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Looking for Lesbians--an exhibit featuring the works of ONE Archives Artist-in-Residence Sarah Joy Ford, opened on Saturday, July 23, 2022 at the ONE Gallery in West Hollywood at 626 North Robertson Boulevard. The exhibit, curated by Alexis Bard Johnson,...
Venice Beach artist, Joel Shields, is creating a new form of guerrilla art using colorful yarn and city landscapes as a deconstructed canvas. He brought his latest rogue creation to the city of West Hollywood recently where he wraps the yarn...
LED lighting in two panels of the Parallel Perpendicular sculpture are completely burned out, possibly a result from power outages throughout West Hollywood last week. The art installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III has a third panel that...
Prism Comics & The City of West Hollywood hosted the first ever Q Con, a queer comic convention for LGBT comic book fans on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Fiesta Hall’s Plummer Park.   Prism Comics (https://www.prismcomics.org/) is a nonprofit organization...
West Hollywood’s Meringue art installation by artist Kiduck Kim, has been lit up in pink, light blue, and rainbow colors for the duration of Pride Month as part of the city's LGBT Arts Festival (formerly known as the One City...
WeHo Pride Poets are popping up all over the city with typewriter installations, a phone line, and a podcast during Pride Month 2022. This year features 25 LGBTQ+ poets who will hear your stories and give you a custom...
Wallspace art gallery, located at 7701 Santa Monica Boulevard, presents ‘FREE TO BE E(WE)!", a solo and immersive installation by Ricky Sencion aka "Little Ricky." There will be an opening reception from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Thursday June...
The Beverly Hills Art Show is bringing its spring installment to Santa Monica Boulevard, between Canon Drive and Rexford Drive. The bi-annual Art Show is taking over three blocks at Beverly Gardens Park this weekend, Saturday, May 21, and Sunday,...
New Our Pride mural was completed yesterday at West Hollywood City Hall, 8300 Santa Monica Blvd. The new art installation by artist LaToya Peoples is part of the City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division 2022 WEHO Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival....
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