LGBT Exhibit Releases Artist Lineup

Love.Sex.Unity.Respect Premieres From Art With An Agenda On May 3rd

In a style similar to the globally familiar Coachella Music Festival posters, Art With An Agenda published an official lineup today of all artists collaborating in an upcoming show promoting marriage equality, Love.Sex.Unity.Respect.

The exhibit includes a mix of contributors ranging from artists who regularly display works at the Magoski Colony, to members of the community who wanted a voice on the topic of equality for the LGBT community. 

Organizer Stephen Baxter said via Facebook, "We have a very impressive list of 85 artists. I've not been able to confirm 2 since their initial interest and I suspect this will will be more like 80 when the show opens on May 3rd ... but the artwork is rolling in. Saturday between 11am and 5pm is the big drop off date at the art colony. 80 wonderful artists, one cause, tons of love ... this is going to be an amazing exhibit. We are raising much needed funds for AIDS Walk Orange County, we are addressing the civil rights issue of our time, and we are getting Fullerton on the right side of history. A huge thanks to the gallery owners, artist, volunteers, musicians and friends for making this massive event possible."

This will be the second exhibit to premiere from Art With An Agenda following An Exhibit Inspired by Kelly Thomas.

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