City of West Hollywood’s

One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival

Each year the City of West Hollywood celebrates pride with its One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival, which runs from Harvey Milk Day (May 22) through the end of June Pride month (June 30). The theme for 2019 is “Love is Love,” celebrating the universal bond that unites us, especially during this 50th anniversary year of the Stonewall riots.

Some highlights of One City One Pride 2019 include:

  • May 22: Kick-off reception and a staged reading of Dear Harvey with Celebration Theatre

    • Featuring 2 queer poetry pop-ups: “Let Love Flourish,” performances of poems by queer poets past and present by Jason Jenn, and “Everyone Deserves (A) Love (Poem),” an interactive installation where poets will write you a love poem by Brian Sonia-Wallace.

  • May 25 + 26: New Stages presents I Do,” a musical based on the life stories of, and performed by, LGBTQ seniors

  • June 1 +2: Metropolitan Master Chorale presents Considering Matthew Shepard

  • June 2: Vox Femina and Trans Chorus LA present Hearts of Courage

  • June 15: Lesbian Speaker Series presents Tea Time with Stephanie Miller and Beth Lapides

  • June 26: “LA: A Queer History,” a documentary about LA’s contributions to the LGBTQ rights movement

  • June 30: Full day of programming including:

    • Launch of “Crush: First Love, New Talent” an LGBTQ comic anthology about first (queer) love

    • Readings from Michael Kearns’ troupe QueerWise

    • “Where Love is Illegal” features portraits of people who live in countries where it is illegal to be LGBTQ. View the exhibit at the West Hollywood Library and join us for a panel discussion.

    • “¡GAYTINO! Made in America” film debut – Mariachi to Merman. Sondheim to Cesar Chavez. Dan Guerrero brings his acclaimed solo play to the screen.

    • Also, the return of the 2 queer poetry pop-ups

  • All Month: Where Love is Illegal exhibit, portraits and stories from countries where it is illegal to be LGBTQ

For Street Closure info for the LA Pride Parade and Festival in West Hollywood: https://pride.weho.org/street-closure-info

You can view the full schedule for this year below or view this year’s full printed guide booklet here: One City One Pride Program Booklet 2019 (Issuu)  or One City One Pride Booklet (PDF)

For a trip down memory lane, you can view past year’s programming guides here: OCOP Booklet 2018, OCOP Booklet 2017, OCOP Booklet 2016

Please follow or tag any social media posts with #onecityonepride @wehopride and @wehoarts

One City One Pride is organized by the City of West Hollywood's Arts Division. If you have additional questions about One City One Pride please email Mike Che, One City One Pride coordinator/City of West Hollywood's Arts Coordinator at mche@weho.org

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Jun
29
7:30 PM19:30

World Premiere of "Jeanne Cordova: Butches, Lies, and Feminism"

Film
Free
Thursday, June 29, 7:30pm
City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente Blvd. 

Join One City One Pride for the world premiere of Jeanne Cordova: Butches, Lies, and Feminism, a new documentary on the life and accomplishments of activist & author Jeanne Cordova, directed by Gregorio Davila. The director and Jeanne’s partner, Lynn Harris Ballen, will participate in a post screening discussion. Location: West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. Free admission. http://bit.ly/JeanneOCOP2017

A new short 4 minute film Waving A Wand, in which a lonely magician sings & dances to his own parade as love & magic march on with Pride & glitter, starring Stefan Kalinka and Directed by Renee Sotile & Mary Jo Godges will precede the screening.

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Jun
28
7:30 PM19:30

Outfest WeHo Screening of: "Whitney: Can I Be Me?"

Film
Free, but RSVPs are required

Wednesday, June 28, 7:30pm
City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente Blvd. 

The City of West Hollywood through WeHo Arts partners with Outfest and Showtime Documentary Films to present, Whitney: Can I Be Me? a powerful film about musical icon Whitney Houston from acclaimed BAFTA Award winner Nick Broomfield (Kurt & Courtney). Using behind the scenes footage, candid interviews, and performance footage, the film explores all sides of Whitney, her life, and the impact her death had on those close to her and her fans.

