Join us on March 31, 2022, as this Q21 session discusses the art of drag performance in all its resilient and transcending forms! While drag is having its mainstream moment, this discussion will be looking at the histories, the modern legacies, and ways we can honour the roots of drag.
How is the mainstreaming of drag helping or hindering fights for gender liberation and justice? What relevance does drag have for 2SLGBTQ+ communities today? How does drag impact each of us in our every day? This session will also spotlight Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) artists and voices, as well as expanding on how to respectfully enter the field. Additionally, we are so honored to have Tugs Cuchina (they/them) join us during this discussion!
Tugs Cuchina (Cheyenne Mihko Kihêw – they/them) is a novice Two-Spirit drag artist from amiskwacîwâskahikan. Tugs came to life at the 34th International Two-Spirit Gathering at Mêtis Crossing in August 2021. Through drag, they aim to uplift Indigenous voices while bringing much needed awareness to social justice issues faced by Indigenous communities. They are still very new to drag as an artform, but it has been an exciting way of exploring their creativity and gender as a Two-Spirit person and artist.
We can't wait to see you on March 31, 2022 at 3pm!
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