Transactivation on KPCC

Thank you to everyone who came to Transactivation last night! Check on this video on KPCC about the event featuring interviews with artists Heather Cassils and Zackary Drucker! More information here.

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This Thursday! “Transactivation: Revealing Queer Histories in the Archive”

Transactivation: Revealing Queer Histories in the Archive

Thursday, March 1, 2012, 6-9pm

ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives

909 West Adams Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90007

 

Do not miss this amazing event! In conjunction with Cruising the Archive, artists Heather Cassils, Zackary Drucker, Wu Tsang and Chris Vargas will present a series of live performances and video projects inspired by the collections at ONE Archives. These artists explore trans content in their multidisciplinary work and are interested in a discussion about LGBTQ archives and the “Ts” and “Qs” often missing from historical records. The performance will be followed by a discussion moderated by Dean Spade, assistant professor at the Seattle University School of Law.

 

Also come to see Catherine Lord’s To Whom It May Concern, in its last week on view at ONE Archives.

 

Presented by Visions and Voices: The USC Arts & Humanities Initiative

Organized by Onya Hogan-Finlay, David Frantz and Mia Locks. co-sponsored by LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)

Upcoming Reception and Panel at the USC Doheny Memorial Library

In celebration of the opening of Cruising the Archive: Queer Worldmaking, the third part of the ONE Archives’ Pacific Standard Time exhibition, the USC Libraries will host a reception on January 24th from 5-7pm at the Doheny Memorial Library Treasure Room. Following the reception, the panel discussion “Queer Aesthetics and Archival Practices” will also be held at the Doheny Library from 7-9pm, addressing the practical and theoretical aspects of “the archive” and its relationship to contemporary art today.  Moderated by Malik Gaines, curator, performance artist and assistant professor of combined media at Hunter College, the panel will feature Ann Cvetkovich, professor of English and women’s and gender studies at the University of Texas at Austin; Catherine Lord, professor of studio art at UC Irvine; and Ulrike Müller, artist and coeditor of the queer feminist art journal LTTR. Both events are free and opening to the public. Hope to see you there!

Doheny Memorial Library
University of Southern California (University Park Campus)
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0185

Opening Reception for Cruising the Archive: Queer Worldmaking
Doheny Memorial Library, Treasure Room
5-7pm

Panel Discussion: Queer Aesthetics and Archival Practices
Doheny Memorial Library, Friends Lecture Hall
7-9pm

The Doheny Memorial Library is located in the center of campus at USC, adjacent to Alumni Park and across from Bovard Auditorium. The closest available public parking is located at Parking Structure 2 (PS2). Enter garage off of Flower Street north of Exposition Boulevard.

The reception for Cruising the Archive: Queer Worldmaking is presented by the USC Libraries. “Queer Aesthetics and Archival Practices” is presented by Visions and Voices: The USC Arts & Humanities Initiative.

Workshop on Graphic Design and Queer Activism for USC Students

Attention USC Students! Please join ONE Archives for this exciting lecture and workshop on the history of queer activism and graphic design by Nate Schulman. No experience in graphic design necessary. Admission is free.

This event is presented by Visions and Voices: The USC Arts & Humanities Initiative and co-sponsored by the Institute for Multimedia Literacy.