Pride Publics: Words and Actions is a multisite exhibition organized by ONE Archives Foundation and curated by Rubén Esparza. With 28 large-scale posters installed as wheatpaste in a public site, this exhibition stages a visual dialogue between historical and contemporary changemakers.
The exhibition examines themes central to LGBTQ + public life and highlights trailblazers and their visions. And it chronicles moments of multi-generational progress and community actions that contribute to the wellbeing and advancement of queer and trans life in the public realm.
Site #2, Los Angeles State Historic Park (Downtown LA): October 9 – 31
Location: The exhibition is mounted the fence on the south end of the park, near the Welcome Center, facing the interior of the park. LA State Historic Park is open everyday from 8AM – sunset.