“Beyond The Rainbow: More Than Single Issue Lives", Queer & Trans Artists Of Color Keynote Panel

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“Beyond The Rainbow: More Than Single Issue Lives", Queer & Trans Artists of Color Keynote Panel

Join us for a panel of Queer & Trans Artist of Color. Featuring Angélica Becerra , Amir Rabiyah and Mar Pascual

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Angélica Becerra is a visual artist, fourth year PhD student and inaugural cohort member in the Cesar E. Chavez department of Chicana and Chicano Studies at UCLA. Born and raised in Jalisco, Mexico until the age of ten, and thereafter as an immigrant in the city of Los Angeles, this bicultural upbringing has deeply influenced her interests in Chicana/o cultural studies and the influence of geography on art-making, as well as the relationship between the U.S./Mexico border and the ways in which Chicana/o cultural workers choose to engage social justice. Angélica’s interests lie in the formation of Chicana/o identity through international art practice. Her artistic work (found at angelicabecerra.bigcartel.com) focuses on the intersections of feminism, Chicana art and reclaiming iconography for the aim of social justice and movement building.


Amir Rabiyah is a queer, trans, mixed race, disabled, poet and educator currently living in San Diego, California. Amir's work has been published in Flicker and Spark: A Contemporary Queer Anthology of Spoken Word and Poetry, Enizagam, Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, the Asian American Literary Review, Kweli Journal, Sukoon, Collective Brightness: LGBTIQ Poets on Faith, Religion and Spirituality and more. Amir is the co-editor of Writing the Walls Down: A Convergence of LGBTQ Voices, published by Trans-Genre Press in October of 2015.Check out Amirs work at: www.amirrabiyah.com


Mar Pascual is a Filipinx, non-binary, queer, traumatized, fat, femme inter-disciplinary art maker living in California. They received their BA in Art from California State University, Northridge. Their work explores themes that center decolonization, gender non-conformity and fluidity, intimacy, living with mental illness, and trauma. They work in several mediums, but writing, collage, and zine-making are their current practices. To check out Mar’s work: mar-pascual.com

ACCESSIBILITY INFO:
Our center tries to make our events as accessible as possible. Please let us know if there are any accommodations that can meet your accessibility needs. You may contact mpgomez@ucsd.edu and (858)822-3493 with questions.

While this space is not designated a scent-free space, please be mindful of the impact that chemical scents and fragrances may have of people in our community with chemical/fragrance sensitivities.

The event will take place in a room located on the first floor with no steps. There is a gender inclusive restroom located next to the room of our event.
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