Free admission, but RSVPs are required. RSVP at www.outfest.org/weho-series

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Jun
25
3:00 PM15:00

"Go West Sunday Funday Mini Ball" powered by REACH LA

Dance
Free
Sunday, June 25, Doors open at 3:00pm, Show from 4:30pm - 8:00pm
Rage Nightclub
8911 Santa Monica Blvd. 

REACH LA supports youth of color through the House / Ballroom Community, and have performed at MOCA and various One City One Pride events over the years. This year, they will be hosting West Hollywood's first ever Sunday Funday Mini Ball which celebrates this year’s theme of Go West by showcasing the migration of House / Ballroom Culture from the East Coast to West Coast. Location: Rage Nightclub, 8911 Santa Monica Blvd. Free admission. www.facebook.com/theeREACHLA 

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Jun
20
7:30 PM19:30

Patricia Loughery, The Recipient of Celebration Theatre's Chuck Rowland Award

Theatre
Free
Tuesday, June 20, 7:30pm
City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente Blvd. 

Celebration Theatre will present their annual Chuck Rowland Award for contributions to LGBTQ theatre to Patricia Loughrey. Free admission! Excerpts from three of her plays will be presented:

  • Dear Harvey: Stories of Harvey Milk this verbatim theatre piece weaves the words of Harvey with interviews with his family, friends and colleagues into a portrait of hope and a vision of equality… “I am all of us.”
  • The Daddy Machine (music by Rayme Sciaroni, based on the book by Johnny Valentine): When two moms leave their kids home alone, mayhem ensues. Stonewall, the family dog, tries to stave off chaos as 52 dads emerge from a magical daddy machine.
  • The Inner Circle:  when AIDS devastates a community of friends, will they draw together for comfort? Or fracture apart to avoid feeling the loss? 
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Jun
17
2:00 PM14:00

7th Annual "Celebrating All Life and Creation" Pow Wow

Free
Saturday, June 17, 10:00am
Plummer Park
7377 Santa Monica Blvd

Join Red Circle Project of AIDS Project LA for a full day of traditional Native American music, dance, crafts and food, along with HIV testing and prevention resources. Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd. Free to attend. www.facebook.com/redcircleproject

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Jun
17
2:00 PM14:00

ALAP Pride Playreading Festival

Theatre
Free
Saturday, June 17, 2:00pm
Plummer Park Community Center, Rooms 1 & 2
7377 Santa Monica Blvd

Join ALAP (the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights) for their annual playreading festival of LGBTQ short plays. Location: Plummer Park Community Center, Rooms 1 and 2, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd. Free admission. http://laplaywrights.org/events.php 

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Jun
16
to Jun 17

Trans Pride

Trans Programming
Free
Friday, June 16, 7:30pm
Los Angeles LGBT Center's Village at Ed Gould Plaza
1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles, CA 90038. 

As part of the TransPride kickoff, a Big Queer Convo will take place on June 16 from 7:30-9pm, followed by a reception in the gallery from 9-10pm. An all day festival will take place on June 17 from 12-9:30pm. Location: Los Angeles LGBT Center’s The Village at Ed Gould Plaza, 1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles, CA 90038. www.facebook.com/TransPrideLA

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Jun
16
to Jun 18

'Lesbians to Watch Out For: 90's L.A. Activism' Exhibit

Lesbians To Watch Out For Exhibit - Queer Nation in Plummer Park Event Poster.jpg

Exhibit/Visual Art
Free
Friday, June 16, 6:00pm
Long Hall at Plummer Park
7377 Santa Monica Blvd

This year marks the 24th anniversary of the National Dyke March in Washington DC and the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Lesbian Avengers.  These two events inspired national activist efforts and a legacy of Dyke Marches across the country. From protest and street activism to grassroots community groups, '90s activism in LA and WeHo reflected the energy of the decade. This exhibit  tells the stories of LA queer women from groups like ACT UP LA, Queer Nation LA, Dyke March LA, the United Lesbians of African Heritage (ULOAH), Los Angeles Asian Pacific Islander Sisters (LAAPIS), Lesbianas Unidas (LU) and other organizations. It also features 'The Lesbian Avengers: 25th Anniversary' traveling exhibition.

 www.facebook.com/events/270091986782556 

The exhibit is open Fridays through Sundays from June 2nd to June 30th. (Except June 9 - 11 when the exhibit is closed.)

