A Space for Artistic Expression and Dialogue

Color image of an empty space. There is multiple art pieces on the wall from the Queer State of Mind Exhibition. Many chairs are against the wall and set up in rows facing the same direction.

The FlexSpace is a gallery and general hub for many communities to meet and interact with each other. The space is available for a variety of uses including project team meetings, seminars, private interviews, audio and video recordings, brainstorming sessions, idea displays, organization meetings, and more. The space can be used informally by individuals throughout the day.

*Located in room 183 of the Behavioral Sciences Building, close to the Harrison Street entrance.

Queer State of Mind

Queer State of Mind was created by and for the Gender and Sexuality Center and the communities it serves. All of the pieces in the exhibition were made in the Center by students who have engaged over the years. This is the first time the GSC displayed this amount of art from the archives. In order to be relevant with current museums and other exhibitions, the space includes a participatory installation that invites guests to add their own creative elements to the walls as they answer the question: What’s YOUR state of mind?

Queer State of Mind

Highly (In)Visible

This exhibition is very timely as it represents two very important themes that many LGBTQIA+ people encounter: visibility and invisibility. The erasure of our identities by institutions and systems of oppression has always been a struggle. May the vibrant colors, abstract images, and creative expression lift you up, prompt questions and interpretations that are as varied as our own identities.

Highly (In)Visible