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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...
Don't miss “The Gutter Art of Stephen Varble: Genderqueer Performance Art in the 1970s, Photographs by Greg Day” going on exhibit at the ONE Gallery, West Hollywood. The show will run from March 1, 2019 – May 17, 2019....
A Pride Progress Crosswalk is replacing West Hollywood's Rainbow Crosswalk. At a regular West Hollywood City Council Meeting on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, the council approved Item 4.E. in the agenda addressing the Transgender Flag Crosswalk and Inclusivity Update...
As Poet Laureate of the City of West Hollywood, I’m always looking out for writing nooks to inspire the muse. These are some of my favorites from the past year serving as the official poet of the city! === Laurel Park Nestled...
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...
The City of West Hollywood recently awarded three WeHo resident artists with a $5,000 grant each, through its 2021 WeHo Artist Grant Program. The grant aims to nurture and support the long-term development of an artist’s ideas by providing...
The neon ONE LOVE sign art installation by street artist Scott Froschauer is back on Santa Monica Boulevard near the Holloway Drive intersection. The artwork, curated by long-time West Hollywood resident Valda Lake, the owner of Wallspace Gallery, was hauled...
The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division is seeking artist’s proposals for a hand-painted pride mural on an exterior wall at City Hall located at 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard. The proposed mural will celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride in West Hollywood....
West Hollywood's Meringue art installation by artist Kiduck Kim, has been lit in the colors of the Ukrainian flag to show support for the war-torn country currently under attack by Russian military forces. "In the City of West Hollywood, our...
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