Pride Publics: Words and Action

Join the Intercultural Community Center & One Archives Foundation on November 5th for the opening of an immersive art installation, on display through November 20th. 


Nov5
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
2021-11-05 17:00:00 2021-11-05 20:00:00 Pride Publics: Words and Action

Join us for the opening of a temporary installation of “Pride Publics: Words and Actions,” which stages a visual dialogue between historical and contemporary LGBTQ+ changemakers. This immersive exhibit takes place at Occidental College's Intercultural Community Center, and is designed and curated by Rubén Esparza. The exhibition is on view from November 5 – 20, 2021.

Our opening reception begins on November 5th at 5pm PT, and the program starts at 6pm PT. The opening program features live performances from Pau S. Pescador and readings from Rocío Carlos, Ani Cooney, and Irene Suico Soriano. 

Pride Publics: Words and Actions is made possible in part by California Humanities, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Schmitt-Young Group at Morgan Stanley, and Steve Pepdjonovic & Joshua Jetson. Special thanks to Occidental College’s Intercultural Community Center, Office of Religious & Spiritual Life, and OxyArts.

To Attend

This event is free. To ensure your entry, please fill out this RSVP form no later than Thursday, Nov 4 at noon PT: https://tinyurl.com/pridepublicsOxy

Location: The exhibition is located inside the Intercultural Community Center at Occidental College. The address is 1501 Campus Road, Los Angeles CA 90041. Street parking is available on Campus Road and Armadale Avenue. 

Exhibition parking is available on Campus Road and Armadale Avenue.

COVID Information

This exhibition is installed in doors and the opening event will take place outdoors. For the health and safety of everyone, all guests must provice proof of vaccicnation against COVID-19 and wear masks while indoors. This event will abide by all of Occidental College’s safety protocols and are subject to change, following LA County Public Health guidelines.

America/Los_Angeles public
Price:
Free
Event Date: Friday, November 5, 2021

Join us for the opening of a temporary installation of “Pride Publics: Words and Actions,” which stages a visual dialogue between historical and contemporary LGBTQ+ changemakers. This immersive exhibit takes place at Occidental College's Intercultural Community Center, and is designed and curated by Rubén Esparza. The exhibition is on view from November 5 – 20, 2021.

Our opening reception begins on November 5th at 5pm PT, and the program starts at 6pm PT. The opening program features live performances from Pau S. Pescador and readings from Rocío Carlos, Ani Cooney, and Irene Suico Soriano. 

Pride Publics: Words and Actions is made possible in part by California Humanities, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Schmitt-Young Group at Morgan Stanley, and Steve Pepdjonovic & Joshua Jetson. Special thanks to Occidental College’s Intercultural Community Center, Office of Religious & Spiritual Life, and OxyArts.

To Attend

This event is free. To ensure your entry, please fill out this RSVP form no later than Thursday, Nov 4 at noon PT: https://tinyurl.com/pridepublicsOxy

Location: The exhibition is located inside the Intercultural Community Center at Occidental College. The address is 1501 Campus Road, Los Angeles CA 90041. Street parking is available on Campus Road and Armadale Avenue. 

Exhibition parking is available on Campus Road and Armadale Avenue.

COVID Information

This exhibition is installed in doors and the opening event will take place outdoors. For the health and safety of everyone, all guests must provice proof of vaccicnation against COVID-19 and wear masks while indoors. This event will abide by all of Occidental College’s safety protocols and are subject to change, following LA County Public Health guidelines.