Kegan Marling

Kegan Marling is a visual & movement artist and arts consultant from the San Francisco Bay Area. Influenced by artists Della Davidson, Lea Anderson, Brian Thorstenson and Joe Goode, their work focuses on alternative queer communities, dance and theatre artists, body positivity and documenting queer pursuits of play – including gaymers, pups, drag artists, wrestlers and faeries. Their work has appeared in venues & publications including the de Young Museum, Frameline Film Festival, SF Chronicle, SF Weekly, National Queer Arts Festival and SF General Hospital. (

Feb 02, 2024
The Echo Between Kink and Performance

Mar 01, 2020
Tips to Consider When Hiring and Working with a Photographer

Jan 01, 2013
The Art of Government: Looking Forward in 2013

Apr 01, 2011
The Consummate Conversationalist: An Interview with Monique Jenkinson

Sep 01, 2010
New Book: Site Dance

Jul 01, 2010
Riding the Panel Process

May 01, 2010
One Sunday at a Time

Jul 01, 2009
Getting it Out There: Smart Mobs, Improv Everywhere and Engaging Dance Audiences

May 01, 2009
Vantage Points

Dec 01, 2008
Leave a Message, I’m on Vacation