Dr. Thea Quiray Tagle is available for writing and curatorial assignments, as well as speaking engagements and short-term residencies/visits which can include a mixture of  lecture, workshop, film / visual art/ performance screenings, and seminar. She can facilitate conversations around topics including but not limited to: representations of race, gender, sexuality, and class in popular culture and the media; contemporary art history and cultural studies; community engaged art practice and socially responsive curation; 20th and 21st century social movements for racial justice and queer liberation; the ethics and practices of solidarity and alliance in the arts and higher education; and Filipino and Filipinx American history. She does not work for unpaid commissions, unless they are to benefit mutual aid efforts or community organizations with whom she has built a relationship with. For inquiries and to make meaningful connections, please be in touch here.