“Hope is Never Silent”: Traveling Queer Art Show in Texas

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“Lahib Bilal II” by Lahib Jaddo

“Hope is Never Silent” is a traveling art exhibition, which focuses on LGBT issues and LGBT artists’ interpretations of sensitive topics that have made a significant impression on society today. The show, which started in Lubbock, is going to Houston GLBT Community Center  for a day before venturing to other cities across Texas. Jerome Larez, the founder of “Hope is Never Silent” tried to display the exposition two years ago but was stumped about where to present it. That is why this year, he decided to contact the artists he admires and respects to put on a show in Texas. In the end, he chose 30 two-dimensional works of art from his favorite artists and other moving entries to tour with him on this unique journey. “It’s a unique show because it presents a unique perspective…on LGBT issues and how they intepret them,” Larez said. [Houston Press]

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