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‘Gender Unbound’ spotlights Austin’s trans, intersex artists

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Printmaker Nelvin Cecil Howell discusses some of (their) artwork with a guest.

Printmaker Nelvin Cecil Howell discusses some of (their) artwork with a guest.

Lilli Hime / Hilltop Views

Lilli Hime / Hilltop Views

Printmaker Nelvin Cecil Howell discusses some of (their) artwork with a guest.

Lilli Hime, Staff Writer

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Gender Unbound is Austin’s festival celebrating trans and intersex artists, filmmakers, musicians, performers, and all otherwise creators. For it’s third anniversary, the festival opened its doors at the Blue Genie Art Bazaar for two days of musical performances, short films, dance, art, and more.

Typography artist and designer Jae Lin designed this year’s logo and worked with other festival artists to screen print shirts for sale.

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‘Gender Unbound’ spotlights Austin’s trans, intersex artists