We look forward to seeing you at the lecture “How AIDS Changed American Art” by Dr. Jonathan Katz in the Council Chambers at the West Hollywood Library. Due to tomorrow’s anticipated Supreme Court decision on Proposition 8, we are moving the start time of Dr. Katz’s lecture to 8pm. For those arriving at 7pm the ONE Gallery will be open for public viewing before the lecture. A rally has been scheduled on Santa Monica Blvd. at San Vicente at 6pm and San Vicente Blvd. will be closed between Santa Monica Blvd and Melrose until approximately 11pm. Parking may be tight at the 5-story parking structure off El Tovar and traffic is likely to be heavy around the area so the later start will provide extra time you might need to arrive and park. Alternate parking may be found at the Pacific Design Center (at the Blue Building entrance on Melrose), but unfortunately we will not be able to validate parking at this structure. We look forward to seeing you and know that you will find the lecture informative and engaging.
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Exhibition: Joey Terrill, 7-8pm
ONE Archives Gallery & Museum
626 North Robertson Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
West Hollywood City Council Chambers
625 North San Vicente Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Admission is free
ONE Archives, the California LGBT Arts Alliance and One City One Pride present a lecture by Jonathan David Katz PhD, on the upcoming exhibition ART/AIDS/AMERICA at the Tacoma Art Museum in 2016. Generally considered merely a tragic tangent to US culture, AIDS has in fact been one of the most powerful shaping forces in American culture since the 1980s. Of course, we have repressed AIDS’ role in the making of our culture in keeping with our longstanding, repression of AIDS in general. But repression, as known from psychoanalysis, is the sign of great power. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A with Dr. Katz.
This event is presented by ONE Archives, the California LGBT Arts Alliance and One City One Pride.
Jonathan David Katz PhD is the director of the Visual Studies doctoral program at the State University of New York in Buffalo. He was co-curator of Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture at the National Portrait Gallery, part of the Smithsonian Institution. Katz’s work explores the intersection of art history and queer history, which he considers one of the busiest, yet least studied, intersections in American culture. Dr. Katz is currently co-curating ART/AIDS/AMERICA which will open at the Tacoma Art Museum in 2016.