San Francisco: Queer Ecologies – A Gallery Event
The Arcus Endowment at the College of Environmental Design & QCC present Queer Conversations on Culture and the Arts:
QUEER ECOLOGIES: A Gallery Event and Conversation Featuring
Kim Anno and Adrian Parr
Internationally recognized photographer, painter and film/video artist Kim Anno presents her provocative film Water City, Berkeley, about climate change, cultural identity, and the role of aesthetics in social change. Then, ecological critic and social theorist Adrian Parr performs her spoken word piece So to Speak. Followed by Parr’s talk on how Anno’s film connects ecological change and cultural difference and on the role of aesthetics in forming activist communities and new political imaginaries. Adrian holds a joint appointment in the Department of Sociology and the School of Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Cincinnati, USA.
Read the press release about Queer Ecologies (the above event) at Queer Cultural Center’s website.