Panel Discussion: Vulnerability and the LGBTQ Community

MoCP

Panel Discussion: Vulnerability and the LGBTQ Community

This panel will be moderated by Vanessa Sheridan, Director of Transgender Relations and Community Engagement at the Center on Halsted, and will feature exhibiting artists Jess T. Dugan and Lorenzo Triburgo, as well as Dr. Vanessa Fabbre, Assistant Professor at the Brown School and Affiliate Faculty in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. The panel will take place at the museum and will use the photography of Dugan and Triburgo currently on view as jumping off points for a larger conversation about the vulnerability of LGBTQ populations.

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