In Our Galleries - Los Angeles LGBT Center

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Our Advocate & Gochis Galleries display and sell the works of emerging and established artists.

 


The Los Angeles LGBT Center's Advocate and Gochis Galleries present

Let Me Come Home

Curated by Alan Barrows

Unbound

March 21 - May 31

Reception / Artist Meet & Greet, with a performance by Trans Chorus of Los Angeles: March 21, 7-9 p.m.
Admission: FREE

Featured Artists

Jane Bauman, Michael Becker, Geoffrey Bohm, Zackary Drucker, Ruben Esparza, Robby Gordon, Baz Here, Dani Kollin, Greer Lankton, Andrew Overtoom, Daniel Ramirez, Skip Snow, Lisle Taaje, David Wojnarowizc, Scott Woodward, Eli Yomtov, Rhonda Zwillinger


To schedule a private viewing when the gallery is normally closed, please email your request to [email protected]. Most artwork is available for purchase through the on-site ticket booth. At least 50% of all sale proceeds support the Los Angeles LGBT Center's mission to build a better world for LGBT people.

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1125 N. McCadden Place
Los Angeles, CA 90038

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