Artists often occupy an intersectional space

Michel Mendy with logoA friend just sent this action call to freeDimensional about an LGBT, Senegalese artist who may be deported from the US.  Artists holding different categories and having their personal lives used against them is a common predicament.  Here’s a blog I wrote on the themes of precarity and intersectionality as they affect queer (and otherwise marginal) artists globally.

On a related note, June 28th is the next application deadline to apply for Queer Arts Mentorship, a program that pairs and supports mentorship between queer working artists in New York City.

And, this just in … Astraea Lesbian Justice Foundation announces Global Arts Fund!

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