Clark County Public Arts

Queer Monuments

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Clark County Public Arts is proud to present Queer Monuments juried by Emily Budd.

Queer Monuments challenges the classical masculine and cultish notions of monuments and provides a platform for ephemeral and anti-monumental alternatives. Monuments are popularly seen as works of art that share the stories of people, convey societal values, and remind us of people’s lived histories; they are objects of remembrance. Anti-monuments take these basic premises and reappropriate them to tell the resilient stories of LGBTQIA+ people. The artists in this exhibition present personal monuments to the queerness in their lives.

Reception Event: Thursday, July 25, 2024, from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

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2024-06-11 to



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Clark County Public Art Galleries strive to bring fine art exhibits that will educate and enlighten those who live in and visit Clark County, Nevada. The Office of Public Arts currently operates three galleries: Rotunda Gallery at the Clark County Government Center, Winchester Gallery at Winchester-Dondero Cultural Center, and Pearson Gallery at Pearson Community Center. More information about future art calls and Clark County galleries can be found at Clark County Public Art can also be found on social networking sites such as Instagram and Facebook by visiting @CCPUBLICARTS.