What is the relationship between queer media and queer activism? How have queers, trans* folks, feminists, people of color, poor people, and people with disabilities harnessed media production practices in the service of social justice activism? How have local Philadelphia artists, activists, and academics mobilized to create films, video artworks, performances, training workshops, and courses that stretch beyond the local context and into the transnational public sphere? The Queer Media Activism Series examines the relationship between queer activism and queer media production through film screenings, lectures by transnational video artists, roundtables on social justice media making, live performances, and discussions about oral history media projects. The Queer Media Activism series explores these questions through a multimedia, multidisciplinary, and multi-sited series of events around Philadelphia during March and April 2013. This series is directed by Dr. Cathy Hannabach, Lecturer in GSWS.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
This series is generously supported by Giovanni's Room Bookstore; Temple University’s Film and Media Arts, Latin American Studies, and Women’s Studies departments; and the University of Pennsylvania’s Art History, Cinema Studies,Gender,Sexuality, & Women’s Studies, History,Latin American & Latino Studies, and Visual Studies departments as well as the Penn Humanities Forum.
Want to get involved with the series? Have a question? Want copies of fliers to help publicize events? Check out our website (phillyqueermedia.com), or email the Director Cathy Hannabach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, March 30 from 6-8pm, William Way LGBT Community Center (1315 Spruce Street)
Monday, April 1 from 12-2pm, Temple University, 812 Anderson Hall (Women’s Studies Lounge)
Monday, April 1 from 6-8pm, The Rotunda (4014 Walnut Street)
Saturday, April 20 from 7-9pm, Giovanni's Room Bookstore (345 S. 12th St.)
Queer and Feminist Film Studies: Undergraduate course at the University of Pennsylvania
Spring 2013, TuTh 10:30 -11:50 am, 244 Fisher-Bennett Hall