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Black Queer Masculinities in Modern and Contemporary Film: A Conversation

November 17 at 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

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Isaac Jean-François, Yale University, in a conversation with Richard Montañez, Art History and Museum Professions ’22, on the short film Tongues Untied (1989) by Marlon Riggs, winner of a 1987 Emmy Award. Jean-François and Montañez will explore Black and Brown queer identities and their experiences of silence, rejection, community, and self-acceptance.

FIT faculty, students, and staff are encouraged to watch the short movie before via Kanopy (you can log in via your FIT account). The program is supported by the FIT Department of History of Art.

This hybrid event is free and open to the public; an in-person portion will be held on campus in Room B819, so registration in limited; contact John Paul Jang to register. 

 

Details

Date:
November 17
Time:
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
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Venue

Business and Liberal Arts Center, Room B819
Fashion Institute of Technology, 227 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001 United States
Phone:
(212) 217-7999
Website:
fitnyc.edu

Organizer

Alexander Nagel
Phone:
(212) 217-4642
Email:
alexander_nagel@fitnyc.edu
Website:
fitnyc.edu/history-of-art/faculty/alexander-nagel.php