“I Am Me and We Are Free” National Invitational Exhibition on the LGBTQ Art of Now
The show’s main focus is that of identity through portraiture showcasing the culture of freedom of personal choices with sexual identity. It’s about humans that want to express themselves and are not afraid of what they are meant to be, inside and out. It’s about living a life without filters of censorship through modern day conservative views, but rather, liberally approaching the world with the pride of knowing who you are meant to be.
Exhibiting Artists on the Feature Wall and Back Gallery will include:
Mischa Badasyan (Berlin, Germany) – Video Art
Julius DC Bautista (Chicago, Illinois) – Painter
Kelsy Gossett (Wichita, Kansas) – Photography/Video Art
James Miille (New York, New York) – Photographer
Pansy Ass Ceramics (Toronto, Canada) – Porcelain Sculptures
Julio Salgado (California) – Digital Illustrations
…More to come!
On the HUE Permanent Collection Wall you will find works by Sean Christopher Ward and Lindy Wiese.
The exhibition opens on September 28 and will be open until October 19.
The gallery is open on Final Fridays and by appointment.
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