Sunday, October 19, 2014 to Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Alonso Family Room - Multicultural Center at The Ohio State University
The Visibility Project is a photo portrait series and video/oral history collection dedicated to the Queer Asian American Women and Trans* community. It’s inclusive to South Asian, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islanders, East Asians, and mixed Asian Americans who identify as trans* or queer women. This intergenerational project embraces the intersections of being Queer and Asian. It ensures that queer stories are represented in Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities and that AAPIs are represented in LGBTQ communities.
For more information on the Visibility Project, please check out: http://www.visibilityproject.org/
Mia Nakano, the Project Director, photographer, filmmaker, and founding LGBTQ editor of Hyphen magazine; is looking to interview 10-15 people in Columbus, who are from all around the state. To participate in the photo shoot/interview, please reserve your time slot here:
Tell us your story. Help us make API LBTQ experiences and lives in Ohio more visible.
Artist’s Lecture/Photo Exhibit
Please join us for the opening of the exhibit with Mia Nakano. This event is free and open to the campus and Central Ohio community.
Tuesday, 10/21/14 - 6:00pm-7:30pm
Location: Alonso Family Room - Multicultural Center at The Ohio State University
Co-sponsored by: OSU Asian American Studies, Sexuality Studies, and the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies