Fridays on The Patio - Archivo de la Memoria Trans
Don’t miss it!
Tune in for a thought-provoking conversation between Archivo de la Memoria Trans, joining us all the way from Argentina, and our honored guests from the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art. This conversation will be bilingual, in Spanish and English.
Note we start an hour earlier for this special Friday
María Belén Correa is an internationally renowned trans activist from Argentina, co-founder of ATTTA (Asociación de Travestis, Transgéneros y Transexuales de Argentina) one of the most important travesti and trans organizations in Argentina, and the creator in 2014 of Archivo de la Memoria Trans.
Cecilia Estalles Alcón is a visual artist. Since 2004 they have worked and curated art related projects as a tool for social change. Cofounder of M.A.F.I.A. (Movimiento Argentino de Fotógrafxs Independientes Autoconvocadxs). Since 2015 they work as coordinator of AMT.
Catalina Schliebener Muñoz is a Sudamerican, Chilean-born visual artist who works primarily with collage, installation, and murals. Their work draws on images, objects, and narratives associated with childhood and explores gender, sexuality, and class. Their work has been exhibited widely. They received a Queer Artist Fellowship from the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art (2017), and an AIM Fellowship from the Bronx Museum of the Arts (2018). Currently, Schliebener Muñoz is an In Situ Fellow (2022-2024) at Queens Museum, NY. They received a Bachelor of Philosophy and a Bachelor of Visual Arts from the Universidad de Arte y Ciencias Sociales (Santiago-Chile).