Queer Art Showcase: Prismatic
Join us for the Prismatic Exhibition opening. Be the first to view the art, and meet & mingle with the artists! refreshments will be available for purchase. All art openings are free and open to the public.
Light and shadow work in tandem to illuminate and define the world around us, and yet, when we look closer we can observe that light contains infinitely more than meets the eye. Much like our personhood, something that is so easily split into categories actually bursts forth with infinite potential.
This is the impetus for Prismatic, an exhibition celebrating the queer community across the Front Range for Pride month, most often celebrated in June. This exhibition was curated along a simple idea that allowed breadth for personal interpretation: color and space.
Often confined to queer art showcases, gay rights exhibitions, queer material or sexuality-themed shows, The Dairy intentionally called artists who identify within the LGBTQIA+ community to display the layers of richness within their own personal practices’ with the only qualification being color. Some artists choose to dive deep within their sexuality and unearth injustices present within our current political climate, while other artists choose to meditate on the land, exploring materials and creatures that connect with the human experience.