Reclaiming My Pride Art Exhibition
June 21 - June 24
During Pride Week in New York City, Metrosource and One World Observatory are displaying the works from Reclaiming My Pride, a national art contest designed to showcase the spirit of community, creativity, and charity in America’s LGBTQ populace. The ten finalists from the contest will be showcased at a public exhibition.
“Para Mi Gente” by Bridgette Victoria Cruz, 26, of Queens, NY
“Dare to Be Yourself” by Ivan Medina, 34, of NYC
“Home” by David Jester, 57, of San Diego, CA
“The Art Engineer” by Luis Martin, 37, of Brooklyn, NY
“Rotted Ribcage” by Logan Benedict, 20, of Middletown, Delaware
“Abandoned” by Tom Cullis, 54, from Newport Beach, CA
“Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” by Paul Anagnostopoulos, 27, of Merrick, NY
“Speak Up and Reclaim Your Pride” by Charles Caldwell, 53, Rahway, NJ
“in/visibility” by Abigail Taylor, 24, of Brooklyn, NY
“A Celebration of Queer Expression” by James Falciano,28, Brooklyn, NY
Hours: 9 am – 9 pm
Cost is $2 in addition to the Standard or Priority Reserved admission fees.
$1 from every ticket sold to the exhibition will be donated to The Ali Forney Center.
Visit the Reclaiming My Pride page to see gallery images and learn more about the contest and the event.