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Past Exhibitions

Looking for Lesbians

On: Jul 23 - Sep 10 2022 at: -
Looking for Lesbians presents a new body of work created by ONE Archives at the USC Libraries Artist-in-Residence, Sarah-Joy Ford.

ONE Archives Foundation Exhibitions

On: May 3 - Sep 1 2022 at: -
Check out exhibitions and public programs at our partner organization, the ONE Archives Foundation. Currently on view: Days of Rage, Multimedia Exhibition on Activist Posters.

Arts on Sunset

On: Apr 4 2022 | 12am - Apr 6 2023 | 12am
ONE Archives at the USC Libraries is pleased to present a yearlong public art presentation for the City of West Hollywood's 67 foot digital billboard, the Sunset Spectacular.

Archival Intimacies: Queering South/East Asian Diasporas

On: Mar 3 - May 27 2022 at: -
ONE Archives at the USC Libraries in collaboration with USC Pacific Asia Museum and South Asian American Digital Archive is thrilled to present Archival Intimacies: Queering South/East Asian Diasporas–a polyvocal and multi-part exhibition and associated series of programs running from March 3 through May 29, 2022.

Xandra Ibarra, Nothing lower than I

On: Mar 4 - 20 2022 at: -
Human Resources Los Angeles and ONE Archives present "Nothing lower than I," a solo exhibition by interdisciplinary artist Xandra Ibarra.

Six (Linear) Feet [In-Person]

On: Sep 25 - Dec 18 2021 at: -
Exhibition featuring new work by six Los Angeles based artists in response to the idea of "six feet."

Jane Eyre, Los Angeles

On: Apr 22 - May 9 2021 at: -
"Jane Eyre, Los Angeles" is a new video work by LA artist Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik and NYC artist Coco Klockner.

Six (Linear) Feet [Online]

On: Jan 1 2021 | 12am - Aug 23 2021 | 12am
A project investigating the ubiquitous new measurement of six feet. There is currently a call for proposals due February 1, 2021.

Safer at Home

On: Apr 20 2020 | 12am - Aug 17 2020 | 12am
"Safer at Home" is an online exhibition of objects from the ONE Archives Collection at the USC Libraries that resonate with and reflect on the idea of “safer at home.”