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Exhibition hours are Thursday–Sunday, 12–6pm, or by APPOINTMENT. Admission is free.

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ELYSIA CRAMPTON

A Talk and Performance
Saturday, June 6, 9pm
$12—TICKETS (Free to MEMBERS)

Elysia Crampton, a producer from Virginia, will give a talk and perform her new compositions and some pieces she recorded as E+E.

Crampton’s “transvangelical” talk, entitled “Shade Ecology: On What it Means To Be Invisible”” will get into how the transgender rights movement intersects with queer ontology, material feminism, and indigenous studies, among other things.