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Days of Rage, Multimedia Exhibit on Activist Posters

Date
Jun 01, 2022 @ 12:00 AM
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
daysofrage.onearchives.org
Council District
City Council District 1
Event Series Dates
Ongoing Streaming Program
Days of Rage is a web exhibition that enlivens historical activist posters from ONE Archives at the USC Libraries through tactile analysis and storytelling. Grounded in the experiences of activists and graphic designers, the exhibition positions LGBTQ+ graphic design as embodied in community realities and histories, producing subjective reflections on the interdependence of design and activism.

Location

Streaming
CA United States

Organizer

ONE Archives Foundation
Phone:
213.821.2771
Email:
askone@usc.edu
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