Two photographic exhibitions at the UHU to give visibility to the Lgtbiq+ collective
The Deputy Mayor for Culture, Daniel Mantero, and the Councilor for Social Policies and Equality, María José Pulido, attended the opening of two informative and informative photographic exhibitions that aim Give visibility to the Lgtbiq+ collective. Some samples that will be open to the public until Friday May 5 in the hall of the Faculty of Social Work of the University of Huelva.
It should be noted that the first exhibition deals with sexual and universal rights and is in Huelva from Chile, so it must be contextualized in a country where the Lgtbiq+ collective has a long struggle ahead to have their rights recognized, and this is intended to be their way of claiming the place they occupy in society.
This traveling exhibition, which includes different types of nudes, has already been seen at the La Morana municipal center and at the León Ortega School of Art, so now the purpose is that thanks to the collaboration of the UHU it can reach the Huelva university students. In addition, this exhibition space also houses another exhibition that includes a glossary of terms, photographs and concepts from the specialized course: Sexual Affective Diversity and gender identity and other gender manifestations.
This initiative is part of the Conference that the Huelva City Council has recently promoted with the entities that make up the Commission lgtbiq+ of the city in order to value the defense of the rights of all people, bringing Huelva citizens closer through culture, and in this case through the art of photography, the claims of lesbians, gays, bisexuals , transgender, intersex and queer people, including through the + any other identity that falls in the middle of all of them or nowhere.