One Must Live It: Fashion Pop up Day 1 of 2!
Jul 30 - Jul 30, 2022
Saturday, July 30th and Sunday July 31st
1:00 PM-5:00 PM both days. In-person only
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art
26 Wooster Street | New York, NY 10013
Saturday and Sunday will culminate with a pop-up shop featuring queer designers and artist's work and clothing for sale with some items for free for Black queer community members:
We will gather for a fashion pop-up shop featuring queer designers and artists from NYC and beyond. This weekend will highlight artists working in fashion and art who will transform the space into a site of ideas exchange, and making. Topics include what fashion has to offer transness, how clothing can signal safety and joy in an ableist world, and how contemporary photography and fashion might function as a vital tool for self representation and preservation in BIPOC, queer, disability communities.
Image Description: Sky is wearing their all pink @radicalvisibilitycollective outfit featuring a mock turtleneck with a chest cut out with a bralette under with nip cut outs, sheer cargo pants, signature scalemaille headpiece and a large pink and purple holographic soft sculpture chainmaille stole that intern @celestialpaco worked on! Sky has pink grid makeup with holographic squiggles and temporary tattoos all over their hands that @sparklezilla made!]
Photo by @ColectivoMultipolar
Fashion Pop-Up & Museum Accessibility
- Five external steps lead to our main entrance: a wheelchair lift is available. All galleries are wheelchair-accessible.
- There is a single-occupancy accessible restroom located behind the visitor services desk.
- All restrooms are gender-neutral.
- ASL onsite upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For additional access requests or to connect around access needs and desires please email email@example.com.
Lorenza Böttner: Requiem for the Norm Exhibition Accessibility
- Audio tour available here (downloading the Gesso app is required)
- Large print didactics are available at the front desk.
- Braille handouts are also available at the front desk for Lorenza Böttner: Requiem for the Norm, that include the curator’s essay and information about upcoming programs.
Covid Safety: Masks must be worn by all visitors and guests unless eating or drinking. Proof of vaccination, or a negative rapid test result taken within the last 24hours is required at the door for in-person participation. Additional instructions may be provided ahead of the event for registered guests.
Funding and Support
One Must Live It, In Conversation with Lorenza Böttner is made possible by the generous support of the Ford Foundation and contribution from Kartell.
Programming is produced in partnership with Brooklyn Arts Exchange, NYU Center for Disability Studies, Proclaiming Disability Arts, and Viscose Journal with support from ACLS, an NYU Steinhardt Diversity Innovation Grant.
Programs and activities are free