The exhibit schedule is as follows:

  • Fridays in June: 6pm - 9:30pm (CLOSED FRIDAY, JUNE 9)
  • Saturdays & Sundays in June: 1pm - 6pm (CLOSED SATURDAY, JUNE 10 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 11)
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Jun
15
to Jun 25

The Complete History of Drag in a Few Mo-Mo

Theatre
$10 (use coupon code OneCity for $2 off your tickets!)

Friday, June 15 - Sunday, June 25, Varying Times
The Other Space Theatre
916 N. Formosa Ave.

APT 3F is proud to present a new play by David LeBarron for the Hollywood Fringe. Backstage at a drag show, Auntie, an old diva, teaches a newbie her fabulous lineage, from ancient times to current affairs, a resilient race of glitter, tucking and throat throttling reality.

Show times:
• Sunday June 4, 3:30pm (Preview) 
• Thursday June 15, 8:30pm
• Sunday June 18, 7pm
• Saturday June 24, 3:30pm
• Sunday June 25, 7:00pm

Location: The Other Space Theatre, 916 N Formosa Ave. Tickets $10Enter Code: OneCity for $2 off tickets. www.historyofdrag.com 

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Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Rainbow Key Awards

Awards Ceremony
Free

Wednesday, June 14, Reception at 6:00pm, Ceremony at 7:00pm
West Hollywood City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente Blvd.

Since 1993, the City of West Hollywood has presented Rainbow Key Awards to those who have done outstanding work for the Gay and Lesbian community. The 2017 Rainbow Key Honorees are: Cleve Jones (former aide to Harvey Milk, author of When We Rise), JQ International (LGBTQ/Jewish organization); Eric Paul Leue (Mr. LA Leather 2014); LA Gay & Lesbian Chamber of CommerceMichaela Ivri Mendelsohn (Transgender activist, public speaker, and business leader); Jewel Thais-Williams (operator of Catch One, the now-legendary discothèque, where Latino and African American LGBT people were not subjected to prohibitive door policies); and Ruth Tittle (16-year member of the Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board). Location: West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. Free Admission. www.weho.org 

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Jun
12
to Jun 14

"California Dreams" Presented by New Stages

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Cast of New Stages

Theatre
Free
Monday, June 12, 7:00pm & Wednesday, June 14, 7:00pm
The LA LGBT Center Village at Ed Gould's Plaza
1125 N. McCadden Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Through story and song, “California Dreams” will explore the experiences of our community of LGBTQ seniors as they made their own journeys west – literally, figuratively and symbolically toward liberation. This original production is created through a workshop process whereby seniors at the LA LGBT Center contribute their own stories to the final work. Location: Renberg Theatre, The LA LGBT Center Village at Ed Gould's Plaza , 1125 N. McCadden Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90028. Free admission. RSVP to 323-860-5830 or by e-mail to: seniors@lalgbtcenter.orgwww.facebook.com/artandaging

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Jun
11
10:30 PM22:30

#LastDance

Theatre
$0-12
Sunday, June 4 - Saturday, June 24th, Multiple Times
McCadden Place Theatre
1157 N. McCadden Pl.

It’s BOYS IN THE BAND with a little PARIS IS BURNING thrown in! #LastDance will make audiences rethink what really is behind the wigs, makeup and heels and find out queens are people just like them. Written and directed by Miss Barbie Q and Cinnamon Rivera for One City One Pride/Hollywood Fringe.

Show dates:
• Sun, June 4th @7pm (press preview)
• Sun, June 11th @10:30pm
• Sun, June 18th @1pm
• Fri, June 23rd @7:30pm
• Sat, June 24th @8:30pm

Location: McCadden Place Theatre, 1157 N. McCadden Pl.

Tickets required ($0-$12). 

www.facebook.com/events/810577775747334

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Jun
11
8:00 AM08:00

#ResistMarch

Free
Sunday, June 11, 8:00am
Begins: Intersection of Hollywood/Highland
Ends: Santa Monica Blvd and La Peer Ave.

This year a march will take place from Hollywood (where LA Pride was born in 1970) to West Hollywood, where LA Pride grew up. Instead of a parade celebrating our past progress, the LGBTQ+ community and its allies will march in solidarity with and on the same day as the National Equality March for Unity and Pride in Washington DC.

