Celebrating queer experiences that emerge from transactional creative exchanges, the artists in TRANSACTIONS define, refine, redefine, exult themselves today for the (a)genders of tomorrow, linking communities and challenging ideas of authenticity, allyship, belonging and being.
Featuring photographs and video works from CUAG’s collection, genderhow? exposes and critiques traditional notions of how masculinities and femininities are performed. The exhibition aims to question, challenge, and dismantle how we understand, experience, and embrace intersectional gender identities and expressions.
This fourth edition of the Carleton Community Art Exhibition marks Carleton’s 75th and CUAG’s 25th anniversaries by celebrating art made by Carleton students, staff, faculty, alumni, and retirees. The exhibition presents a diverse and exciting range of art including painting, photography, sculpture, textile arts, drawings, and prints. Join CUAG in saluting campus creativity!
Monday, 23 January 2017, 12:00 p.m.