Elysia Crampton: Queer Indigenous Deities
Thursday, February 1, 1:30pm
LGBT Resource Center (WG-89)
“My life is a process of generating hope—or something like hope.”
– Elysia Crampton
Elysia Crampton is an Aymara trans woman artist, musician, and poet based in northern California, and is unarguably one of the most important voices in contemporary electronic music.
Elysia will be sharing her work as she has created space for electronic, queer indigenous bodies to flourish.
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This event is co-sponsored by: Women’s Resources Center; Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latinx Studies; and the LGBT Resource Center.
[Image of Aymara Trans Artist looking into camera. Text reads “A Conversation with Aymara Trans Electronic Musician Elysia Crampton. Thursday,Feburary 1, 2018 at1:30pm at the LGBT Resource Center, Student Union WG-89. Sponsored by Latin American,Caribbean and U.S. Latinx Studies, LGBT Resource Center and Women’s Resource Center.]