SOUTHERN QUEER REPRESENTATION IN ARTS & MEDIA”

A Panel Discussion

Panelists:
Corian Ellisor (performance artist and drag mother at Marys)
Jody Fausett (Idea Capital, Atlanta Artist)
Kristina Brown (GloATL)
Leo Hollen Jr (filmmaker, co creator of Queer Moxie)
Theresa Davis (Atlanta spoken word artist)
Zaida J (Associate Editor @ WUSSY)

Topics:
What is the Southern+Queer narrative? How is it defined?
The importance of the SQ narrative
The current state of SQ representation
Current SQ artists making an impact
A future for inclusivity and how do we get there

Featured Readers
Anna Jones
Ming Vase-Dynasty
Danielle Wood
T K Haile
Ami Le
Theresa Davis
Carmen Laughlin
Nicholas Goodly

The Fight Issue will be available on site to purchase for $15. 

Bio

Wussy Mag

WUSSY is a Southern + Queer magazine based in Atlanta, encouraging the discussion of politics, art, and expression from the perspective of Southern queers. Founded in May 2015, WUSSY has garnered a dedicated following of readers, who look to us for a curated, singular, queer-centric point-of-view.


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