2016 Queer Comics Expo Tickets Now On Sale!
June 18-19, 2016
SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA
Get your tickets now! This year, QCE will be held in the new, expanded location of SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street, over Father’s Day Weekend on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19, 2016 from 11am to 5pm. Advance online ticket sales are discounted and offer deeper discounts for Cartoon Art Museum members. Tickets purchased at the “Unicorn” and “Double Rainbow” ticket levels include Cartoon Art Museum memberships and discounted admission to QCE. A Charity/Pay It Forward ticket will allow you to purchase QCE tickets to be donated to local queer nonprofits.
2016 Queer Comics Expo exhibitors will include both of this year’s Prism Queer Press Grant Winners, Catherine Esguerra and Elizabeth Beier, plus Lambda Literary Award Finalist Alex Woolfson and Eisner Award nominee Scout Tran-Caffee. Additional guests include Steve MacIsaac and other contributors to the Ignatz Award-winning anthology QU33R. Multiple contributors to the upcoming anthology ALPHABET will also be in attendance.
Thanks to sponsors including Northwest Press, Oni Press, BOOM! Studios, California College of the Arts, MidBoss, and Prism Comics. Proceeds from ticket sales will be able to directly support the daily operations, offsite events, and educational programming at the Cartoon Art Museum during their transition to a new gallery space.
Tickets can be purchased online now at qcexpo.tumblr.com/tickets. Tickets will also be sold at the door on June 18 and 19. Subscribe to Queer Comics Expo updates by following us on qcexpo.tumblr.com and liking us on facebook.com/qcexpo
About Queer Comics Expo
QCE is an annual event to celebrate queer culture and promote diverse queer representation in comics, animation and other great ways to tell stories. QCE is a fundraiser for the Cartoon Art Museum, a 501©(3) educational non-profit.
About the Cartoon Art Museum
The Cartoon Art Museum’s key function is to preserve, document, and exhibit this unique and accessible art form. Through traveling exhibitions and other exhibit-related activities—such as cartoonists-in-residence, lectures, and outreach—the museum has taken cartoon art and used it to communicate cultural diversity in the community, as well as the importance of self-expression.
About the National Queer Arts Festival
Presented by the Queer Cultural Center, the National Queer Arts Festival (NQAF), now celebrating its nineteenth year, is a month-long festival of music, dance, visual art, spoken word, poetry, comedy, theater, and film featuring over 40 performances and exhibitions in multiple venues throughout San Francisco and Oakland.
About the Queer Cultural Center
Founded in 1993, the Queer Cultural Center is a multiracial community-building organization that fosters the artistic, economic and cultural development of San Francisco’s LGBTQI community.