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ARTS & CULTURAL PROGRAMS

The Center is your cultural home base, and has been at the heart of New York City’s LGBT community since our earliest days. From our long-running Second Tuesday lecture series to premieres, panels and performances, we attract notable public figures from the arts, politics and academia to create, connect and celebrate with you.

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For avid arts and culture enthusiasts, learn more about volunteering at Center arts and culture events.

Center arts and cultural programs are made possible by a grant from The Kors Le Pere Foundation.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Divided States of America
Exhibit runs through March 2017

Given the highly divisive rhetoric that dominated the past presidential election cycle, "Divided States of America" was organized in the spirit of unification in the face of adversity. The exhibition showcases a wide range of artists whose work resists the calls for division, exclusion and regression in our current era.

THE PAT PARKER/VITO RUSSO LIBRARY BOOK DISCUSSION: "1984" BY GEORGE ORWELL
February 28, 2017
8 p.m.

This dystopian novel examines a world of historical revisionism and alternative facts where a party seeks power for its own sake, persecutes independent thinking and Big Brother is always watching.

THE PAT PARKER/VITO RUSSO LIBRARY BOOK DISCUSSION: "The Color Purple" By Alice Walker
March 7, 2017
8 p.m.

Winner of the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, the acclaimed novel, told through the story of Celie Harris, weaves a mosaic of women of color, joined by their love for each other, the men who abuse them and the children they care for.

NEWFEST AT THE CENTER PRESENTS "GIRL ON GIRL"
March 15, 2017
7 p.m.

Join us for this documentary portrait highlighting the emotional consequences of feminine lesbian invisibility–the phenomenon in which, due to feminine or “passing appearance,” countless LGBTQ women are rendered invisible to the world and each other.

CENTER TALKS PRESENTS A CONVERSATION WITH DR. MARCI BOWERS
March 23, 2017
7 p.m.

Join this up close and personal discussion with a champion of the community, as we learn of Dr. Bowers' personal journey and commitment to equity in the field of medicine.

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