LGBTQ culture in Eastern Europe was transformed in the liberal post-Soviet era. Today, a turn toward reactionary political and religious ideologies is threatening the recently found freedom of queer Eastern Europe
Please come to the opening reception and book launch and
Lecture by Mathias Danbolt: 7-8:30pm
The California LGBT Arts Alliance presents a fascinating tour of two exhibitions on Sunday, January 12, 2014 from 2-5pm
Founded by pioneering video-maker John Dorr in 1979, EZTV was an artist-run space in the West Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles dedicated to the presentation and production of alternative video projects.
MOCA is presenting two panel discussions in the West Hollywood City Council Chambers in conjunction with the exhibition Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland. We encourage you to attend these events and visit the ONE Gallery
Please join us for the opening of this great exhibition
This conversation will address a broad range of issues related to zines, queer aesthetics, independent publishing and the ways in which zines are distributed, archived and exhibited.
This panel discussion explores the intersections of queer and Latina/o art, aesthetics and performance through a dialogue with Dino Dinco, an artist, filmmaker and curator whose work has been exhibited internationally