top of page
Queer(ing) Art History
Queer(ing) Art History

Fri, Mar 08

|

Brooklyn Pride Center - Crown Heights

Queer(ing) Art History

From Central Park’s Bethesda Foundation to Harlem’s prohibition-era drag balls, New York City is rich with the work of queer artists from the 19th century to now.

Time & Location

5 more dates

Mar 08, 2024, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Brooklyn Pride Center - Crown Heights, 1561 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA

Guests

About the event

In this course, learn about NewYork City’s vital role in queer art history and re-examine existing assumptions about the art history canon through a queer lens. All are welcome! The full course syllabus/outline is available here.

Each week’s topic will be supplemented with art-inspired craft projects and a journal prompt (please bring a journal/paper and pen, phone, or other device).

The final week of class will incorporate a field trip to a local art museum.

It’s recommended that registrants participate in the full 6-week course, but weekly drop-ins are also welcome!

RSVP greatly appreciated. 

For any questions, please reach out to Emily (she/her) at emily@esmithwrites.com.

Share this event

bottom of page