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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 6/18/2021

Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'

Friday, June 18 from 6–7:30PM, Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents Eric Rhein in conversation with Mark Doty and Paul Michael Brown, as they celebrate and reflect upon the themes that run through Rhein's first monograph-memoir, Lifelines—to which Doty and Brown contribute key essays. Register at Eventbrite in order to receive the Zoom link on the day of the event.

Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'

Rhein, Doty and Brown will discuss the overlapping contexts in which they came of-age—and how they emerged, matured, and created within an era of crisis.

Rhein will show artworks and intimate photographs from Lifelines, and Doty and Brown will read from their essays, showing the richness of thought, heart and history which make the book both an artistic expression and an historic document.

The discussion will be opened to questions from the audience.

Closed-captioning will be available.

Suggested donation to benefit the Bureau: $5.

All are welcome to join, with or without a donation.

You can make a donation when you register.

Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'
“These images affirm the desiring self at a moment when the desire had become dangerous…” —Mark Doty

Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division presents 'LIFELINES: Art, Intimacy and HIV—an Intergenerational Conversation'

Eric Rhein: Lifelines

Eric Rhein: Lifelines

Institute 193
Hbk, 9.5 x 8.5 in. / 112 pgs / 84 color.

$40.00  free shipping