• Resistant Growths: Hande Sever’s When the Geraniums Bloom at the Visitor Welcome Center (July 13 – August 17th, 2019)

    Alexandre Saden inspects Hande Sever’s exhibition "When the Geraniums Bloom," on display July 13–August 17 at the Visitor Welcome Center in LA's Koreatown.

    At This Moment, Everyone Is a Revolution: The Poems of Tammy Ho Lai-Ming and the Hong Kong Crisis

    Andrea Lingenfelter discusses the recent protests and police violence in Hong Kong, and the poetry of Tammy Ho Lai-Ming in response.

    The Dale Peck is Over Party: Mayor Pete, Dale Peck, and the Limits of Queer Rhetorical Flourishes

    Quinn Roberts looks at backlash to the queerness (or not) of Pete Buttigieg's presidential campaign, and the backlash to the backlash.

    The Utopia of the US Women’s National Team

    Lindsey A. Freeman discusses the cultural and psychological effects of the US Women’s National Team's triumph in the Trump era.

    “The Spanish answer to Grey Gardens“: An Upcoming Screening of El Desencanto

    Aaron Shulman shares his love of the the 1976 Spanish film "El Desencanto" and an upcoming screening at Now Instant Image Hall in Highland Park.

    Collateral Damage: The Known Traumas of Family Separation

    Susun and Gordon Marino look at the lasting developmental harm done by separating children from parents.