This intersectional diversity is reflected in the wide array of over 100 partner organizations that have committed their support to the #ResistMarch, including GLAAD, Black Lives Matters, ACLU, the Human Rights Campaign, APLA, Bienestar, the City of West Hollywood, among others.

Location: March begins at 8 am at Hollywood and Highland and finishes near West Hollywood Park. www.resistmarch.org

March Route: https://www.resistmarch.org/coursemap

Street Closures: https://pride.weho.org/street-closure-info

(One City One Pride is organizing a series of free artist-led protest sign making workshops leading up to the march. Click here to find a protest sign making workshop!)

 

 

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Jun
10
to Jun 11

LA Pride Festival

Music
$20-$30
Saturday and Sunday, June 10-11
West Hollywood Park
647 N. San Vicente Blvd. 

The LA Pride Festival has been organized by Christopher Street West (CSW) since the 1970s. This year's line-up includes Chromeo and Brandy. Visit www.lapride.org for a full line-up of entertainment and to purchase tickets ($20-$30). West Hollywood Park, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd.

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Jun
9
7:00 PM19:00

Migration of the Monarchs

Performance Art
Free
Friday, June 9, 7:00pm
West Hollywood City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente Blvd.

'Everything in life...transforms. ‘Migration of The Monarchs is a 3 part conceptual art project involving wearable art that transforms over the month by Trans artist Yozmit. She is the first artist to receive a Trans Art grant from the City of West Hollywood: 

• June 3, 11-3pm: artist Yozmit will collect prayers and stitch a ribbon or bead onto a TOTEM (wearable art costume) as a symbol of exchange. 

• June 9, 7-9pm, WALK will be performed as live ambient art on Santa Monica Blvd.

• June 10 @10pm, June 18@ 1pm, amnd June 24@ 5:30pm: Burlesque and Cabaret merge with Victorian esthetics, Butoh, Kabuki, and ‘Pansori’ (traditional Korean singing) to create a cathartic act of experiential research into the psyche of the performer during the Hollywood Fringe. Intentions and prayers given in part 1 will be used during the performances. 

www.yozmit.com/dymm 

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Jun
9
7:00 PM19:00

Trans Party and #Sizzle

Free
Friday, June 9, 7:00pm
West Hollywood Park
647 N. San Vicente Blvd. 

The LA Pride Festival grounds are partially open on Friday, and devoted to trans programming and the #SIZZLE sober area. This event is free to attend.  West Hollywood Park, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd. www.lapride.org

#SIZZLE! -- A Carnival of Attraction – is an interactive event with DJs, games, prizes and more in a fabulous carnival setting. #SIZZLE is a reminder that people can have fun and enjoy Pride without alcohol. #SIZZLE runs June 9-11th as part of LA Pride in West Hollywood, which will take place at West Hollywood Park. Admission free on Friday, June 9, tickets required for June 10-11. See www.facebook.com/Sizzle2015

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Jun
9
6:00 PM18:00

Dyke March

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Free
Friday, June 9, 6:00pm
Sal Guarriello Veterans' Memorial
8447 Santa Monica Blvd.

The annual Dyke March begins at 6pm with a special protest sign-making workshop, followed by a march down Santa Monica Blvd. at 8pm. Confirmed speakers include: Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Patrisse Cullors and janaya khan (#blacklivesmatter), Sue Dunlap, Lynn Harris Ballen and Judy Sisneros, and the City Council. Location: Sal Guarriello Veterans' Memorial, 8447 Santa Monica Blvd. http://bit.ly/DykeMarchWeHo

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Jun
9
to Jun 18

LAAA: Out There

Visual Arts
Free
Opening Reception Friday, June 9, 6:00pm
Gallery 825
825 N. La Cienega Blvd. 

Out There is an all media exhibition at Los Angeles Art Association during One City One Pride. Opening Reception on Friday, June 9, 6-9 pm. Gallery hours 10am-5pm every day except Monday, through June 18. Gallery 825, 825 N. La Cienega Blvd. Free admission. https://www.laaa.org/calender/2017/6/9/out-there

 

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Jun
8
to Jun 25

One City One Pride at the Hollywood Fringe

Theatre
Prices Vary
Thursday, June 8 - Sunday, June 25, Times Vary
Multiple Locations

The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an open and uncensored community-derived event. The Fringe’s western border is usually Gardner Street, but through a special collaboration with the City of West Hollywood, LGBTQ shows can take place throughout and adjacent to West Hollywood as part of One City One Pride. Visit http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/weho_2017   to find shows taking place with the help of One City One Pride.

