Check out some photos from our events!
The INHALE photo series embodied metaphors of breathing. We use breathing as a way to gauge if someone is alive or not. The intimacy of breath reveals a person’s vulnerability as well as their power. Our breaths can be strong, they can be sharp, they can be shaky, and they can be soft. The queer community at U of T breathes and exists in this space. INHALE portrays individuals within these communities as tangible, as existing in both domestic and outdoor spaces and refusing to be erased. The photos from the series were displayed on June 16, 2017 for the very first time along the walls of Hart House’s Debates Room.
See the photos here: http://lgbtout.sa.utoronto.ca/2017/06/18/inhale-photo-series
2017 U of T Pride Pub (photo by Yannick Anton)
2017 U of T Pride Picnic