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Latino LGBT artists draw attention with heartfelt works
For a group of Latino LGBT artists, it was time to reclaim a Spanish pejorative in much the same way the term "queer" has been re-appropriated by American gays and lesbians for a show in Dallas.
June 22, 2018
A Very Queer Street Art Movement Is Spreading Across the US
Self-labeled “queer street artists” are increasingly talking back against homophobia and claiming a share of ownership in public space through subversive and explicitly queer imagery.
June 16, 2018
LGBTQ Artists on Their Pride Inspirations
LGBTQ artists reveal who they are inspired by, turned on by and listening to.
June 15, 2018
A Guide to Mumbai's Diverse LGBTQ+ Arts Scene
Just below the surface, the city's LGBTQ+ dance, music and nightlife communities are thriving.
June 14, 2018
Gay Black Artist Jonathan Lyndon Chase Makes His Mark in Hollywood
Jonathan Lyndon Chase does not paint self-portraits. But in every stroke and atom of his prismatic, distressed and lyrically visceral mixed-media portraits, the artist embodies his own sense of self, both literally and figuratively constructing complex aspects of personal identity right before your eyes.
June 07, 2018
Pride month: the exhibitions celebrating LGBT art in June
During this year’s Pride month, a selection of exhibits across the US will showcase a variety of queer art from the political to the personal
June 07, 2018
Now In Its 11th Year, “Out There” at Gallery 825 Celebrates the LGBT Experience
We’re only a few days into Pride Month, and already Los Angeles is feeling the love from galleries to brasseries, beaches, dance parties and parade plans. For its part, West Hollywood-based Gallery 825, home to the nearly one century-old Los Angeles Art Association, returns this weekend with the 11th annua
June 05, 2018
TransAkron Raises Awareness and Shares Stories of Akron Transgender Community
The Gay Community Endowment Fund (GCEF) of Akron Community Foundation has unveiled a new photojournalism series aimed at fighting stereotypes, increasing inclusion for the transgender community, and celebrating Pride Month.
June 01, 2018
Karin Lee: QueerSum ?
Queer-sum a “Chinglish” translation and play on the words Queer Love, alludes to queer attraction that people experience, even though they believe themselves to be straight identified – or queer-sum (sum=heart=love).
May 31, 2018
Renae Barnard Open Studio - May 27th, 2018
Fine artist Renae Barnard opens the doors to her private studio location in Los Angeles for an exclusive showcase Sunday, May 27th from 12 - 3pm . Invitees will be the first to preview recently completed works by the artist.
May 23, 2018
Photo Competition: What Now?
Photo Competition: What Now? Things feel less certain for a lot of people than they did even 3 or 5 or 10 years ago. So what are you going to do about it? What now? What now for you as an individual? What now for your family or community? What now for your place of birth or the place you call home?
May 18, 2018
Art in Anthony
Courtesy of Fat Stache Studio, June 2018 Web Exclusive. Local artist Marisa Hall Valdez has made the Valley her home for nearly 20 years, but the first 21 years of her life were forged on the outskirts of El Paso, Texas, in the town of Anthony. 
May 18, 2018
   Echo Magazine
These Arab comics redefine love within the LGBT community
"In the end, love is the feeling that wins"
May 11, 2018
‘Gender Illumination’ Lights Thai LGBT Diversity
Lipstick, high heels, Barbie dolls, cabaret costumes and a letter approving a transgender man to wear pants to an exam are among the Thai LGBT artifacts to be show at a museum.
May 09, 2018
West Hollywood Q&A: Art of Chase
How does a brand attain that elusive cool factor that resonates with customers? One strategy is to work with influencers or set up shop in a town like West Hollywood where it’s baked into our DNA. Another is to collaborate with people who make their living creating things that disrupt our daily lives and make …
May 05, 2018
This High-Heeled “Bear-llerino” Is Teaching Us To Dance Like No One’s Watching
Robyn isn’t the only one dancing on her own: Have you seen Erik Cavanaugh?
May 04, 2018
   Bear World Magazine
Cut & Paste: Transgender group art show aims for visibility as safety issues linger
Over the past five years, the Metro Trans Umbrella Group art show has more than doubled in size. This year’s event at Koken Art Factory in south St. Louis
April 27, 2018
How Tom of Finland’s Celebratory, Sexy Visions of Gay Love Have Empowered Others for over 60 Years
A new show in Detroit celebrates the artist’s campy, celebratory, erotic world of men. It’s a place where everyone just wants to have some fun.
April 13, 2018
LGBT Artist Mitch D’Arte Explores Faith, Belief and Religion in Newest Exhibit
This story originally appeared in our sister publication, Out In SA. Nationally recognized artist Mitch D’Arte works in a variety of styles — fro
April 07, 2018
Kushner's 'Angels in America' goes from London to Broadway. But where's the power of transformation?
Broadway review of “Angels in America Parts 1 & 2” from London’s National Theatre, starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield.
March 26, 2018
This Met Museum Tour Exposes All of the Hidden Scandals Behind the Art
Traditional museum guides can be a bit of a snooze—which is why the idea behind "Shady Ladies," a New York City-based tour company, is downright genius. Guides will take you behind the canvas of some of the Metropolitan’s most well-known works, and into the subversive world of the artist’s ulterior meanings and motives.
March 25, 2018
Gay visual artist Trevor Wayne bringing signature pop culture aesthetic to Dad's Garage
The Golden Girls. Frankenstein. And visual artist Trevor Wayne. What do these three figures have in common? They’re all gracing Dad’s Garage in March. Of course, only Wayne will be there in the flesh. The other two will merely be appearing in prints by the openly gay artist —but icons still retain their power, even …
March 17, 2018
LGBT Youth Advocate Sir Ivan Joins The Board of Directors of The College of Communication, Architecture + the Arts (CARTA)
MIAMI – February 28, 2018 – The College of Communication, Architecture + the Arts (CARTA) at Florida International University (FIU) has announced that “Sir Ivan” Wilzig has Joined the College's Board of Directors.
March 07, 2018
The Princess Bride Finds Her One True Love At The Historic Camelot The | Gay Desert Guide
Among Friends Community Group presents “At The Movies,” THE PRINCESS BRIDE interactive movie and renn faire, Wednesday, February 28th.
February 15, 2018
   Gay Desert Guide

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