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On the Axis: Days of Discourse

Nov 6 – 7, 2021

Cleveland, USA
moCa Cleveland and the Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center (JDBCAC)


moCa Cleveland
11400 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106

Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center (JDBCAC)
2800 Archwood Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44109

 

As part of Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A., curated by C. Ondine Chavoya and David Evans Frantz, at moCa Cleveland, the museum has organized a weekend of programs in partnership with the Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center (JDBCAC). Over the course of the two days of programming, delve deeper into Axis Mundo through curator and artist-led workshops and tours at moCa Cleveland and JDBCAC. Explore themes central to the practices of artists featured in the exhibition: collaborative making, zine and DIY culture, links between fashion and art, among others.

Saturday, November 6, at moCa

12-1:30PM
Tour of Axis Mundo with the artists and curators.

2-3PM
Collaborative workshop with artist Joey Terrill.

Facilitated by artist Joey Terrill, this workshop underscores the importance of collaboration within DIY art scenes. Participants will engage in an exquisite corpse workshop while Terrill leads a discussion about collaborative practices.

3-5PM
Publication launch party.

Celebrate the relationship between zines and DIY culture with the launch of BOUND by Mail and the reissue of Joey’s publication, Homeboy Beautiful.

Attendance is limited. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early.

Click here to register for November 6th.


Sunday, November 7, JDBCAC

11-12:30PM
Fashion workshop with artists Jef Huereque and Joey Terrill.

Jef Huereque and Joey Terrill facilitate a workshop that celebrates self-expression through fashion.

1-3PM
Lunch and learn.

Enjoy an afternoon snack and learn about the practices of local artists. JDBCAC invites select artists to share brief presentations about their work to Axis Mundo curators, artists, and the public.

Attendance is limited to 25 guests.

Click here to register for November 7th.

Presenters
C. Ondine Chavoya

C. Ondine Chavoya is Professor of Art History and Latina/o Studies at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

David Evans Frantz

David Evans Frantz is a curator based in Los Angeles. He is currently a Collections Research Specialist at the Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts.

Joey Terrill

Joey Terrill is an artist living and working in Los Angeles, California.