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TransArt Panel Discussion & Artists Reception – TransArt Festival

June 11, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Panel Discussion and Reception

Meet transgender artists MAX KRISTULA-GREEN and MILO WISSIG and explore their works in painting and photography. Join a discussion led by the artists on their creative process and experiences.

Take a moment to reflect on a memorial featuring the photography of transgender artist and activist DIANA HEMINGWAY, an active member of the South Florida’s queer, activist, artist, and kink communities. Diana was an active member of the TransArt community who tragically died last December.

About TRANSART
Showcasing the Talent, Vision and Possibilities within the transgender & gender non-conforming community, the annual TRANSART Conference brings together a collection of talents, individuals artistic genres to create awareness, nurture aspiring artists and enlighten the general population about the many layers of this community.

Started in 2015, TRANSART is the first ever juried art exhibition and conference featuring international transgender artists and their works, and was created and envisioned by Trans-Miami founder & UC|CU board member ARYAH LESTER, and DEBORAH PLUTZIK-BRIGGS, Vice President for Marketing and Philanthropy at The Betsy-South Beach.

Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida’s (UC|CU) 3rd annual TRANSART is presented for FREE in partnership with Trans Miami, Miami Dade College-Wolfson, Care Resource, Stonewall Museum & Archives, The HUB|LGBT Visitor Center, Pridelines, Reading Queer, UM Miller School of Medicine, Ambiente Magazine, MDC Live Arts LAB, and the Hotel Gaythering as our HOST HOTEL.

For more info on TRANSART, Schedule of Events & more, go to: www.unitycoalition.org/TransArt

Details

Date:
June 11, 2017
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Venue

Stonewall Museum – Wilton Manors Gallery
2157 Wilton Drive
Wilton Manors,
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Website:
https://www.stonewall-museum.org