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Tired Tropes and Stale Stereotypes: LGBTQ representation in media and arts panel Fri. Feb 26

Contributed by Luca Maurer on 02/25/21 

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LGBTQ representation in media and the arts: why is it important? How does it impact LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ professionals? How does it impact everyone who takes in media and the arts?

The Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services presents Tired Tropes and Stale Stereotypes: LGBTQ Representation in Media and Arts Panel on Friday, February 26 from 1:00 to 2:15 p.m. eastern time.

Panelists will share their perspectives on the industry, across media and arts genres, and across orientations and identities.
Register for the zoom webinar here.


Jessie Earl '14 (Cinema & Photo)
Isabel Galupo '14 (Screenwriting)
Calvin Kasulke '13 (TVR)
Ashton Muñiz '14 (Theater Studies)
Stephen Tropiano '84, MASS Professor & Director of IC's LA Program

Moderated by Luca Maurer, Director of the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services at IC.

This event will use the springboard of the documentary “Disclosure” as a jumping off point. It is recommended that you view “Disclosure” prior to this event, but it is not required in order to participate.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation should contact Luca Maurer at or (607) 274-7394 as soon as possible.

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