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X-aMEN-ing Masculinities

October 6, 2022
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
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City Council District 1
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LA Freewaves presents X-aMEN-ing Masculinities, a multi-faceted artistic extravaganza examining masculinity from a wide range of perspectives and through multiple mediums.

For one night only, experience a series of performances, installations, videos, and more!

Curated by Anne Bray, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario and Anuradha Vikram, this event features performance art and installations by Paul Donald, rafa esparza, d. Sabela grimes, Asher Hartman & The Los Privilege Company, Sarah Johnson, Sean Milan, Phranc, José Guadalupe Sanchez, Austin Young, and the L.A. Parmelettes ; videos by Cassils, Patty Chang, Tony Cokes, Shaun Leonardo, Kenneth Tam; and visual art by Alex Donis.

The evening’s finale will feature THE MASC4MASK House Ball, an artistic exhibition of masculinity within the House/Ballroom community, curated by Sean Milan, commentated by Season 1 Winner of HBO’s “Legendary” Torie Balmain 🎤 with judges Jaylen Marc Jacobs & Gravity Marc Jacobs. Sounds by DJ Ben Xtravaganza.

Join us @lastatehistoricpark on OCTOBER 6, 2022 from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm.
This event is FREE!
Tickets are now available here: https://linktr.ee/lafreewaves


Los Angeles State Historic Park
1245 N Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012 United States
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