Queering the Art Classroom Collaborates | 16 - 29 September 2019 | Sutton House
Private View: Friday 20th September 6:00-9:00
Curated by Ruth Dorber
Since 2017, QTAC have worked in London schools with GCSE students to study gender and sexuality through art. Through the application of a pedagogy rooted in queer theory, Queering the Art Classroom explores the possibilities of challenging heteronormativity through art interventions. As such, Queering the Art Classroom aims to beyond the homo-normative inclusion of LGBTQIA+ content, towards a deeper exploration of gender and sexuality.
In June 2019 we held an exhibition of GCSE art students work at the National Trust's Sutton House, displaying the results of their studies with QTAC, and invited six artists to make responses to it.
This exhibition presents new work made by Wayne Lucas, Cosima Cobley Carr, Diana Puntar, Annis Harrison, Ioana Lupascu and Matilda Ellis.
Join us for our private view at Sutton House on Friday 20th September, 6-9.
We are also hosting our reading group on Thursday 26th September, 6-8. Follow this link for tickets.