Kevin Seaman

Artist, Curator, Cultural Worker

Kevin Seaman is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural worker with over a decade of experience working with Bay Area arts communities. He was awarded Americans for the Arts 2017 Emerging Leader award, was named one of SF Weekly’s 16 Artists To Watch in 2016, and was as an inaugural Association for Performing Arts Professionals’ Leadership Fellow. Kevin Seaman’sinterdisciplinary work exploring LGBTQ and drag culture at the intersection of gender and sexuality has been presented at SOMArts Cultural Center, the de Young Museum, FRAMELINE, Brava Theatre and CounterPULSE, SF Oasis, the Stud and El Rio as well as the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Austin International Drag Festival and Yale School of the Arts as well as nightlife venues in NY, LA, PDX and Reno, NV. He has led artist-focused workshops for the National Queer Arts Festival, Intersection for the Arts, Center for Cultural Innovation, the Foundation Center, Groundswell Institute, and San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music, and has promoted queer arts on a national level by co-facilitating panels for Grantmakers in the Arts, California Presenters, National Performance Network and APAP|NYC.