Our Legacy: a QCC Retrospective Conversation – NQAF 2022

Video (1:30:40): The National Queer Arts Festival, NQAF 2022, was celebrating NQAF’s 25th Anniversary with a look at memorabilia and a conversation about the activism, origins and legacy of QCC with QCC’s founders Pamela ‘Pam’ Peniston, Jeff Jones & Lenore Chinn.

Unapologetic Sexuality

Unapologetic Sexuality 21 Oct 2022 – 4 Nov 2022 at Saint George Street in Mayfair, London, UK.

Over the Rainbow

‘Over the Rainbow’ at Preus Museum — Norway’s National Museum of Photography in Horten. May 28 to December 31 2022. Curator: Hilde Herming

Bergen: The Queer Gaze part II

Det skeive blikket Vol II / The queer gaze part II, September 23 2022 – December 31 2022 at KODE Kunstmuseer & komponisthjem: KODE 4, Lysverket, Rasmus Meyers allé 9, 5015 Bergen, Norway.

Tipping the Drop

Tipping the Drop, 2 Oct 2022 – 16 Oct 2022 at m3 Kunsthalle, Mengerzeile 1–3, 12435 Berlin, Germany. This four-person group exhibition features works by queer artist Noemi Y. Molitor.

Kensington, London: QUEER ART(ists) NOW

QUEER ART(ists) NOW. 17 September 2022 – 08 October 2022 at Space Station Sixty-Five, 373 Kennington Rd, London SE11 4PS, UK. QUEER ART(ists) NOW is the UKs biggest Queer open call exhibition, featuring 75 artists under one roof!

It’s All Poetry

Tonight Leslie Lohman Museum of Art presents poet and visual artist Pamela Sneed at the opening of ‘OMNISCIENT: Queer Documentation in an Image Culture’ which runs through January 2, 2022. And it is last chance to see Sneed’s solo exhibition B-LEAFS which is currently on view at the Motherbox in New York.

Zanele Muholi – ‘In My World, Every Human is Beautiful’ (2020)

Video (6:55): Zanele Muholi – ‘In My World, Every Human is Beautiful’. Zanele talk about her creative practice and her LGBTQ activism using images to bring about change in a queerphobic world by presenting people who are not represented and excluded from the art canon.

Queer Diasporic Visual Art: Islamicate Contexts

Video (1:18.22): zoom webinar conversation with queer artists Laurence Rasti, Alireza Shojaian, and Sarp Kerem Yavuz, moderated by Andrew Gayed and introduced by Gayatri Gopinath took place on March 10, 2021.

Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989

Video (55:05): introduction by Nannette V. Maciejunes, executive director and ceo of Columbus Museum of Art and presentations by Jonathan Weinberg and Anastasia Kinigopoulos from the opening of ‘Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989’ on 03.05.2020.