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May 2017

Circuit Shakers

May 21July 11

Two great reasons to visit Florida and more amazing parties: Miami Beach Gay Pride April 7-9 Miami Beach Gay Pride draws over 130,000 people to celebrate on the beach each year. Over time, this massive celebration has grown from a neighborhood party into a world-class event featuring stars like Gloria Estefan and Adam Lambert. miamibeachgaypride.com Matinée Easter Weekend April 13-16 The third edition of europe’s hot spring festival returns to Barcelona for four days of internationally known DJs and events…

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Robert Rauschenberg Retrospective at the MoMa

May 21September 17
Museum of Modern Art (MoMa)
11 West 53 Street New York, NY 10019 + Google Map

Gay artist Robert Rauschenberg gets a huge retrospective of his six-decade career at NYC’s MoMA.

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June 2017

NYC Gay Pride 2017: Concerts, Festivals, Events and A Televised Parade

June 23 | 12:00 pmJune 25 | 10:00 pm
West St. at N. Moore St.
West St. at N. Moore St. New York, 10013 + Google Map
$100.00

Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a rollercoaster ride through New York's Pride weekend. Anything that sets your LGBT heart aflutter or toes to tapping is available this weekend in greater abundance than any one human could possibly take in. As everyone (we hope) now knows, the Dance on the Pier has been replaced by a mammoth three-night event called Pride Island on Pier 26. This year's talent features Ms. Patti Labelle (the voice behind the original "Lady Marmalade"…

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Get Facetime With Adam Lambert on the Metrosource Cover

June 25
12:00 pm
6:00 pm

Smile: You're on the cover of Metrosource with American Idol alumnus and frequent Queen frontman Adam Lambert! Here's how you can grab a GIF that will make your Pride memorable. Take a look at the map below, because that's where's where we'll be this Sunday — where Chelsea becomes the Meat Packing District — from noon until 6 p.m. The Metrosource booth is #A20. Drop by and register for our raffle, which could score you a $50 gift card from…

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Sunday at The Met | Irving Penn: Centennial

June 25
2:00 pm
3:30 pm
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10028 + Google Map
Free

Gain insight into the Museum and its exhibitions at afternoon programs organized around specific themes. Each program features a combination of lectures, films, discussions, readings, panels, demonstrations, or performances. Free with Museum admission; no tickets or reservations are required unless otherwise noted. Vince Aletti, writer Phyllis Posnick, Executive Fashion Editor, Vogue Jeff L. Rosenheim, Joyce Frank Menschel Curator in Charge, Department of Photographs, The Met Learn about the life and work of Irving Penn and his magazine photographs. The Grace…

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How I Got Over: A Conversation with Janet Mock

June 26 | 7:00 pm
The Greene Space
44 Charlton St. New York, NY 10014 + Google Map
$15

Janet Mock continues to chronicle her journey as a writer, TV host and advocate in her new memoir, “Surpassing Certainty.” In this follow-up to her 2014 bestselling “Redefining Realness,” Mock revisits her young adulthood as she learns how to navigate her trans identity and advocate for herself, so that she could go on to advocate for others. WNYC editor Rebecca Carroll hosts an unconventional conversation with Mock about her writing and activism as part of The Greene Space’s series How…

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Paul Gauguin & The Marquesas: Paradise Found?

June 26 | 7:00 pm
Albertine
972 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10075 + Google Map
Free

A Conversation with Caroline Boyle-Turner and Maia Nuku On the occasion of the exhibition Gauguin: Artist as Alchimist opening at The Art Institut of Chicago on June 25, we will be hosting a conversation on Paul Gauguin with Caroline Boyle-Turner, author of Paul Gauguin & The Marquesas: Paradise Found? and Associate Curator for Oceanic Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Maia Nuku. While the work produced by Gauguin in Tahiti has been extensively catalogued and analyzed over the past…

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Modern Mondays: An Evening with Filipa César

June 26 | 7:00 pm
Museum of Modern Art
11 W. 53rd St. New York, NY 10019 + Google Map
$12

The Portuguese-born, Berlin-based artist and filmmaker Filipa César presents an evening of short films in advance of a weeklong MoMA run of her first feature, Spell Reel. César’s work exists at the intersection of fiction and documentary, exploring history, place, and identity through intertwined personal and national narratives. Characterized by rigorous structural and lyrical elements, her multiform meditations often focus on Portuguese colonialism and the liberation of Guinea-Bissau in the 1960s and 1970s. The screening will be followed by a…

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Salon Americano: Fake News | Featuring Peter Saul and Hosted by Lolita Cros

June 27
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
Hotel Americano
518 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001 + Google Map
Free

Join us on Tuesday, June 27th for “Fake News”, a conversation with curator Lolita Cros and one of the fathers of Pop Art, Peter Saul, best known for his colorful and cartoonish paintings which satirize American culture. About Peter Saul: Peter Saul (b. 1934) is an American painter. Often considered one of the fathers of Pop Art, he is known for his distinctively colorful and cartoonish paintings which satirize American culture. Since his first solo exhibition, in Chicago in 1961,…

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Surpassing Certainty: Janet Mock in Conversation with Lisa Lucas

June 27 | 7:00 pm
New York Public Library—Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
476 5th Ave New York, NY 10018 + Google Map
Free

Surpassing Certainty, the new memoir from writer, TV host, and advocate Janet Mock is a riveting, rousing, and utterly real portrait of a young woman searching for her purpose and place in the world—without a road map to guide her. Mock will be joined in conversation by Lisa Lucas, Executive Director of the National Book Foundation, and will be on hand to sign books afterward. The journey begins a few months before her twentieth birthday. Janet Mock is adjusting to…

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You: On Audre Lorde & David Wojnarowicz

June 28
6:30 pm
8:00 pm
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
26 Wooster St. New York, NY 10013 + Google Map
Free

Presentations by Cleopatra Acquaye-Reynolds, Anneliis Beadnell, Pamela Sneed, and Marvin Taylor, followed by a conversation moderated by Visual AIDS Programs Director Alex Fialho YOUR SILENCE WILL NOT PROTECT YOU considers the activist voices and rousing language used by Audre Lorde and David Wojnarowicz, both of whom are featured in the exhibition VOICE=SURVIVAL. Respectively, both Lorde and Wojnarowicz’s creative practices stand as resounding calls to action, inspiring others to confront injustice. The evening will begin with recorded excerpts of Lorde’s essay…

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The Writer’s Art: A Conversation with Jean Strouse & Colm Tóibín 


June 28 | 6:30 pm
Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Ave New York, NY 10016 + Google Map
$15

In his fiction Henry James wrote about artists, collectors, and galleries. He was fascinated by painters and paintings and his friends and associates included John La Farge, John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler, Frank Duveneck and William Wetmore Story. James’s letters vividly convey his response to visual culture and his work as a novelist was filled with the drama of watching and noticing: the most dramatic, intense and memorable moments in his fiction appear as though framed. Jean Strouse, biographer…

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