The Latino GLBT History Project Presents Voices of Pride at the Human Rights Campaign

By Editorial Team on June 3, 2019

David Amoroso, Si se puede…en Mexico, Acrylic on canvas, 2019.
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Opening: Tuesday, June 4 from 5pm to 9pm
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Artist performances: 5:00, 6:45 pm
Artist Talk: 7:30 pm

The Latino GLBT History Project is pleased to present Voices of Pride, an exhibition that brings together the work of twelve Latinx artists embracing LGBT pride in a myriad of approaches. Their artwork invites us to consider established ideas concerning appearances, tradition, the body, and belonging, encouraging us to be more attentive and aware of the voices that shape us, and the way we use our own.

Ashley Llanes, La Quinceañera 3, Digital C Print, 2018-2019.

Andrea García, Ashley Llanes, Carlita Peña, David Amoroso, Felipe Baeza, Héctor Torres, Johanna Toruño, Louie Ortiz-Fonseca, Nicolas Shi, Selena Alvarez, William Amaya, Xemi the Two-Spirit

Human Rights Campaign is located at 1640 Rhode Island Ave. NW.