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Jun
4
3:00 PM15:00

VOX Femina: Women Rising, A Taste of Season 20

Music
Free
Sunday, June 4, 3:00pm
Congregation Kol Ami
1200 N. La Brea Ave

This free concert combines repertoire from VOX Femina's 20th Anniversary season, a snapshot of the organization's past, present and future. Location: Congregation Kol Ami, 1200 N. La Brea Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90038. Free admission. www.voxfemina.org/2016-2017-season

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Jun
3
11:00 AM11:00

One City One Pride Day of History

Literary/History/Film/Performance Art
Free
Saturday, June 3, 11:00am - 7:00pm
West Hollywood City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente Blvd. 

As in years past, One City One Pride provides an entire day of history on the Saturday prior to Christopher Street West’s LA Pride Festival.

11AM: DRAG QUEEN STORY TIME
Organized by RADAR productions (the same folks who first brought Drag Queen Storytime to San Francisco’s Public Library) join the City of West Hollywood's WeHo Arts and the West Hollywood Library for children's stories and crafts in the West Hollywood Library Community Meeting Room, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. Free.

11AM - 1PM: STUART TIMMONS LGBTQ HISTORY TOUR
Written by acclaimed author/historian Stuart Timmons (The Trouble With Harry Hay, GAY L.A.) and directed as a performance art piece by Jason Jenn, this tour dazzled audiences in 2015 and 2016. It returns for one more special invigorating event to celebrate Stuart’s legacy and how his life’s work and research is available for all to enjoy. The tour involves a brief shuttle ride followed by a refreshingly accessible urban hike encountering over a dozen costumed characters for surprising fun and history along the way. Go West (Hollywood) and join us for the adventure! Shuttles depart every 15 minutes from 11am to 1pm. from the West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625. N. San Vicente. (Tours last between 90-120 minutes)http://stuarttimmons.com/tour/

5PM: REEL IN THE CLOSET
Reel In The Closet is a feature-length documentary that lets us connect with queer people from the past through the rare home movies that they left for us. Location: West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. Free admission. www.facebook.com/reelinthecloset

In addition to the 3 events above on June 3, LA: A Queer History will be shown on a loop in the City Council Chambers, there will be a protest-sign making workshop, two ONE Archives LGBTQ History Exhibits will be on view in West Hollywood Park, trans artist Yozmit will stage (TOTEM) the first part of a three part performance artwork, and there will be an opportunity to provide feedback on preliminary results from WeHo Arts: The Plan.

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Jun
2
to Jun 4

'Lesbians to Watch Out For: 90's L.A. Activism' Opening Reception and Exhibit

Exhibit/Visual Art
Free
Friday, June 2, 7:00pm
Long Hall at Plummer Park
7377 Santa Monica Blvd

This year marks the 24th anniversary of the National Dyke March in Washington DC and the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Lesbian Avengers.  These two events inspired national activist efforts and a legacy of Dyke Marches across the country. From protest and street activism to grassroots community groups, '90s activism in LA and WeHo reflected the energy of the decade. This exhibit  tells the stories of LA queer women from groups like ACT UP LA, Queer Nation LA, Dyke March LA, the United Lesbians of African Heritage (ULOAH), Los Angeles Asian Pacific Islander Sisters (LAAPIS), Lesbianas Unidas (LU) and other organizations. It also features 'The Lesbian Avengers: 25th Anniversary' traveling exhibition.

 www.facebook.com/events/270091986782556 

The exhibit is open Fridays through Sundays from June 2nd to June 30th. (Except June 9 - 11 when the exhibit is closed.)

