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Thursday
22
MAR

Queer Art-Making in a Mining Town

19:00
17:00
The Open Studio
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Queer Art-Making in a Mining Town presented in collaboration with the Fifth Biennial Rainbow Health Ontario Conference: Because LGBTQ2S Health Matters
March 22 – 24, 2018 at Open Studio | Cambrian College
Opening reception with short panel discussion: Thurs, March 22, 7 pm

Queer Art-Making in a Mining Town is a non-juried art exhibition and coincides with Rainbow Health’s Ontario provincial conference and held in Sudbury from March 21 – March 24, 2018. Queer Art-Making in a Mining Town will highlight artists in the LGBTQ+ community and/or work and/or have the theme of LGBTQ+ people in Northern Ontario. Artists include: Jillian Ashick-Stinson, Taynia Bedard, Rowan Bell-Marusich, Vincent Bolt, Aédan Daniel Charest, Roni Garrard, Emmett Giroux, Faust Lutte, Syn Scully, Dylan St-Georges, and members of Myths and Mirrors Artistes Trans Artistry.

Special thanks to our funders: PRIDE@LU/FIERTÉ@L’UL, Centre de santé communautaire du Grand Sudbury, Studio 123, Downtown Sudbury.

Exposition ‘Quand on fait de l’art queer dans une ville minière’. Présentée en collaboration avec la cinquième conférence biennale Santé arc-en-ciel Ontario ‘Car la santé LGBTQ2S, ça compte!’

22 au 24 mars, 2018 Open Studio │Cambrian College
Vernissage suivi d’une discussion informelle : le jeudi 22 mars à 19h
Un évènement sans alcool. Un léger goûter sera servi.

Vernissage : jeudi 22 mars à 19h
Date de l’exposition : 22 au 24 mars, 2018

Quand on fait de l’art queer dans une ville minière est un projet collectif entre l’Open Studio du collège Cambrian, les Arts communautaires Myths and Mirrors, Sudbury Indie Cinema Downtown, TG Innerselves, le Centre de santé communautaire du Grand Sudbury, et Santé Arc-en-ciel Ontario.

Nous remercions nos commanditaires : PRIDE@LU/FIERTÉ@L’UL, le Centre de santé communautaire du Grand Sudbury, Studio 123, et Downtown Sudbury.