Charles Long & Theodore Kerr

Charles Long uses print to communicate narratives of remembrance and legacy. For him, material history responds to questions of what happens when individuals, places & spaces are taken away and stand unacknowledged. Long knows art can build capacity to organize for the advancement of liberation.

Theodore (ted) Kerr is a writer, educator and organizer whose work focuses on HIV/AIDS. His texts have appeared in The Village Voice, The Advocate, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Lambda Literary, POZ Magazine and more. He is a founding member of What Would an HIV Doula Do?


May 12, 2018
RAGE IS SUSTAINABLE ONLY WHEN SHARED: a workshop for the angry, and the hopeful!
Education Studio B, Second Floor, Queens Museum
12:30  -  2:00