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9/24/19
“For me, this experience was a reassurance of my future career options,” says Chen, a member of the Stitch Buffalo team, who hopes to launch a social enterprise in her native China after completing her doctorate. “Usually, a PhD student goes into higher education, but I want to seek something else. The whole experience reassured me that I could do it and do it well—with the help of other people.”
8/19/19
Consisting of nearly 500 works, the exhibition About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and New Queer Art, curated by GGS faculty Jonathan D. Katz, opened in Chicago this summer at a new, major museum called Wrightwood 659, designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Tadeo Ando. The largest queer art exhibition ever mounted, it sprawls across all 4 floors of the large building. The artists are trans, female, male, and intersex, as well as African or of African Descent, Indigenous, Asian, and Latinx, and/or some combination of all of these. 
8/2/19
"The art historian and author Elizabeth Otto adds an important chapter to the history of the Bauhaus: that of the queer creative. Her book "Haunted Bauhaus: Occult Spirituality, Gender Fluidity, Queer Identities, and Radical Politics" will be published by MIT press in September." - 100 Years of Bauhaus
8/2/19
Right away, Graduate School of Education school counseling student Joanna Saintil makes it clear she would not be here if it weren’t for GSE faculty member Nathan Daun-Barnett — who fired her from a job she loved.
6/27/19
This year marks the centenary of The Bauhaus School of Design, the flashpoint for the most influential art education movement in the world.

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