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Inaugural LGBTQ Invitational Art Show
March 24 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
and Once on March 24, 2017,
and Once on March 25, 2017,
and Once on March 26, 2017
The Cathedral City Public Arts Commission is sponsoring the Inaugural LGBTQ Invitational Art Show as part of the City’s LGBT Weekend. Over twenty, established LGBTQ artists from all over the Coachella Valley, were invited to participate in this event. It is being held in the City’s newly named “Cultural Arts Museum” which is in the East Wing of Cathedral City’s City Hall.
The address for City Hall is 68700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero.
LGBT Weekend in Cathedral City is March 24 – 26. More details on the weekend’s activities can be seen at the website: www.CathedralCityLGBTDays.com.
The free Art Show will be open as follows:
March 18 & 19 – 1 to 6 pm
March 24-26 – 1 to 9 pm
Saturday’s & Sunday’s through April 16 the Museum will be open from 1 to 4 pm.
The art includes paintings, photography, sculpture and ceramics.
Cathedral City’s Public Arts Commission is funded by developer fees, no public tax money is used for the purchase of art. The mission of the Public Arts Commission is to advance performing and visual art in the community. It makes recommendations to the City Council on the selection, acquisition and installation of public art paid for by developer fees; support and production of concerts, readings and other live arts performances; sponsor programs; development and use of facilities for arts projects; and cooperative ventures with other art organizations throughout the Coachella Valley
A primary activity of the Commission is the purchase and installation of major outdoor art pieces for the community. Recently, it installed six donated sculptures from world renowned sculptor Simi Daba. The Commission also has developed an app for I-Phones and Android Devices which lists all the public art in the community, gallery, locations, artists and more. The free APP is available by searching in the APP Store or Android Play Store for: Cathedral City Where Art Lives.
The Commission holds meetings the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:30 pm in Council Chambers on the third floor of City Hall.