The exhibit schedule is as follows:

  • Friday, June 2nd: 7pm - 9pm (Opening Reception)
  • Fridays in June: 6pm - 9:30pm (CLOSED FRIDAY, JUNE 9)
  • Saturdays & Sundays in June: 1pm - 6pm (CLOSED SATURDAY, JUNE 10 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 11)

 

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Jun
2
to Jun 30

'Lesbians to Watch Out For: 90's L.A. Activism' Exhibit

Exhibit
Free
Long Hall at Plummer Park
7377 Santa Monica Blvd

This year marks the 24th anniversary of the National Dyke March in Washington DC and the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Lesbian Avengers.  These two events inspired national activist efforts and a legacy of Dyke Marches across the country. From protest and street activism to grassroots community groups, '90s activism in LA and WeHo reflected the energy of the decade. This exhibit  tells the stories of LA queer women from groups like ACT UP LA, Queer Nation LA, Dyke March LA, the United Lesbians of African Heritage (ULOAH), Los Angeles Asian Pacific Islander Sisters (LAAPIS), Lesbianas Unidas (LU) and other organizations. It also features 'The Lesbian Avengers: 25th Anniversary' traveling exhibition.

 www.facebook.com/events/270091986782556 

The exhibit is open Fridays through Sundays from June 2nd to June 30th. (Except June 9 - 11 when the exhibit is closed.)

The exhibit schedule is as follows:

  • Fridays in June: 6pm - 9:30pm (CLOSED FRIDAY, JUNE 9)
  • Saturdays & Sundays in June: 1pm - 6pm (CLOSED SATURDAY, JUNE 10 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 11)

There will be a closing event on June 30 from 6-9pm.

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May
31
7:00 PM19:00

Exploring International LGBT Rights In China and Abroad

Free
Wednesday, May 31, 7:00pm
City Council Chambers
625 N. San Vicente

Join the City of West Hollywood’s Human Rights Speakers Series for a discussion on the growing difficulties activists, non-profits, and others face when trying to provide aid in countries with anti-LGBT policies.

To RSVP for this free event visit: https://wehohumanrights.eventbrite.com or call (323) 848-6823.

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May
25
6:30 PM18:30

LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A.

History/Film/Panel
$5
Thursday, May 25, 6:00pm
Great Hall at Plummer Park
7377 Santa Monica Blvd

Join the Los Angeles Conservancy for a screening of three short films spotlighting significant LGBTQ spaces showcasing: The Black Cat, The Woman’s Building, and Great Hall/Long Hall. Location: Great Hall, Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd. Admission is $5 with proceeds helping fund future activities highlighting more of L.A.'s LGBTQ historic places.

Visit www.laconservancy.org for more info.

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May
22
5:00 PM17:00

Harvey Milk Day/One City One Pride Kickoff

LGBTQ / History
Free
Monday, May 22, 5:00pm
The Chapel at the Abbey
696 N. Robertson Blvd. 


Join the City of West Hollywood’s One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival, The Abbey Food and Bar, and Sparkleblob's JP Craft Captain as we celebrate Harvey Milk Day with an artist-led protest signmaking workshop so you can be prepared for the #ResistMarch on June 11! 

All supplies for making protest signs are provided, just bring your anger, wit and creativity. Artists will be standing by to assist those who are creatively stymied. Comments from the West Hollywood City Council will take place at 7:45pm. 

One City One Pride runs from May 22 to June 30 with many free events which explore LGBTQ pride including a full day of history on June 3, more info at www.weho.org/pride

Location of kick-off: The Abbey Food & Bar, 692 N. Robertson Boulevard. Free admission. 

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@wehoarts
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#wehopridewww.weho.org/pride

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May
22
to Jun 9

Protest Sign-Making Workshops (May 22 - June 9)

Visual Art
Free

May 22 - June 9, Times Vary
Multiple Locations - See Below for Details

Join the City of West Hollywood’s One City One Pride festival for a series of artist-led protest sign making workshops led by Sparkleblob's JP so you can be prepared for the #ResistMarch on June 11!

All workshops are drop in, no RSVPs are necessary, and supplies for making protest signs and pins are provided, just bring your anger, wit and creativity. Artists will be standing by to assist those who are creatively stymied. The workshops are listed below:

  • May 22, 5pm-9pm - Join us at the kickoff of One City One Pride for sign making, community, and happy hour at The Abbey
     
  • June 2, 7-9pm: Channel your activist spirit at the opening of ‘Lesbians to Watch Out For: ‘90s L.A. Activism’ exhibit at Long Hall, Plummer Park
     
  • June 3, 10:30am-5pm - Come before, during or after the Stuart Timmons LGBTQ History tour (West Hollywood Council Chambers)
     
  • June 9, 6pm-8:30pm- Dyke March (Sal Guarriello Memorial Park)
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