JEROME & JOAN: Late Night With Joan Jett Blakk — Anglim/Trimble Gallery presents a live talk show hosted by the legendary, award-winning drag queen Joan Jett Blakk. In honor of 2021 Pride and the new exhibition FOUND: The Lost Art of Jerome Caja, Jerome’s infamous drag performances and fine art paintings will be the topic of discussion.
SPECIAL GUESTS: Adam Klein (AKA: Miss Rena McDonald, musician, educator and co-author of Jerome After the Pageant), Gerard Koskovich (activist and founding member of the GLBT Historical Society), Jessica Tanzer (photographer and documentarian of SF’s lesbian/queer underground), and Anthony Cianciolo (filmmaker and founder of The Jerome Project).
LIVE MUSIC: San Francisco’s beloved Hipsteria — swingers and bringers of Swing, Latin Jazz and R&B — will be performing in the Hipsteriac Lounge on the ground floor.
LOGISTICS: This hour-long show is free and will start promptly at 5:30 PM. Please arrive early because space is limited. There is bleacher style seating on the main floor and standing room in-the-round on both floors. The event will take place in San Francisco’s Dogpatch at Minnesota Street Project (1275 Minnesota Street). Parking is available around the building and on nearby alleyways. Due to current COVID regulations and the uncertainty of state restrictions to be announced on June 15th, we ask that you be patient with us. Masks might be required. Please register your tickets here with Eventbrite, print them out and bring them to the event with you to expedite and guarantee your entry.
Please Note: We apologize in advance if we are not able to accommodate everyone’s needs and wishes.
Presented by: KFAG “Your Legs in the Airwaves”
by Anthony Cianciolo