SLCC Pride 2022


SLCC Pride Month Events

Date & Time Program Description Location
Wed, June 1  5-6 p.m. Queer Art Exhibits Opening Reception The Edna Runswick Foyer and the Eccles Art Gallery at South City Campus will be showcasing the work of SLCC students JanaRae Womack and Lilian Agar throughout Pride Month, and you're invited to an opening reception for both exhibits! JanaRae Womack will be exhibiting impressionistic portraits of Queer pioneers from the music industry and Lilian Agar will be showing multimedia portraits of the local LGBTQ community, paired with audio recordings of the sitter's coming out stories. Eccles Art Gallery
South City Campus
1575 S State Street
Tue, June 7  3-4:30 p.m. State of the College: LGBTQ+ Climate at SLCC Have you ever wondered what SLCC is like for LGBTQ+ students and employees? We will discuss the cultural climate of SLCC for the LGBTQ+ community, including work that has been done, things that are currently being worked on, and things we need to focus our energy on moving forward. Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 891 8570 7609
Passcode: 889929
Thu, June 9 4:30-6:30 p.m. REPRESENT FILM SERIES: Intersexion In collaboration with the BW Bastian Foundation and the Utah Film Center, REPRESENT Film Series is excited to offer Intersexion, a documentary where Intersex individuals discuss their "unconventional" lives and how they navigate their way through childhood, adolescence, relationships and adulthood. Screening Room (1-106A)
South City Campus
1575 S State Street
Mon, June 13 4-6 p.m. Pride Picnic It's time to party! The Queer Student Association invites the SLCC LGBTQ+ community to celebrate with food, games, crafts, and community building at a Pride Picnic! RSVP at Courtyard/Student Forum
South City Campus
1575 S State Street
Wed, June 15 4-5 p.m. Crafternoon! Join us for a free crafternoon in the GSSRC as we make felt Pride patches! Supplies will be provided. Gender & Sexuality Student Resource Center, Room 1-140
South City Campus
1575 S State Street
Sat, June 18 Noon-6 p.m. Two Spirit Pow Wow Two-spirit is a modern, pan-Indian, umbrella term used by some Indigenous North Americans to describe Native people in their communities who fulfill a traditional third-gender ceremonial and social role in their cultures. The Two-spirit pow wow centers and celebrates this community through dance, music, and culture. STC Student Event Center & West Patio
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
4600 S Redwood Road
Tue, June 21 3-4:30 p.m. LGBTQ+ Awareness Training, pt. 1 This training looks at the basics of the LGBTQ+ experience and community. Topics include: Power/privilege, Queer history, gender and sexuality, terminology, and allyship. Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 816 5251 8654
Passcode: 150139
Tue, June 28 3-4:30 p.m. LGBTQ+ Awareness Training, pt. 2 Taking a deeper dive into the content of pt. 1, we look at the Cycle of Socialization, how to create in personal, social, and systemic changes, and continue the discussion on allyship. Must have attended part 1. Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 852 8405 1313
Passcode: 353916