“Rainbow SHIFT 3.0” | 11th August | LA

In collaboration with The Montálban and Tigrefino Projects

Following We Choose Art’s philosophy of creating a collaborative community of artistic expression, and in celebration of LGBTQ awareness, this unique exhibition presents each artist’s individual visionary constructions in the context of the changing social and legal landscape, and is a select opportunity for queer visual, performing, and literary artists, and organizations to meet each other, plug their projects, and collaborate.

Rainbow SHIFT was created to fuse art with social justice and explore notions of aspiration, socialization, and representation within the LGBTQ community through artists employing thread-based craft materials, visual illustrations, paintings, sculptures, and photography techniques.

Live Performances Powered by PLANET QUEER
Odious Ari – 8:00p
Travis Wood – 8:30
Robbie McDonald – 9:00
Martin Matamoros – 9:30
Scarlett Lassoff – 10:00
The Megoman – 10:30
Hosted by Ian MacKinnon from PLANET QUEER

Visual Art by
Diane Williams, Edie Xu, Erica Soto, Greg Orloff, Johnie Thornton, Lena Moross, Leonard D. Greco, Mark Lord, Matthew Dean Stewart, Miguel Angel Reyes, Monica Orozco, Oskar Laffont, Ruben Esparza, Ryan Campell, Stuart Sandford, Tiger Munson, Zara Monet Feeney and more.

Curated by Baha H. Danesh and Tiger Munson

Friday from 7 to 11p
The Montalbån / Rooftop Cinema Hollywood


Tom of Finland Foundation Life Drawing Session | 13th August | LA


Uninstructed Nude Figure Drawing and Painting

Each month the Foundation offers a friendly
and positive environment to practice your skills.
Please bring your own materials.

Sunday, 1-4p

[Early arrival suggested due to parking availability]

MODEL: Mark Austen

Spinning the tunes: DJ RocketManLA, with over 100,000 songs!


Coordinator: Miguel Angel Reyes
Reservations Required
[Kindly notify if you must cancel]

$30 suggested donation upon arrival.
$25 in advance from Eventbrite.
Scholarship funds available.

Please use your phone outside the drawing area.
(No photography)

TOM House
Echo Park

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