Navigating the Intersection Film Festival & Panel
Saturday, February 8 from 12–10:30pm
MECA&D, Porteous, Osher Hall, Second floor
Free and open to the public
Navigating the Intersection takes place February 8th, 2020 from 12pm-10:30 pm in Osher Hall at Maine College of Art & Design. The night is dedicated to the exploration of the intersection between gender identity, sexuality, and race within a historical and contemporary context. Some of the media that will be screened include Paris is Burning (1990), Tangerine (2015), Moonlight (2016), and more. Join us in expanding the conversation beyond what we know to explore the intersection of life, race, identity, and circumstance. Please view the film schedule calendar here.
This event is part of Resilience Week at MECA&D (February 7–14, 2020). View the event schedule and details here.