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The Queer Liberation Theory Project seeks to advance the public education and community development work being done in the name of Queer Liberation by resurrecting the principles of the historical Gay Liberation Movement, re-contextualizing them within contemporary queer discourse, translating the findings in theoretical terms, and disseminating them through various accessible multimedia platforms.
Ontario-based activists, academics and artists who engage in queer liberation theory and activism have been interviewed and an oral discussion and feature documentary created for public education and queer community development purposes.
Created by Dr. Nick J. Mulé in collaboration with Queer Ontario through Dissident Voices Productions with funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
This exhibit explores the critical work that queer, trans, and two-spirited family photos do in documenting and creating queer modes of belonging, and how our emotional attachments to queer family photographs have also sustained LGBTQ2+ lives.
Teo kissing her son, Matthew
Gift of Teo Owang
Courtesy of the Family Camera Network and The ArQuives