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Upcoming Event School of Drag 2021 Performance

A young drag queen wearing all black with a long black wig and exaggerated makeup, pictured from the waist up. She is holding a folded fan in her right hand as she sings. A pink colored light shines on her while standing in front of dark blue stage curtains.

Photo by Sean Carroll

Join us for the School of Drag 2021 finale, a showcase featuring performances from our School of Drag students and instructors.

The Warhol’s School of Drag teaches teens the history, culture, and practice of drag and gender-bending performance over the course of a seven-week program. Warhol pioneered the representation of gender nonconformity and the use of drag queens in both his film and other artworks and embraced this LGBTQ+ community cultural practice as an avenue of creative expression.

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