Gala is free to the public, and will be held on Friday, December 11th, 2020 at 5:30pm PST and will be streamed live on Youtube via: bit.ly/transgenderwintergala.

 

Castro LGBTQ Cultural District Hires District Manager
Castro LGBTQ Cultural District has selected Tina Valentin Aguirre, board chair of the GLBT Historical Society, as its new District Manager.
“The Castro LGBTQ Cultural District will play a critical role not only in preserving the queer history and culture of the neighborhood, but in planning with intentionality for a kinder, more diverse neighborhood for the folks who live, work and play there,” said GLBT Historical Society executive director Terry Beswick, who facilitated the community organizing meetings for the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District from February 2018 until the passage of the enacting legislation in July 2019.
“I can’t think of a better person for this role than Tina Valentin Aguirre, who as chair of the GLBT Historical Society has led the organization during a period of phenomenal growth. They have been a great friend and mentor to me personally, and the district could not have made a stronger choice.”

The San Francisco African American Arts & Cultural District has been working in collaboration with the San Francisco Department of Emergency to create cultural competent messaging in the black community around COVID-19. Co- Directors Ebon Glenn and Ericka Scott participated in an interview with KBLX host Sterling James to talk messaging and the mission of our Cultural District in general.

More info here.


 


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