TengChao Zhou, a 2nd-year MFA student at DMA, will discuss his MFA thesis project in a talk titled "Archiving Gay Chinese Literature as Generative Art on the Blockchain" at the upcoming UCLA Q-Grad: Queer Graduate Student Research Conference.
Q Scholars and the Program in LGBTQ Studies is proud to present the 2023 annual Q Grad Conference, to be held in person in Royce Hall on May 19, 2023. This year’s conference theme is New Coalitions, a theme which speaks to the rich new forms of coalitional thought and practice emerging in our complex 21st-century world. The day’s varied assortment of graduate student-led panels includes discussions of suturing borders, scrambling archives, trusting spaces, the aesthetics of solidarity, and emerging conceptions of care, to name a few. The day-long conference will run from 8:15am to 5:30pm, followed by a reception in the Fowler Museum Courtyard. All conference presentations will take place on the third floor of Royce Hall, in rooms 306 and 314. To register for the conference, please fill out this Google form; once you’re registered, you’ll receive updates with a full schedule of panels and other events, including some performances.
Royce Hall 306, UCLA