Betti Ono and Queer Cultural Center Co-Present “Femme as In…” by Amanda Arkansassy Harris and epli featuring The Lady Ms. Vagina Jenkins!

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Betti Ono and Queer Cultural Center are pleased to announce their first collaboration for the 19th Annual National Queer Arts Festival! Together, we proudly present Femme as In…, which highlights two solo exhibitions by… Continue reading

(H)afrocentric Vol. 4: Book Signing and Chill with Author, Jewels Smith

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(H)afrocentric stars a posse of disgruntled undergrads of color as they navigate their way through Ronald Reagan University. Follow the self proclaimed radical Black feminist, Naima Pepper (who has a White mama), as… Continue reading

Opening Night -#222ForgottenCities: The Power of Melanin 2.5.16

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Betti Ono is dedicated to providing a platform and space to amplify the work and voices of under-represented artists and communities of color. These beautifully captured photos by Jon Crisp, reflect the powerful moments during the opening night artist talk for #222ForgottenCities: The Power of Melanin by Brittsense.

Betti Ono founder and curator, Anyka Barber, speaks candidly.

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Will Oakland Lose its Artistic Soul? Betti Ono founder and director speaks candidly about long -time efforts to protect arts and culture communities from displacement. http://m.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/will-oakland-lose-its-artistic-soul/Content?oid=4679618