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Lecture: Chris Bogia

Saturday, November 2 | 2PM


CAMH is pleased to present a lecture by Chris Bogia, esteemed artist and co-founder of the  Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR), the first LGBTQ artist residency program located in Cherry Grove, on Fire Island, NY.


Chris Bogia was born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1977.  He studied art at both New York University (BA 00’) and Yale University (MFA sculpture 04’).  He has been showing is work in New York and Abroad for over 16 years.  Bogia currently lives and works in Queens, New York.  Chris Bogia is the co-founder of the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR), the first LGBTQ artist residency program located in Cherry Grove, on Fire Island, NY. He teaches at both New York University and Bruce High Quality University.  He was awarded both the Alice Kimball Traveling Fellowship and the Larry Kramer Initiative research grant for Lesbian and Gay studies from Yale University. 


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Chris Bogia, "Pink Moon / Dancing Boy," 2012. Yarn on wood, 42 x 52 inches. Cour
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