Sunday, June 2, 2013, 12-8pm

El Tovar Parking Lot across from the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum
8752 El Tovar Place
West Hollywood, CA 90069

This event is free and open to the public; suggested donation of $10.

ONE Archives is excited to sponsor the second installment of the pop-up arts festival INSTALL:WeHo, this year presenting a series of installations and performances that explore the idea of “Good Queer.” For the festival, artists examine what it means to be a good queer in today’s society. Does it mean challenging traditional definitions of homosexuality and heterosexuality? Does it mean embracing the moveable feast of letters (LGBTQI) that has come to stand for those under the queer umbrella who are in need of more explicit protection? How does it affect our private and public lives and perceptions? How do the actions of performance and object-making intersect with the actions of challenging and embracing within this queer discourse? The manifestation of these questions and sentiments once again find a home in a caravan of U-haul trucks and a day-long celebration of queer art, installation and performance in the Greater Los Angeles Area.


Featured Artists:
Brian Getnick
Julie Tolentino
Suzanne Wright

Returning INSTALL:2012 Alumni:
Apt 3F (Andrew Henkes and David LeBarron)
Patrisse Cullors
Onya Hogan-Finlay & Kim Kelly
Thinh Nguyen
Amy Von Harrington

New Truck Artists:
Sarah Barnard
Jason Jenn (The Lavender Effect)
Shelia Malone & Gwynn Shanks

New Featured Performers:
Beloved Spritis (Jas Wade & Three Breazell)
Liz Toonkel


INSTALL: WeHo is presented in association with The City of West Hollywood’s One City One Pride. INSTALL is sponsored by the City of West Hollywood, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Pasadena Arts Council, Green Public Art, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, CA LGBT Arts Alliance, and Frontiers Magazine.


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