Artist Carlos Motta shares a piece titled “A Timeline of Queer Migrations” with QT Voices.
James Gabrillo recommends 10 Filipinx tracks to listen to this summer.
by Rommy Torrico Most of my sentiment throughout the process of creating this piece was urgency and raw, powerful emotion. I realized it was necessary for me to reach beyond ache in order to truly uplift our divine trans siblings; those with us, those detained and those watching over us, and depict a… read more
© Felipe Baeza, courtesy Maureen Paley, London Felipe Baeza utilizes art as a tool to create political spaces. He primarily works on paper and incorporates different techniques via collage and de-collage. He also utilizes his own biography to reflect and explore the persistent effects of social institutions and cultural practices on the individual. He completed… read more
by Myisha Arellanus This painting is meant to reflect the huge risks and efforts that undocumented youth took in order to achieve this very impermanent sense of protection we know as DACA. Among other symbolisms, it also serves to remind those of us who benefit from DACA that the entire immigrant community continues to be… read more
Poem from Amy Marvin.
siri gurudev performs several poems about storytelling, futurity, and healing from their documentary Salir del clóset. Queer Trauma / Queer Love.
KB’s poems reflect on family, relationships, the pandemic, and place.
View several dances by Khorii Tinson, a movement artist, performer, and choreographer.
In this piece Libby Carr interviews Khorii Tinson, a recent UT graduate, dancer, and choreographer.