Please join ONE Archives for the opening reception of
60 Years of Queer Organizations in L.A.
Hosted by the Office of Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa
Thursday, June 7, 2012, 6:30-8pm
Los Angeles City Hall
Bridge Gallery, 3rd Floor
This reception is free and open to the public.
To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Christopher Street West Float, 1980. Morris Kight Collection. ONE Archives|
A A critical factor in LGBTQ history has been the establishment of our own organizations to meet the needs and express the values of our community.
To chronicle and pay homage to those organizations, ONE Archives has
produced Defiant Spaces: 60 Years of Queer Organizations in L.A., an exhibition exploring the history of over 40 LGBTQ organizations in the Los Angeles region.
Defiant Spaces will be on view June 7 - July 5, 2012 as the centerpiece of the City of Los Angeles' LGBT Heritage Month.
Parking for the opening reception is located at
200 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 on the westside of
Los Angeles between Temple & 1st across the street from Parker Center.
As you travel south on Los Angeles Street from Temple Street,
the parking garage will be on your right-hand side, just past the
mid-block traffic light. Turn RIGHT into the driveway.
Please click here to download the invitation you will need to
present the attendant for free parking.
Park in the "Visitor's Section" of P2. Walk south toward the white vans and
city cars parked inside a fence. Follow the walkway to a door with a large sign
that reminds city employees to have their ID badges visible at all times.
Enter the door and take either bank of elevators to the 3rd floor.
The Bridge Gallery is located at Visitor Sign-in.
For more information on Defiant Spaces, please visit onearchives.org.
Generous support for Defiant Spaces has been provided by Wells Fargo.