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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Free Elders Bus to BMA’s ‘Queer Interiors,’ July 27th

Curators of queer design, Jaimes Mayhew and Rahne Alexander Curators of queer design, Jaimes Mayhew and Rahne Alexander credit: Jill Fannon

Up in years and care to see the exhibit “Queer Interiors” at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) on Thursday, July 27th, from 11 am to 1 pm? You’re in luck. The LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care has partnered with Action In Maturity (AIM) to provide transportation for LGBT elders to the exhibit.

“Queer Interiors” is part of the BMA’s Commons Collaboration initiative, which commissions an artist and non-profit to work together on an installation and offer a series of public programs related to “Imagining Home.”

The project, conceived and produced by Rahne Alexander and Jaimes Mayhew, is comprised of larger-than-life bed, shelving, and other furnishings, along with personal artifacts, and a multimedia wall quilt– homage to the AIDS Quilt.

The exhibit ends August 31st, so time is of the essence!

AIM will provide a free round-trip shuttle that leaves from Chase Brexton’s Mount Vernon location (Chase Street entrance) and drops off at the BMA before returning to Chase Brexton later in the day.

The cost is free and space is limited, so register for your seat now, at Conta.cc/2unFSiq.

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