Richard Fung in a roundtable discussion on Queering Family Photography


Join renowned artist Sunil Gupta (UK), acclaimed filmmaker Richard Fung (Canada) and prominent Two-Spirited activist Albert McLeod in conversation with co-curators Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu for a roundtable discussion on the occasion of the Queering Family Photography and Friends and Lovers

 
DateThursday, April 26, 2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

A free public event

Website

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Location

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room Toronto, ON

Queering Family Photography 

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room

Thursday April 26, 5-7pm

A free public event

Join renowned artist Sunil Gupta (UK), acclaimed filmmaker Richard Fung (Canada) and prominent Two-Spirited activist Albert McLeod in conversation with co-curators Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu for a roundtable discussion on the occasion of the Queering Family Photography and Friends and Lovers, on view at the Stephen Bulger Gallery 1356 Dundas St W, Toronto as a featured exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Upcoming Events

familycameranetwork.org

THE FAMILY CAMERA NETWORK is a partnership that explores the relationship between family photography and the idea of family. We are launching a community archive project that will collect family photographs and their stories.



poster for Queering Family Photography roundtable event
DateThursday, April 26, 2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

A free public event

Website

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Location

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room Toronto, ON

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Queering Family Photography 

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room

Thursday April 26, 5-7pm

A free public event

Join renowned artist Sunil Gupta (UK), acclaimed filmmaker Richard Fung (Canada) and prominent Two-Spirited activist Albert McLeod in conversation with co-curators Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu for a roundtable discussion on the occasion of the Queering Family Photography and Friends and Lovers, on view at the Stephen Bulger Gallery 1356 Dundas St W, Toronto as a featured exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Upcoming Events

familycameranetwork.org

THE FAMILY CAMERA NETWORK is a partnership that explores the relationship between family photography and the idea of family. We are launching a community archive project that will collect family photographs and their stories.

Venue & Address: 
University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room Toronto, ON
Website: 
http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/
Cost: 
A free public event
poster for Queering Family Photography roundtable event
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