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Community Conversation

Community Conversation
Queer Voices: Representation Matters
March 7 | 6 P.M.
OSU Museum of Art

A panel discussion will dive into the importance of LGBTQIA+ representation, and showcase community voices that are making their mark in art, media history, academia and more.

Milo Miller is an active zine maker, graphic designer and digital archivist. They are one of the co-founders of the Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP).
Angie Piehl is an OSU associate professor of painting, drawing and digital art. She is also vice president of the OSU Employee Queers & Allies League (EQuAL).
Savannah Waters
is a grad student at the University of Central Oklahoma in American Indian HIstory with the focus of gender and sexuality in Native America.
Andre Durham is the founder and director of Payne County Pride and hosts his own podcast "Our Queer Experience."
Angus Henderson is a recent graduate of the OSU Art History Program, currently interning at the Edmon Low Library Oral History Research Project to collect OSU LGBTQIA+ histories