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On the weekend of August 18 - 20, 2017 BOFFO will present its annual Fire Island Performance Festival: a weekend of dance, performance, and music responding to the island’s unique social and geographic context. BOFFO’s third iteration of the Performance Festival is dedicated to continuing the dialogue amongst generations in the queer community. Particularly, we have chosen artists that highlight pride in gay, lesbian, and trans history by reinventing art forms that are integral to queer culture. The artists participating in this program have demonstrated strong interests in engaging queer communities as audiences, as well as points of inspiration: What does it mean to create a work of art "for" a queer community? What does that community look like? How are queer communities evolving in response to the current political climate? Building from these questions, through the performances, we seek to create dialogue around and highlight underrepresented voices.
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Through drawing, Katz first denotes that which he finds provocative. Then he builds upon his sketched lines through more steps that both enlarge and refine the line. The exhibition in the East Gallery is composed of cartoons and drawings, guest curated by Michael Klein. The West Gallery features a selection of related prints and paintings.
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This exciting exhibition represents 16 artists from Argentina, Brazil, Columbia and Venezuela that explore current artistic, political and cultural discourses taking place in South America. Curated by Christopher Grimes of Los Angeles, the show will also consider the idea of South America as a forgotten continent (as the title suggests) within the context of the Western art world, and how issues are still formed, shaped and processed through a colonial history.