Queer Voices Art Exhibition
Located on the campus of San Joaquin Delta College, Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr Gallery is proud to present Queer Voices, an art exhibition featuring works of art reflecting LGBTQ+ culture. The exhibition runs October 11 through November 2nd, and admission to the Gallery is free and open to the public.
The Gallery will open on October 11 at 5:00 p.m for the Opening Reception. In addition, at 6:00 p.m. Delta Drama students will perform a monologue excerpt from their production of“The Laramie Project,” which shows in its entirety October 19 - 28 in the Studio Theater at Delta Center for the Arts.
The Queer Voices Exhibition is curated by Kirstyn Russell – Professor of Photography and LGBTQ+ Pride Club advisor for San Joaquin Delta College, and Jan Marlese, Horton Art Gallery Director. The exhibition explores LGBTQ+ culture, history, and social constructs to bring greater awareness and understanding of LGBTQ+ culture and expressions of gender identity. Selected artworks have a wide range of content – socially, politically and culturally in representation and perspective – to create an active dialogue to the intersectionality of LGBTQ+ identities. Presenting high quality works of art in a variety of mediums was also key to the selection process. Included are works of ceramic and quilted sculpture, paintings, digital photo-graphy, printmaking, graphic arts, comic art, and video animation.Exhibiting artists are professional artists primarily from the Bay Area, with one artist, Celine M. Pham, from Stockton and a Delta College student.
Celine M. Pham
Queer Ancestors Project
Joey Alison Sayers