SECOND TUESDAY: SARAH SCHULMAN IN CONVERSATION WITH STEVEN THRASHER
TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2021, 6:30 P.M. ET
Twenty years in the making, Sarah Schulman’s “Let the Record Show: A Political History of ACT UP New York, 1987-1993” is the most comprehensive political history of ACT UP and American AIDS activism ever collected. At this event, Schulman will talk about the book with AIDS- and political-activist Steven Thrasher.
CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP FOR THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY
TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2021, 8:30 A.M. ET
Join leaders from Corporate Partners of The Center as we discuss ways companies have and continue to be good corporate citizens for the LGBTQ community, even in the face of challenges.
ART AUCTION IN SUPPORT OF THE CENTER
JUNE 16-21, 2021
In partnership with Artspace, The Center is proud to announce a special art auction from Wednesday, June 16 through Monday, June 21. Pieces from 18 artists, including Alex Katz, Eric Brown, Deborah Czeresko, and TM Davy, are available for purchase, as well as a special print edition from artist Celeste Dupuy-Spencer.
RISEOUT ACTION TEAM JUNE MEETING
A CELEBRATION AND A CALL TO ACTION
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2021, 6-7:30 p.m. ET
This Pride month, RiseOut is reflecting on the progress and strides that our community has made, and continuing to fight for LGBTQ rights through civic engagement! Join us for a special edition of our RiseOut Action Team meeting where our friends will celebrate our success.
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2021, 7 P.M. ET
This year, Gotham Volleyball commemorates its 40th anniversary, spotlighting its mission to improve the quality of life for LGBTQ+ individuals by building community through the sport of volleyball.
VISIONS OF PRIDE: PARIS IS STILL BURNING
ON VIEW JUNE 22-JULY 11, 2021
THE HIGHLINE 14TH STREET PASSAGE
The Center, in partnership with The High Line, is proud to present “Visions of Pride: Paris is Still Burning,” an in-person photo exhibition. The exhibit depicts the multifaceted nature of ballroom culture in New York City and nationwide through the lenses of photographers Anja Matthes, Damien Armstrong, and William Isaac Lockhart.
BLACK PRIDE AT THE CENTER: HEALING, BUILDING, THRIVING
JUNE 23, 2021, 12-4 P.M. ET | JUNE 24, 2021, 4-6 P.M. ET
The RiseOut Advocacy Council is proud to present and encourages you to join us for “Black Pride at The Center: Healing, Building, Thriving,” where BIPOC members of the community will be highlighted and celebrated with pride!
THE CENTER’S VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 2021, 2 P.M. ET
All are invited to learn about The Center and the work we do through a number of interactive activities. We’ll have community partner presentations, an artist’s panel discussion, and even a jazz concert presented in partnership with the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.