Family Room is a group exhibition and immersive installation designed by a national consortium of LGBTQ+ artists and performers. This functional and modular living room, featuring art, craft and design objects that were made, altered or found by the featured artists, is a stage for visual artworks and performances that examine queer domestic space and the chosen family. Explore imagery and artworks from the exhibition below, and click individual artworks to read statements from the artists.


This exhibition may represent a home, but many of us are guests in this place. O'ghe P'oghe is the original Tewa name for Santa Fe, meaning White Shell, Water Place. form & concept is located on unceded territorial lands of the Tewa and Tanos people. We honor the land itself, and the Indi genous stewards of this land. We gratefully recognize this historic and contemporary context.


Banner artwork by Ravenna Osgood, photography by Byron Flesher.