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“Gender(s)” Book Launch w/ Kathryn Stockton

The King's English Bookshop proudly presents an evening with University of Utah Distinguished Professor of English and Dean of the School for Cultural & Social Transformation, Kathryn Bond Stockton, who will discuss her new book, Gender(s). Kathryn will be in conversation with Erika George, University of Utah Professor of Law.

Deadline to Apply for Graduation

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Labor Day Holiday

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Reframing the Conversation: Inclusive Histories Matter

Gould Auditorium 295 S Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah

Join Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) for the first iteration of Reframing the Conversation in the 2021-2022 academic year!

Fall Break

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Part Land, Part Sea, All Ancestry: Nuanua x Guma’ Gela’ Fashion Showcase

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art 20 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah

Join the Nuanua Collective as they host Guma’ Gela’ for a night of queer Pasifika glamour! There will be music, poetry, fashion, performances, and more! This event is free and open to all, but you must be on the RSVP list to be admitted, so please be sure to register through the link. Sponsors: UMOCA, […]

Weaving with Guma’ Gela’

Utah Museum of Fine Arts 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah

The queer CHamoru arts collective, Guma' Gela', will be hosting a weaving workshop at the UMFA's Great Hall on Tuesday, October 26, 2021. The collective moves with a mission to cultivate and innovate CHamoru culture through interdisciplinary artistic expression.

Arts & Activism: A Conversation with Guma’ Gela’

Gardner Commons 2950 260 Central Campus Drive, Suite 2950, Salt Lake City, Utah

Members of the queer CHamoru art collective, Guma' Gela', will be hosting a roundtable conversation about Art and Activism in Oceania. Please join us in GC 2950 for their TRANSFORM lecture. Food will be provided. Live streaming on zoom will also be available for those who aren't able to make it in person.