May 31: “Todd Shalom and Juan Betancurth: Sketchy Walk”
June 7: “Jeannine Tang and Reina Gossett: Love Revolution, Not State Collusion”
June 21: “Against Equality: Don’t Ask to Fight Their Wars”
July 5: “QUEEROCRACY: 30 Years In, 30 Years Out: AIDS Activism Today”
July 12: “Jared Gilbert: Liberation Theologies for Secular Society”
July 19: “Carlos Motta and friends: Collective Reading”

Throughout the run of the exhibition “Museum as Hub: Carlos Motta: We Who Feel Differently,” Carlos Motta invites local queer artists, activists, and academics to hold public events on Thursday evenings at the Hub. Events include a conversation about transgender issues in contemporary art, a lecture on queer and feminist theologies, a workshop on HIV/Aids activism today, a “cruising” walk, a presentation of a book about queer responses to gay inclusion in the military, and a collective reading of queer texts, all of which address critical issues of contemporary queer culture in the United States.

May 31, 2012 – July 19, 2012


Events at the New Museum

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