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Exhibition

The Letter Formally Known As Q

Voices from Minnesota’s Queer Immigrant Community
Exhibition:
Monday, March 22Sunday, April 18
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9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The Letter Formally Known As Q is a multimedia oral history and archival project documenting the narratives of queer/trans immigrants of color and their personal experiences of migrating, growing up, and making home in the Twin Cities. Focusing on the root causes of mass migration and displacement around the world, particularly the role of U.S. foreign policy, this series maps the lived experiences of Queer and Trans immigrants of color and the ways in which their bodies are policed, censored, and surveillanced on a daily basis.

The Letter Formally Known As Q

Voices from Minnesota’s Queer Immigrant Community
Exhibition:
Monday, March 22Sunday, April 18
Add to Calendar

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The Letter Formally Known As Q is a multimedia oral history and archival project documenting the narratives of queer/trans immigrants of color and their personal experiences of migrating, growing up, and making home in the Twin Cities. Focusing on the root causes of mass migration and displacement around the world, particularly the role of U.S. foreign policy, this series maps the lived experiences of Queer and Trans immigrants of color and the ways in which their bodies are policed, censored, and surveillanced on a daily basis.

The Letter Formally Known As Q

Voices from Minnesota’s Queer Immigrant Community
Exhibition:
Monday, March 22Sunday, April 18
Add to Calendar

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The Letter Formally Known As Q is a multimedia oral history and archival project documenting the narratives of queer/trans immigrants of color and their personal experiences of migrating, growing up, and making home in the Twin Cities. Focusing on the root causes of mass migration and displacement around the world, particularly the role of U.S. foreign policy, this series maps the lived experiences of Queer and Trans immigrants of color and the ways in which their bodies are policed, censored, and surveillanced on a daily basis.

America, I Sing You Back

Exhibition:
Tuesday, January 19Sunday, April 18

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

America, I sing back. Sing back what sung you in.
Sing back the moment you cherished breath.
Sing you home into yourself and back to reason.

Excerpt from "America, I Sing You Back," by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke

The work in this group exhibition-created or facilitated by MCAD alumni and affiliated faculty-gives voice to hope: confronting the isolation of the Covid-19 pandemic, addressing historical and contemporary racial injustice, and strengthening the cultural connections that can unite us as a global community.

America, I Sing You Back

Exhibition:
Tuesday, January 19Sunday, April 18

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

America, I sing back. Sing back what sung you in.
Sing back the moment you cherished breath.
Sing you home into yourself and back to reason.

Excerpt from "America, I Sing You Back," by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke

The work in this group exhibition-created or facilitated by MCAD alumni and affiliated faculty-gives voice to hope: confronting the isolation of the Covid-19 pandemic, addressing historical and contemporary racial injustice, and strengthening the cultural connections that can unite us as a global community.

America, I Sing You Back

Exhibition:
Tuesday, January 19Sunday, April 18

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

America, I sing back. Sing back what sung you in.
Sing back the moment you cherished breath.
Sing you home into yourself and back to reason.

Excerpt from "America, I Sing You Back," by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke

The work in this group exhibition-created or facilitated by MCAD alumni and affiliated faculty-gives voice to hope: confronting the isolation of the Covid-19 pandemic, addressing historical and contemporary racial injustice, and strengthening the cultural connections that can unite us as a global community.

2019/20 MCAD-Jerome Fellowship Exhibition

Exhibition:
Tuesday, January 19Sunday, March 7

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Online Panel Discussion:

Wednesday, February 24
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6:30 p.m.
Moderated by independent writer and curator Christina Chang

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design, on behalf of the Jerome Foundation, is honored to spotlight the recent work of the recipients of the 2019/20 MCAD-Jerome Foundation Fellowships for Early Career Artists: Sarah Abdel-Jelil, Zachary Betts, Sophia Chai, and Kaamil A. Haider.

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