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“Seminary” photography exhibition:

an “unapologetic, joyful celebration of queer visibility” at the Yale Divinity School, with photographer and Yale alum Gabrielle Muller MAR '20


Gabrielle will share and discuss the images for her current photography exhibition, Seminary, which portrays members of Yale Divinity School’s LGBTQ community in portraits taken over the course of a year. Hosted by the Yale Club of DC and Co-sponsored with Yale GALA.

She will explain the concept and image-making process, and describe how it developed into a project meant for the walls of the Yale Divinity School.

Gabrielle Muller (MAR ’20 Yale Divinity School) is a photographer and filmmaker working in and around New York City. Much of her work investigates the way generational memory relates to public and communal narratives about self and other, and the function of shame and secret-keeping surrounding expectations about sexuality, gender, and class. She recently completed a graduate degree in theology and visual art from Yale Divinity School, and her photography exhibit, Seminary, is currently on view at Yale Divinity School’s Sarah Smith Gallery. Her award-winning film, Crossroads of America, was released in 2020. You can learn more about Gabrielle and her work on her website:


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