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‘Out There’ Art Exhibit Shines Light on LGBT Experience

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The City of West Hollywood and the Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) will present the fifth annual “Out There” art exhibit at Gallery 825, 825 N. La Cienega Boulevard.

The exhibit will open on Friday, June 8, 2012, and a reception will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The exhibit will run through Friday, June 15, 2012. The gallery’s regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. It is part of the City’s annual One City/One Pride, series of events that celebrates LGBT arts and culture.
“Out There” is an all-media exhibit that celebrates and acknowledges the special opportunities that West Hollywood provides for creative individuals. It is juried by Francisco George and William Escalera.

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The exhibit’s featured artists include Ruben Acosta, Gary Frederick Brown, J.T. Burke, Jarred Cairns, Ellen Cantor, Joanne Chase-Mattillo, Michael Chearney, Nicholas Coroneos, Yu Cotton-Well, Adrienne Davis, Jolly de Guzman, Jose L. De Juan, Raul De La Torre, Wanda Decca, Jack Dorlan, Lore Eckelberry, Hadiya Finley, Helane Freeman, Dwora Fried, Norbert Garcia, Michael Giliberti, Teale Hatheway, Eileen Hespen, Kirk Kain, Motoko Kamada, Jim Keville, Linda Kunik, Teresa Lakier, Echo Lew and Gray Malin.

Other featured artists include Mary Grace McKernan, Daniel Monteavaro, Andy Moses, Marin Murakoshi, Michael Ochinero, Mei Xian Qiu, Burton Rein, Rachael Rendon, Karrie Ross, Dennis Ruble, Linda Jo Russell, Susan Sanchez, Heather Scholl, Cory Sewelson, Sharron Shayne, Rena Small, Ashleigh Sumner, Hui Tan, Phil Tarley, Joseph Terrill, Vincent Tomczyk, Tim Townsley, Ariel Vargassal, Frank Ventrola, Cathy Weiss, Davyd Whaley, Karen Frimkess Wolff and Joan Wulf.

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Admission is free. For more information, please call Andrew Campbell, Cultural Affairs Administrator for the City of West Hollywood, at (323) 848-6883 or the Los Angeles Arts Association, at (310) 652-8272 or visit www.laaa.org

Author: Staff

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