Exhibitions and Public Programs
In the Press
- It’s Nice That, June, 15, 2022
- THEM, April 15, 2022
- The Advocate, November 18, 2020
- MARCH, Journal of Art and Strategy, July 7, 2020
- LA Weekly, June 11, 2020
- Hyperallergic, April 30, 2020
- LA Blade, February 2, 2020
- Autostraddle, May 18, 2020
- The Body, May 19, 2020
- Lambda Literary, January 12, 2020
ONE Archives Foundation organizes art shows and public programs that explore the complexity of LGBTQ history through the lens of arts, culture, and contemporary issues. Our exhibitions illuminate archival elements from ONE Archives at the USC Libraries alongside artist projects and works, within the context of societal issues and cultural inquiries writ large.
Open and free to public, our exhibitions are presented to communities through public event programming at ONE Gallery, West Hollywood, and other publicly accessible sites. ONE Gallery is managed by ONE Archives Foundation, courtesy of the City of West Hollywood.
We also present online exhibitions and public programs to engage with broad and diverse communities.
For inquiries related to exhibition and public programming, please email Umi Hsu, Director of Content Strategy, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out Exhibitions and Public Programs at our partnered organization ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.
On view now: Archival Intimacies: Queering South/East Asian Diasporas
On View Now
Together On the Air, Hybrid Exhibit on Queer Latinx Radio
Periodically Queer - podcast on LGBTQ+ community-building through print media
Previously On View
Days of Rage, Multimedia Exhibit on Activist Posters
Pride Publics: Words and Actions, a multisite outdoor exhibition
Metanoia Online, an interactive exhibit on transformation, AIDS archives, and activism
WHAT DOES AN UPRISING DOULA DO? ZINE, EDITED BY Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, Pato Hebert & WWHIVDD
It's Not Over: Posters and Graphics from Early AIDS Activism - a temporary public art exhibit
you are here, curated by Youth Ambassadors of Queer History 2020
Image Credit: Opening Reception, Metanoia: Transformation of AIDS Archives and Activism, photo by Priscilla Mars.