Trans Hirstory in 99 Objects Variety Show Extravaganza, Thursday, Jan. 18, 5pm PT

Trans Hirstory in 99 Objects Variety Show Extravaganza, Thursday, Jan. 18, 5pm PT

The Museum of Trans Hirstory and Art (MOTHA), the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, and Stanford Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies present an evening of performance, discussion, music, and readings to celebrate the release of the book Trans Hirstory in 99 Objects. Surveying over three centuries, the book brings together over 100 contributors to create a capacious selection of artworks, archival documents, publications, and artifacts about trans life. It is a continuation of MOTHA, a larger artistic project by artist Chris E. Vargas and a museum forever “under construction” that exists without a building or a board of directors but takes on selective functions of an institution.

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All public programs produced by the Cantor Arts Center are always free! Space for this program is limited; advance registration is recommended. Those who have registered will have priority for seating.

Image courtesy of the Museum of Trans Hirstory & Art (MOTHA). Artwork by Edie Fake.

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