From: OUTspoken
Date: November 14, 2021
Subject: OUTspoken Field Trip!

The OUTspoken web banner. There are rainbow hexagons on a white background and the OUTspoken logo is placed above red, yellow, green, and blue lines.

What if we went on a field trip to the Eastman Museum to see the exhibit on trans adults/elders...haha just kidding......unless....

This is kind of breaking the general format I have for these emails, but I'm excited about this and don't want to wait: That's right, OUTspoken is organizing a trip to the Eastman Museum!


OUTspoken Eastman Museum Trip

Tuesday, December 7
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Eastman Museum
Add to Google Cal,Outlook,Yahoo,iCal


This is something I've been planning to organize since this summer, and OUTspoken is thrilled to say that we are finally doing it! The Eastman Museum is hosting an exhibit called To Survive on This Shore, consisting of photos and interviews with trans/gender non-conforming older adults, and we thought it would be a great opportunity to learn more about our history and visit one of Rochester's most prominent museums. The trip will be taking place on Reading Day, which is Tuesday, December 7th, from noon to two o'clock. Still on the fence? What if I told you that both transportation and tickets would be provided by OUTspoken? It's free real estate. If you want to join us, please RSVP by November 23rd, the last day before Thanksgiving Break (but more importantly, the day before the premiere of the Hawkeye series!). This is super important because we need to know how many tickets to buy and how many people will be needing transportation, so registration will close at the end of the day. (To clarify, I mean the end of the 23rd at 11:59 PM.) If you know me, you know that I'm all about accessibility, so we will be working to get transportation with wheelchair lifts, and you can check out the details of the museum's accessibility here. As we get closer to the event we will have more information about when and where to meet on campus, but we plan to arrive at the museum at noon, and leave at two. If you have your own transportation, feel free to meet us there, just let us know on the RSVP form. It won't be a formal guided tour, so feel free to explore the museum at your own pace. I know that was a lot of information, so if you have any questions just let us know!

Other Events

Monday, November 15
Start End   Event         Location
7:00pm 7:50pm Gender-Affirming Communication Support Private Location (register to display)
Tuesday, November 16
8:00pm 9:00pm Labrys Meetings SAU-2510 Mosaic
Wednesday, November 17
9:00pm 10:00pm RITGA Weekly Meeting SHH-1020 Sol Reading Room
Saturday, November 20
1:00pm 2:00pm Rainbow Gayme Day Fountain Park - Grassy Knoll. In the grass area next to the fountain is that is frequently filled with soap :)
Sunday, November 21
5:30pm 8:30pm RITGA Friendsgiving CPC-1010/1015 Conference Room

Alright, well, I can't think of how to end this email except to end it. Until next time!

Elizabeth Sherrock (she/her)
Director of Marketing