Experience Ann Arbor artist John Gutoskey’s exhibit Queerly Beloved

. November 1, 2015.

There are only a few days left to experience Ann Arbor artist John Gutoskey’s powerful exhibit Queerly Beloved. Using mixed media, Gutoskey explores spirituality and identity, with an emphasis on the idea that “queer” is simply an exercise in being at odds with the “norm”. Gutoskey has previously worked across the country as a costume designer for theater and television, and has taught graduate classes at the University of Michigan’s Department of Theatre. Now, turning his hyperactive attention to details towards a new medium, he creates a unique and personal visual exhibit. Presented in partnership with River House Arts and Owens Community College Department of Fine & Performing Arts.

Through November 6. 1-5pm Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2-6pm Wednesday
Walter E. Terhune Gallery, 30335 Oregon Rd., Perrysburg., OH
567-661-7081 | johngutoskeystudio.com
Free

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