The One National
Gay and Lesbian Archives in Los Angeles will present
"Wear Me Out: Queering Art, Fashion, and Design" from
Saturday, November 5, through Sunday, January 29.
Thirty queer visual artists and fashion designers
collaborate to, according to curator Tania Hammidi,
"take the shame out of fashion and situate how aesthetics,
gay-lesbian-trans memory, and utility have historically
converged on our bodies." There will be an
opening-night reception at 7 p.m. featuring DJ
Emancipation and Sweaty Moon of the Black Artists
Collective. The One Institute is located at 909 W.
Adams Blvd. For more information visit www.oneinstitute.org.