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LGBTQIA Artist Alliance Present A Performance Event Related To The Themes Of Their Latest Exhibition, "Reclamation."


On Friday April 4th, from 6 - 8 PM, the Boston LGBTQIA Artist Alliance will be having a performance event related to the themes of their latest exhibition "Reclamation."

The event will be held at the Male Center in the South End, 571 Columbus Ave (at the intersection of Columbus Ave and Mass Ave).

"Reclamation" is BLAA’s sixth exhibition, honoring International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month. The BLAA presents works thematically pertaining to female subjectivity. Works touch upon, but are not limited to, notions of gender identity, sexual politics, civil rights, socioeconomic status, women and technology, the beauty industry, and the body (from objectification to celebration). Presenting artist's works are blatant and aggressively feminist, or subtly work to elucidate and deconstruct patriarchal culture through myth and metaphor. “Reclamation” contains several unique, distinctive voices that also function as part of a larger collective conversation about female subjectivity in contemporary society.

 Facebook link: www.facebook.com/events/625963567457933
Website link: blaa.us/?tribe_events=reclamation-performance

To learn more about BLAA, please visit http://blaa.us or find us on Facebook under Boston LGBT Artist Alliance.

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