This documentary highlights the work and history of the Krewe of Armeinius. Screening hosted by Oxford Film Festival.
This event will pit established and up-and-coming writers in literary battle. The audience will help decide who will take home the crown in this competitive circus of hilarious events inspired by some of our favorite LGBTQ+ literary icons. In recognition of LGBTQ History Month and Sarahfest.
UM Music Professor Nancy Maria Balach will perform a recital that is focused on women’s stories, experiences, and empowerment. The self-reflective program will incorporate various genres of music by established and up and coming composers. Nancy Maria will be sharing the stage with pianist Amanda Johnston and other outstanding musicians. A reception will follow.
In this lecture. Dr. Michael Bibler (English ~ LSU) will discuss RuPaul’s early career and her creation of the personas Starrbooty and Miss Rachel Tensions, who both inhabited spaces that took white constructions of black respectability literally. He will also discuss early controversy about whether Ru’s drag was “black enough” to contemporary controversies about trans identity.
Local musician Mattie Thrasher and band And the Echo headline a concert at Proud Larry’s to celebrate LGBTQ History Month.