Exhibits

 Gender Personal does not currently have any exhibits planned for the future. Interested parties should contact Jacqui Beck.

PAST SHOWS:

May 24 to July 12, 2014:
Gender Personal Exhibit at Kirkland Arts Center

 

Kirkland Arts CenterKirkland Arts Center Tel. (425) 822-7161
620 Market Street, Kirkland 98033. (map)

Opening Night and Reception: Friday, May 23, 6-8:30 p.m.
Introduction of the artist Jacqui Beck, other project members, and staff of the Kirkland Arts Center, which promotes artistic mastery and public participation in the visual arts.

Presentation: Saturday, June 7, 7-9 p.m.
Artist Jacqui Beck spoke about the project, accompanied by slides and audio recordings. Special guests participated in a discussion of gender variance. Q&A followed, with refreshments provided. This was a free event.

Jacqui Beck presents at the opening of Gender Personal, Kirkland Arts Center.

Jacqui Beck presents at the opening of Gender Personal,
Kirkland Arts Center. Click for larger image.


Visitors, opening night.

Visitors, opening night. Click for larger version.



View more photos from the Kirkland Arts Center show.


August 15-17, 2014:
Gender Personal at the August Gender Odyssey Conference

genderOdysseyLogo180x180WA State Convention Center
800 Convention Place, Seattle 98101
Directions and parking information.

GENDEREVOLUTION: Art at Gender Odyssey 2014
The art and poetry of the Gender Personal project was exhibited, as well as gender-related photography by two internationally renowned photographers.

Art Reception & Cocktail Party: Friday, August 15, 7-10 pm
This provided an opportunity to experience the art, poetry, and interviews of Gender Personal. Hors d’oeuveres were provided by Ingersoll Gender Center and Framesmith. Admission was free, even if you’re not registered for the conference.

Presentation: Saturday, August 16, 12:45 – 2:15, WSCC, Room 607
Jacqui gave a presentation about the Gender Personal project: an opportunity to  learn about the project, to hear audio excerpts from the interviews, and to view slides of Jacqui’s artwork and photographs by Marc Hoffman. The presentation included an open discussion. Free. General public welcome.