Call For Submissions: Living Queer Icons


The Peer Wellness Educators are a diverse team of students at the OCADU Health and Wellness Centre who have come together to install a series of portraits that celebrate living queer icons.

 
DateTuesday, June 11, 2019 - 4:15pm to Monday, June 24, 2019 - 12:00am

Email

amclaren@ocadu.ca

Location

Health & Wellness Centre, 230 Richmond W.

PDF icon submission guidelines

The Peer Wellness Educators are a diverse team of students at the OCADU Health and Wellness Centre who have come together to install a series of portraits that celebrate living queer icons.

queer:

an orientation, identity, and a sense of community that challenges the societal normalization of heterosexuality, gender identity & gender expression*

Submission Requirements:
-All submissions must feature a living queer icon.
-Swearing and profane language is to be used responsibly and purposefully. No slurs will be tolerated.
-Ideas and work should not perpetuate existing assumptions, generalisations, stereotypes & stigma.
-Submissions must celebrate individuals living with disabilities, diversity, gender identity, and the overarching aim of the project.
-Please avoid romanticising substance use and illness.
-Once submitted, artists are consenting to their work being photographed, shared, reproduced, and printed.

*As defined by Peer Wellness Educators at the Health & Wellness Centre.

Please submit portraits to HWC by email under the subject header “Submission Pride” to Alex McLaren at amclaren@ocadu.ca by June 23rd



queer defn
DateTuesday, June 11, 2019 - 4:15pm to Monday, June 24, 2019 - 12:00am

Email

amclaren@ocadu.ca

Website Location

Health & Wellness Centre, 230 Richmond W.

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The Peer Wellness Educators are a diverse team of students at the OCADU Health and Wellness Centre who have come together to install a series of portraits that celebrate living queer icons.

queer:

an orientation, identity, and a sense of community that challenges the societal normalization of heterosexuality, gender identity & gender expression*

Submission Requirements:
-All submissions must feature a living queer icon.
-Swearing and profane language is to be used responsibly and purposefully. No slurs will be tolerated.
-Ideas and work should not perpetuate existing assumptions, generalisations, stereotypes & stigma.
-Submissions must celebrate individuals living with disabilities, diversity, gender identity, and the overarching aim of the project.
-Please avoid romanticising substance use and illness.
-Once submitted, artists are consenting to their work being photographed, shared, reproduced, and printed.

*As defined by Peer Wellness Educators at the Health & Wellness Centre.

Please submit portraits to HWC by email under the subject header “Submission Pride” to Alex McLaren at amclaren@ocadu.ca by June 23rd

Venue & Address: 
Health & Wellness Centre, 230 Richmond W.
Email: 
amclaren@ocadu.ca
queer defn
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