Visualizing Queer Memory

ART 492-1001 Wednesday, 7-945 pm

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Art 492:Visualizing Queer Memory is a special topics, individualized study seminar course that meets once weekly on Wednesday evenings. This course offers opportunities to engage in primary research and hands-on collaborative curatorial work in preparation for a ground-breaking art exhibition of Queer art in University Galleries.

What's this course about?

What is Queer memory? How do we remember queerly? What does it mean to queer memory? Who holds Queer memory? How is Queer memory made visual by artists? These questions and more will foreground our research and focus our attention as we engage readings, curate art, and chart new waters in this emerging area of Queer Studies.

No Pre-Reqs Required, No Arts Experience Needed

For more information contact Paul Baker Prindle at