This panel considers canon construction, ideologies of display, institutional activism, and what "normal" looks like today in an attempt to indicate a set of strategies arising out of our commitments to disenfranchised sexual communities and to social justice more broadly.
Chair: Tirza True Latimer (California College of the Arts)
Panelists: Kim Anno (California College of the Arts), Apsara DiQuinzio (U.C. Berkeley Art Museum), Thomas Lax (Studio Museum, Harlem), and Jeannine Tang (Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College)
This panel was part of the 2013 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels. This event was video taped by Todd Schramke.

Links to other panels from 2013 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels
Mining the Archives for a Feminist Pre-History: vimeo.com/61801052
The Artist as Archivist: vimeo.com/61801050
Working With and Through Collections: Curators in Conversation: vimeo.com/61801053
Sex in the Museum: vimeo.com/61801054

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