Gay artist Robert Sherer spoke to the Atlanta Executive Network last month, bringing with him a mix of his rural Alabama roots and contemporary work.
Sherer, an art professor at Kennesaw State University, is well known for his past use of HIV-positive blood in his drawings. More recently, he announced the creation of an endowed scholarship for gay art students at the school.
For more on Sherer, read a recent profile from Southern Voice.
Mitchell Anderson, a gay stage actor and restaurant owner, headlines AEN’s meeting on Feb. 19.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the Jan. 15 event. (Photos courtesy AEN. View more photos.)
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