Queer Art at the Edge
This event is part of the series Gay Gotham: Art and Underground Culture
Three groundbreaking artists talk with Hunter O’Hanian, Executive Director of the College Art Association, about the ways LGBTQ identity and community shape their work, and the changing meanings and forms of queer art today, including textile arts, sculpture, painting, photography, and video. To view all of the programs in conjunction with Gay Gotham: Art and Underground Culture, click here.
Sheila Pepe uses feminist and craft traditions to investigate received notions about the production of canonical artwork and the artist's relationship to museum displays.
LJ Roberts creates textile works that are deeply driven by activism and entwined with critical queer/transgender politics, feminist histories, and the on-going AIDS epidemic.
niv Acosta is a post-modern dancer and choreographer whose work, including "the denzel series," addresses personal histories and the passage of time.
Hunter O'Hanian (moderator), Executive Director, The College Art Association
$20 for adults | $15 for seniors, students & educators (with ID) | $10 for Museum members. Includes Museum admission.
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