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Join Weiwen Balter, Manager of School Communities at the Walters, and Jamie Grace Alexander, Baltimore artist and activist, as they discuss nuance in complex histories around feminism and activism and what abolition means in the art world, in conversation with artworks from the Walters collection.
Queering the Collection is an in-gallery program series that invites queer-identifying perspectives to participate in a conversation that connects art-historical and artistic knowledge about works in our collection. Speakers discuss works of art in our galleries followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
About the Artist:
Jamie Grace Alexander is a multidisciplinary transgender changemaker in Maryland. She has been involved in many of the pro-LGBT policy changes in Maryland over the past five years, from adding an X option to state IDs to increasing access to gender-affirming care. From her past curatorial work, founding the GenderMuseum, an online page dedicated to diversity in gender expression, to her current musical endeavor BLKVAPOR, a black queer noise rock mitochondria, she seeks to liberate her community with all the tools she can use.
Photo: Black Lens Photo.