Posts Tagged: Art AIDS America

About Face

Daddy I Would Love to Dance, 2008, Acrylic on canvas, 78 x 78 in. Courtesy of the artist. VoCA. About Face.

This week’s contributing writer, Jonathan D. Katz, is an activist academic who was the first American be tenured in what was then called Lesbian and Gay Studies and chaired the first such department in the US, and subsequently the first in the Ivy League. A pioneering scholar working at the intersection of art and sexuality,… Read more »

The Wojnarowicz Challenge: Part III

VoCA, Wojnarowicz, contemporary art

This week’s contributing blogger, Maria Bastos-Stanek, was the VoCA summer 2017 intern. Bastos-Stanek graduated with a B.A. in the History of Art and Architecture from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in May 2017.   Launched in 2017 out of the Artists Archive Initiative at New York University, the David Wojnarowicz Knowledge Base serves as an interpretive… Read more »