Youth Peer Education Producers Showcase
We are proud to present the Youth Peer Education Producers Showcase, a virtual gallery featuring artwork by nine LGBTQA+ youth leaders from The Center. The works that they have created and installed touch on a number of critical topics including mental health, racism and colorism, gender identity, harassment and assault, societal pressure, and suicidality. These topics, all of which are important to and impact our broader youth community, reflect the discussions that these nine leaders facilitate among their peers as part of their roles in Center Youth.
Tune in to the opening discussion on April 19 at 5:30 p.m. ET, and hear from the youth leaders themselves as they discuss their works and lead a tour of the various pieces of visual art, digital media, video, collage, and poetry contained within the virtual gallery.
ABOUT CENTER YOUTH
With the goal of creating a community of inclusion, Center Youth exists to provide LGBTQ+ young people and allies (ages 13–22) with support to foster healthy development in a safe, affirming, sex-positive environment. Center Youth leaders create projects that give life to their thoughts, experiences, and visions of the world around them.
On view Monday, April 19-July 2021
Gallery Tour & Discussion
Monday, April 19, 5:30-6:30 p.m. ET