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KUMALICIOUS Launches at 2016 National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco

KUMALICIOUS Launches at 2016 National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco

Kumalicious

The exhibit showcases Queer bigger men of color.

This year's National Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco, California welcomes KUMALICIOUS, an exhibit of work that celebrates Queer bigger men of color inspired by Japanese Manga. The show, which runs from June 14 through 21 at the SOMArts Culture Center's Bay Gallery (934 Brannan Street), is presented by the Queer Cultural Center in conjunction with the Cartoon Art Museum's 2016 Queer Comics Expo. In addition to the art on display, other KUMALICIOUS events include a panel discussion with queer comic book historians and authors (June 14), an opening reception with exhibiting artists (June 17) and a "Daddy-themed Drink n' Draw" that takes place Father's Day weekend and features bigger bodied figure models to draw (June 17). For complete information, head to the KUMALCIOUS Facebook page.

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