Queer Threads: CURIOUS SPACES

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FEATURED DOCUMENTATION
from the exhibition & program series

André Terrel Jackson, Crowns, 2020, solo installation at at The Corner at Whitman-Walker. Image by Farrah Skeiky.

Screenshot from Queer Threads: Fresh Voices Artist Talk featuring Queer Threads curator John Chaich discussing Crowns. Hosted by The George Washington University Museum and Textile Museum. Image by Transformer.

Image collage: (L-R) Screenshot of André Terrel Jackson in conversation with The Corner DC art educations Sol & Paula on Instagram Live. Screenshots from André take over of Transformer's Instagram story. Images by Transformer.

Screenshot from interview with Zoe Schlacter on their solo installation, Darn, at Transformer. Video by Buzz Slutzky. 

Zoe Schlacter, Darn, at Transformer. Image by Farrah Skeiky.

Screenshot from Queer Threads: Fresh Voices Artist Talk featuring Queer Threads curator John Chaich discussing Darn. Hosted by The George Washington University Museum and Textile Museum. Image by Transformer.

Image collage of performances for Queer Threads: Curious Cabaret: Screenshots of 1 - Museofire hosts Queer Threads: Curious Cabaret event on Zoom. 2 - André Terrel Jackson performance, Reverence. 3 - Buzz Slutzky performance, Clothes Feelings. 4- Juh Weems performance, black pleasure, play and rest as radical

Image collage of performances for Queer Threads: Curious Cabaret : 1 - Armando Lopez-Bircann performance, FemNomNomNom. 2- Moréna Espiritual performance, an ode to the parts of me i wish to mourn. 3- Felli Maynard performance, Primp. 4- Museofire hosts Queer Threads: Curious Cabaret event on Zoom.

Screenshot of Queer Threads: Mending 101 live skill-share event hosted by collective Sew Queer DC.

Image Collage of Artworks by Featured Artists in the Queer Threads: Expanded Voices Artist Talk series hosted by American University’s Fine Art Department & The American University Museum. 1- T.J. Dedeaux-Norris, Nina Simone (Mississippi Goddam, 1968), 2019. 2- Paolo Aaro, Evolving Quilt Project (ongoing). 3- Oliver Herring, Untitled (A Flower for Ethyl Eichelberger), 1991-92, 4- Sheila Pepe, Your Granny's Not Square, 2008, 5- Angela Hennessy, Black Rainbow, 2017.