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    Queer Visionaries Talk Gender

    "Philadelphia’s renowned Institute of Contemporary Art has a history of promoting queer themes. Continuing that tradition on Nov. 7, ICA will host a panel discussion and art presentation “They/She/He/Who’s Gotta Have it? Art Across Genders, Nations, and Forms.” Organized and moderated by Ricardo Bracho, the event will focus on contemporary queer artistry in photography, performance, poetry and anime. Zeroing in on queer, trans, Black, Pacific and Asian contexts, They/She/He will look at visual and textual works that complicate divisions of genders, states, languages and cultures. Bracho...
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    Black Spatial Relics: Artist Talks with Julia B. Johnson and muthi reed

    Join Black Spatial Relics Artists-in-Residence, Julie B. Johnson and muthi reed in converation with Alice Paul Center Visiting Artist and Black Spatial Relics Director, Arielle Julia Brown. Black Spatial Relics is a new performance residency about slavery, justice and freedom. At the intersection of the 400th year anniversary of slavery in the U.S. colonies and the 100 year anniversary of womens* sufferage, this discussion will address how Julie and muthi's respective projects intersect with histories related to gender. Art Black Spatial Relics: Artist Talk is the launch event of the 2019 Black Spatial Relics Convening. For more information about attending free performances and workshops in the convening, visit www.blackspatialrelics.org  About the 2019 Black Spatial Relics Artists...