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AGING FIERCELY WHILE TRANS was inspired by the art, activism, and life of Chloe Dzubilo, who passed away in 2011. Although Chloe is no longer with us, it is clear to those who love her and the organizers of this event that she would be among the growing intergenerational dialogue of trans lives and legacies.
AGING FIERCELY WHILE TRANS was coordinated in conjunction with the second publication of Visual AIDS' DUETS series, Che Gossett & Alice O'Malley in Conversation on Chloe Dzubilo (2014), which features a conversation between Che Gossett and Alice O'Malley about the art, activism and life of Chloe Dzubilo. DUETS is a series of publications that pairs artists, activists, writers, and thinkers in dialogues about their creative practices and current social issues around HIV/AIDS.
The NYC Trans Oral History Project is a community archive devoted to the collection, preservation and sharing of trans histories.
This program was supported by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.
Event Photographs by Maia Paroginog unless otherwise indicated.
Amidst ongoing violence and increased visibility for the trans community is the truth of the importance of trans lives. Tourmaline moderates the panel at AGING FIERCELY WHILE TRANS.