Friday, April 13, 2018

Queer Art News


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Queer|Art Announces Special Summer 2018 Season Of Queer|Art|Film
Queer|Art, NYC's home to creative and professional development for LGBTQ artists, is pleased to announce "BLACK SUMMER NIGHTS 2: SUMMER IN THE CITY," a special season of Queer|Art|Film at IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue at West 3rd St.), May 14-August 20. Queer|Art|Film charts a uniquely ...
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Queer photographers featured in Little Five Points art show.
Curious art lovers may want to make a habit of ritual behaviors. On April 13, from 7-10 p.m., The Gallery by Wish premieres a new exhibit called An Exploration of Her Ritual. The show will feature 23 Atlanta artists, including several queer photographers: Elizah Turner, Talecia Tucker and Tabia ...
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Club Jewel Box Celebrates Miami's Queer History with Film, Performance, and Poetry
In terms of American history, the Jewel Box—particularly through its traveling revue—helped promote the idea of an art-driven "queer space" during a time in history when it was still illegal to have sex with someone of the same sex. The club left an indelible mark across the country, and distinctly in the ...
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Five artists to create works Friday at Mead Art Museum in Amherst
These include the college's Center for International Student Engagement, as well as its Women's and Gender Center, Queer Resource Center, Multicultural Center, and Center for Diversity and Campus Leadership. The artists will be exhibiting some of their art and answering questions Thursday from 8 ...
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Pune International Queer Film Festival: Celebration of diversity on-screen
The festival played an important role in creating awareness and clearing misguided judgements of the queercommunity. ”Movies are a great way of communicating with the people, especially in India. I feel happy to see parents and allies attending the festival,” said Shyam. “I am overwhelmed with the ...
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Greg Berlanti & Dan Savage on the Evolution of QueerRomance
There were so many art-house films that paved the way for me. In 10 years, when you re-gather Dan and me to have this conversation again, perhaps the fact that these movies, shows, books, or whatever have a gay character in them will not be the most pronounced thing about them. The pronounced ...
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OU artist welcomes community with Athens LGBTQ Legacy Project
Saturday will feature a film screening and discussion of “Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America” from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Mitchell Auditorium, followed by a display and reception from 12:30-2 p.m. in the Ohio University Art Gallery lobby, Seigfred Hall. Both are free and open to the ...
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A gross-out teen comedy with a heart of queer girl gold: The unexpected LGBTQ virtue of Blockers
This clip when Jonah Hill's Seth calls Christopher Minitz-Plasse's Fogell "Faggel" or this one when Seth recalls his childhood obsession of drawing penises to Michael Cera's Evan with a whole lot of gay panic on both sides are just a few instances in which Superbad seemed fully across the border into ...
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Latinx, leather, libations and love in this week's Q magazine
queer feminist collective meets at the intersection of art and identity. A second new gay bar in as many weeks gets the nod. Must be ... This and every week, look to the Queer Agenda for upcoming events, Q Shots for community photos, and here on Project Q Atlanta for fresh daily content. Like what you ...