Press release and invitation via Queer Cultural Center, October Newsletter
Queer Conversations on Culture & the Arts presents:
Harmony Hammond and Tirza Latimer in conversation with Julia Bryan-Wilson
October 31, 7pm
Timken Hall, CCA’s SF Campus, 1111 8th St., San Francisco, USA.
Queer Abstraction brings together three queer cultural leaders to re-consider abstraction and its queerness.
Harmony Hammond co-founded A.I.R., the first feminist cooperative gallery in Manhattan, and Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics. Her book Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History was published in 2000.
Tirza True Latimer wrote Women Together / Women Apart: Portraits of Lesbian Paris and co-authored Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories.
Julia Bryan-Wilson teaches art at UC-Berkeley and authored Art Workers: Radical Practice in the Vietnam War Era and the upcoming Crisis Craft: Handmade Art and Activism Since 1970.