Leslie Lohman Museum

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MAIN GALLERY
Event Lecture
DeVun

June 23, 6 - 8pm

 

The 2nd Wave: Feminist Legacies

with introduction and moderation by Deborah Bright featuring Flavia Rando, Leah DeVun, and Clarity Haynes.

The 2nd Wave: Feminist Legacies is a program run in conjunction with The 1970s: The Blossoming of a Queer Enlightenment, on display from April 8 to July 3rd, 2016. The 1970s explores the vibrant and liberating decade following the Stonewall Riots in 1969. This historic exhibition features over 115 works from the Museum’s extensive collection of over 24,000 objects including artwork made during this significant period in LGBTQ history. Works have also been borrowed from the Lesbian Herstory Archives and the Fales Library. The 1970s explores themes of political activism, body/self, fashion/style, and sexual freedom/expression. The 2nd Wavepanel will incite an intergenerational dialog about the lasting effects of feminist activism and art from the 1970s to today.

Event Lecture
Shumsky

June 28, 6 - 8pm

 

Gay Life in 1970s NYC Panel Discussion  

with introduction and moderation by Hunter O’Hanian featuring Stanley Stellar, Ellen Shumsky, Jonathan Ned Katz, and Michela Griffo

Gay Life in 1970s NYC is a program run in conjunction with The 1970s: The Blossoming of a Queer Enlightenment, on display from April 8 to July 3rd, 2016. The 1970s explores the vibrant and liberating decade following the Stonewall Riots in 1969. This historic exhibition features over 115 works from the Museum’s extensive collection of over 24,000 objects including artwork made during this significant period in LGBTQ history. Works have also been borrowed from the Lesbian Herstory Archives and the Fales Library. The 1970s explores themes of political activism, body/self, fashion/style, and sexual freedom/expression.

WOOSTER ST. WINDOW GALLERY
PRINCE ST. PROJECT SPACE
Event Opening Reception
Amand

June 24, 2016, 6 - 8pm

 

Dark Days

Dusty St. Amand

 

Dusty St. Amand, 29, native to the Gulf Coast of Florida, presents moments of male vulnerability; offering a fly's view of what could be a sexual encounter or a moment of exhibition between strangers. His work is comprised of soft moments in times when St. Amand found himself disconnected from humanity, reeling from addiction, and looking for aspirational references within every new subject he came to photograph. This is his first solo exhibition. His book Of Messages and Men: Los Angeles is available on www.blurb.com.

 


Exhibition Dates: June 25 - June 26, 2016, 6 - 8pm

 

Prince St. Project Space

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