Join us for a discussion about Feminist Art in Action with Stamps School of Art & Design Professors, Irina Aristarkhova, Carol Jacobsen and Joanne Leonard moderated by LeAnn Fields, Senior Executive Editor, University of Michigan Press. A response to panelist presentations will be given by Stamps Assistant Professor Omar Sosa-Tzec. Books by all panelists will be available for sale. A book signing will follow the event.
Penny Stamps Speaker Series event: Los Angeles-based public artist, Suzanne Lacy
Penny Stamps Speaker Series event: New York-based photorealistic painter, Marilyn Minter
Please join this year's Transgender Awareness Week Keynote speaker, Kavi Ade, on Monday, November 18th, 6:30-7:30 pm at the School of Social Work, Room ECC (located on the first floor). Kavi Ade is a Black Trans Queer speaker, arts educator and nationally recognized poet of Afro & Indigenous Caribbean descent. Speaking on race, gender, sexuality, mental health, domestic violence, and sexual assault Kavi’s work grapples with being set at the throne of violence, and exploring the ways a body can learn to survive.
This talk will examine the politics of fantasy in relation to representations of Latino male sexuality in contemporary independent and queer cinema.
Dr. González-Rivera's research on western Nicaragua's pre-1979 LGBTQ histories reveals a complex story.
Join us for the official kick-off party for the Feminist Futures: Art, Design & Activism Event Series. The afternoon will include participatory readings of texts and poetry on feminism, queerness and gender written by Gloria Anzaldúa, Zach Blas, Lucy Lippard, Audre Lorde, Fred Moten, and Wu Tsang.
Cosplay allows women to experiment with different ways of blending embodied and disembodied, performative and animating, forms of affective labor.