Gallery 263 is excited to host another juried exhibition organized by BLAA again this year. For artists who are members of the LGBTQIA+ community, there is often an expectation that our work will be politically driven and tied directly to our experiences of marginalization. We are shouldered with the responsibility of representing, defending, and/or analyzing our identities, and explaining our relationship to the dominant culture. But what do we make for ourselves, when we’re satisfying our own artistic impulses, exploring our medium, or pursuing non- queer specific avenues of creation? What do we have to say when we’re not trying to engage with the heteronormative and cisnormative world? This show seeks to unburden queer & trans artists from the pressures of representation while still celebrating and amplifying our marginalized voices.
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Earlier Event: November 30MOON EATERS VOL. 3 "TRANSITIONS": CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE!
Later Event: December 1ZINE-MAKING MARATHON AT SPACEUS