The University of Utah launched its annual Pride Week on Wednesday, kicking off nine days of events that feature photographer Jeff Sheng and fashion designer Sky Cubacub.
Photography from Sheng's Fearless Project, a collection of portraits of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender athletes, will be exhibited in the main lobby of the Olpin Union building through Tuesday.
Sheng, who describes himself as a former closeted high school athlete, will also be available to photograph Utah LGBT athletes. Appointments can be scheduled by emailing university events specialist Estela Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other events include a performance by Cubacub, founder of the gender nonconforming fashion line Rebirth Garments, two lecture discussions with Brown Boi Project Executive Director B. Cole and a panel discussion on safe spaces, sponsored by the Hinckley Institute of Politics.