November 17, Thursday
Reclaiming Remembrance is a series of short films made by various queer-identified and indigenous filmmakers, which tie together themes of native identity, queer and two spirit identity, legacies of colonization and more. The series was screened at the 2010 Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Francisco, hosted by the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project.
Location: The Depot, CCSC
November 18, Friday
Richard Oakes Celebrations
Annual celebration of Richard Oakes. Cultural presentations, “We Are Not A Costume” exhibit opening, panel discussion and screening of “Two Spirit: The Fred Martinez Story”, Aztec Dancers-Xiuhcoatl, comedic performance by Charlie Ballard, community feed/potluck and much more!
Location: Jack Adams Hall, CCSC
November 20, Sunday
WE ARE STILL HERE Installation Opening
WE ARE STILL HERE is a multi-media exhibit on the historic American Indian occupation of Alcatraz Island created by SFSU faculty and students and was first displayed at the CCSC Art Gallery last November. Now, the exhibit will be a permanent installation on Alcatraz Island beginning November 20th, 2011.
Location: Alcatraz Island