Join us for Daniel Arzola’s first gallery exhibit in Minnesota. Having popularized the term “artivism” (art and activism), Arzola will offer an artist talk on his work to face homophobia and transphobia, break down queer stigma, and confront LGTBQ prejudice through the transformative power of the arts.
Daniel Arzola is a visual artist, Human rights activist and lecturer winner of a Trailblazer Honor Award of Logo TV for its contribution to the LGBTQ community. Daniel Arzola popularized the term “Artivism” being the creator “No Soy Tu Chiste” (I’m Not a Joke), a series of posters with approaches that face homophobia and transphobia, work that was also translated into twenty languages and supported via Twitter by the American singer Madonna.
Read more about Daniel Arzola and his artist talk, and Register for the event here.
The artist talk will be held on campus, but also will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person. Questions? Contact Ashley: firstname.lastname@example.org.