Queer & Brown in Steeltown is a podcast started by Rodriguez and Moor in 2012. It originated from conversations about what living in Pittsburgh (aka Steeltown) is like for queer people of color. During this time, Pittsburgh was gaining the reputation as being the most livable city in the country while simultaneously being one of the whitest metropolitan areas and having an incredibly high poverty rate among African Americans. They couldn’t help but wonder: livable for who?
The Warhol’s Voices program is an ongoing series of public dialogues and gallery talks by various scholars, community activists and artists. These programs provide context and spark dialogue about the issues raised in the museum’s exhibitions. During the Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Caldwell Linker exhibitions, Voices will present a diverse range of speakers discussing lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and transgender (LGBQT) themes related to these exhibitions.
Please note that this event begins in the 4th floor galleries.
Saturday August 24, 2013 2pm
Fourth Floor Galleries
The Andy Warhol Museum
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