On March 12, John Schwartz’s will read and discuss his book Oddly Normal: One Family’s Struggle to Help Their Teenage Son Come To Terms with His Sexuality. This exceptionally well reviewed book deals with a supportive mother and father raising a gay son. Schwartz will speak as part of the prestigious Second Tuesday Lecture Series at The LGBT Center at 7:00pm. Suggested admission is $10. Copies of Oddly Normal will be available for purchase and signing. (more…)
March 11, 2013 at 7:30 pm
Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space in New York City
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The Lambda Literary Foundation is the media sponsor of this event.
Writers Jack Halberstam, Stephen Motika, Brian Pietras, Ronado Wilson, and Mark Wunderlich, each from poetic, literary, and scholarly backgrounds, engage with the notion of 21st century queer masculinity. This event asks these writers to respond to representations of queer men in popular culture, from the fight for marriage equality to music videos and beyond. Each will present his own work in discussion with fellow panelists, and the audience will be invited to continue the conversation. (more…)
Belladonna* is celebrating a great year with a benefit dance party in our Brooklyn studio space featuring music by Poet DJs Hanna Andrews, Marcella Durand, Bill Mazza, Dan Magers, Adam Fitzgerald, and LaTasha Diggs as well as palm reading by Melissa Buzzeo, on-site hypnotherapist Kristin Prevallet, tarot readings by Ana Bozicevic, and free beer and wine (courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery and Rathbones Pub). (more…)
On December 11, art critic Cynthia Carr will offer an exclusive presentation to New York audiences about artist and AIDS activist David Wojnarowicz, the subject of her new biography, A Fire in My Belly. Carr will speak as part of the prestigious Second Tuesday Lecture Series at The LGBT Center at 7:00pm.
Carr’s incredibly well reviewed biography traces the untold story of a seminal figure at a pivotal moment in American culture. Suggested admission is $10. Copies of Carr’s book will be available for purchase and signing. (more…)
This Saturday, December 1, is Day With(out) Art / World AIDS Day, and Visual AIDS will observe the occasion with simultaneous screenings around the world of United in Anger: A History of ACT UP, a new documentary by Jim Hubbard. We hope you can join us for one of over 35 screenings from November 29 through December 7 in New York, Boston, Paris, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Vancouver and many more locations. (more…)