Liberate the Bar! Queer Nightlife, Activism, and Spacemaking is a multimedia exhibition that sheds light on the intricate relationship between nightlife, activism, and creative expression across space and time.
This exhibition explores the ways in which Stephen Varble's disruptive guerilla performance art has lived on through Greg Day's vibrant photographs that captured his inventive costumes, transformed trash, and public confrontations.
In Search of Baba Singh takes as its jumping off point the arrest record of Baba Singh, a laborer from Punjab, India, who was arrested in 1914 in California for 'infamous crimes against nature'; a statute that at the time would criminalize a range of sexual behaviors including homosexuality.
This exhibition examines artistic practices that trace the racialized and gendered relationship between bodies and land
This exhibition gathers together the pioneering works of Canadian video artists Colin Campbell and Lisa Steele made together in Venice Beach during the 1970s for the first time in Southern California
This exhibition examines thirty years of inspiring and defiant safer sex and harm reduction activism through the collections at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries
In collaboration with The Museum of Contemporary Art and part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, this exhibition marks the first historical presentation of groundbreaking art, music, and performance from a network of queer Chicano artists in Southern California.
Die Kränken examines the history of gay motorcycle clubs in Southern California through a variety of multimedia and performative strategies