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Gallery: May Is All About Trans Art Exhibition

An exhibition featuring 30 pieces of art from a diverse and talented group of 15 area artists

Dorian Blue, of Blueboy Photography (they-them _ he-him)

This year’s month of programming celebrating D.C.’s transgender community, launched by Trans Pride founder SaVanna Wanzer, introduces an exhibition featuring 30 pieces of art from a diverse and talented group of 15 area artists identifying as transgender, non-binary, genderfluid, Two-Spirit, and/or agender.

The show features works by Alex Ramirez, Ameirah Neal, Autumn Towne, Dorian Blue, Edith Flores, Kay Wrenn, Sir Max Even, Molly Stratton, Nona Conner, Star Bennett from Check It Enterprises, and Zayn Thiam, plus Ahanu, Alexa Elizabeth Rodriguez, Kariwase Duprey, and Xemi Tapepechul from the Nelwat Ishkamewe Two-Spirit Art Collective.

On display through June 14. Westminster Presbyterian, 400 I St. SW. Call 202-484-7700 or visit www.mayistransdc.com.

Ahanu (they-them) – We Still Feel

Molly Stratton (he-him) – Be Gay, Get Old

Edith Flores (they-them) – Bloom: Florecer, and Holy Santx


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Doug Rule covers the arts, theater, music, food, nightlife and culture as contributing editor for Metro Weekly. Follow him on Twitter @ruleonwriting.

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