News

Ka-Man Tse Joins Robert Giard Foundation Board of Directors

The Robert Giard Foundation welcomes Ka-Man Tse, a New York based photographer and video artist, to its board. Ms. Tse was the 2014 Giard fellowship recipient for her project: Portraits and Narratives of LGBTQ Asians and Asian-Americans in the U.S. and Hong Kong. Ms. Tse brings to the board a commitment to activism, connections to the art world, and a deep respect for Robert Giard's work and the Giard Foundation's artistic and educational missions.

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Friday, February 10: Film Screening — Peace of Mind Directed by Cary Cronenwett

Join us for a film screening of Peace of Mind, followed by a Q&A with Director and 2012 Giard fellowship recipient Cary Cronenwett. Friday, February 10 6:30pm – 8:30pm CUNY Graduate Center’s Segal Theatre 365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th Street) New York, New York 10016 Peace of Mind follows the last film that trans filmmaker-artist-activist Flo McGarrell was making before his untimely passing in the 2010 Haitian earthquake. Director Cary Cronenwett tells the story of Flo McGarrell and the queer Haitians...

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Take action now so that LGBTQ art is not silenced

This year, the Robert Giard Foundation awarded its 8th Annual fellowship supporting artists addressing issues of sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ identity. These works are not easily funded and we applaud your contribution, which will have a far-reaching impact. As this year’s fellow, Leonard Suryajaya, explains: “Earlier this year, queer people in my home country of Indonesia saw increasing public hostility and parliamentary attacks on their rights. Condemnation and oppression of LGBTQ identities and expressions are out in...

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Recent Exhibitions

Ka-Man Tse, Giard 2014-15 fellow, has Exhibit at New York Public Library

Ka-Man Tse, the 2014 - 2015 Robert Giard Fellow, has work currently showing at the New York Public Library Mulberry Street branch from through September 7th, 2016. Ka-Man explains: "These photographs are part of an ongoing investigation surrounding notions of home, family, identity and community. My image-making is informed by the points of intersection between the LGBTQ and the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community; and what is shared, divergent, and negotiated between these two seemingly disparate worlds." Ka-Man Tse exhibit at NYPL Mulberry Street branch.

June 01, 2016 through September 07, 2016

New York Public Library, Mulberry Street Branch

New York, NY