QUEER & DISABLED: EXAMINING THE IMAGINATION

Christopher wears a red wardrobe and holds a multi-colored blanket as a cape and performs a superhero move while smiling in front of the camera.

Where do disability and queer identities intersect in our imagination?

In this workshop we explore our childhood queer memories and transform them in figurative language, body movement, costumes, fragrances, make up and vocalizations to evoke a sensory experience and reimagine the queer body. Participants are encouraged to use personal items as creativity enhancers.

The workshop has an emphasis on disabled-queer folks of color but all experiences are welcome.

Photo courtesy of the National Queer Theater.