October 10, 2019
This program fulfills the first-year diversity & inclusion requirement.
Johanna Toruño, a queer Salvadoran-born artist, is the creator of The Unapologetic Street Series, which concentrates on the importance of highlighting queer folks of color through public art and the importance of public space. Toruño will discuss this unique project, and connections between identity, activism and art.
Hosted by the Women's and Gender Resource Center and co-sponsored by the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity, the Office of LGBTQ Services, Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies, Spanish & Portuguese, Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies, American Studies, and Art & Art History.