City Hall Community Plaza
Featured Artworks: "Suspended Motion" by Moncho1929, based on a poem by former City Poet Laureate Steven Reigns (no longer on display)
Kings Road Park
Featured Artworks: "Another kind of growth" by Cole Sternberg; "Dodge House Wall" by Brickstone Studio
Long Hall and Courtyard
Featured Exhibit: Round Hole Square Peg with works by various artists (No Longer on Display)
West Hollywood Library
Featured Artwork: "Plantus Bibliotechalis" by David Wiseman
Featured Exhibit: "In West Hollywood" with artwork by Ramiro Gomez and David Feldman (No Longer on Display)
For more information about the West Hollywood Library facilities, click here.
City Council Chambers
Featured Artwork: "Peace, Freedom and Creativity" by Shepard Fairey
Sunset Parking Lot
Featured Artwork: "Rock 'N' Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip" by Robert Landau
Arts & Culture Organizations
Greenway Arts Alliance - Greenway Arts Alliance utilizes the performing arts to build community between a broad constituency of artists, educators, community members and students.
LACER - L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs provide underserved middle and high school students in Los Angeles with free arts, athletics and academic activities after school.
Critical Mass Dance Company - Critical Mass Dance Company (CMDC) advances community health, women's leadership and social change in Central L.A. and beyond through dance and movement.
Dance Resource Center - Dance Resource Center (DRC) is a service organization that provides the Los Angeles area dance community access to information, resources and services; and promotes the visibility and viability of Greater Los Angeles dance on local, state and national levels.
Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre - Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre creates ephemeral contemporary art experiences in extraordinary places that boldly redefine the relationship between audience and art.
Multiplex Dance - Multiplex Dance is dedicated to making innovative, accessible dance works and programs that engage audiences in creative and powerful ways.
Outfest - Outfest is the leading organization showcasing, nurturing and preserving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender film images and artistry.
SEEFest - South East European Film Festival educates about and promotes cultural diversity of South East Europe through its annual presentations of films from this region and year-round screenings and programs.
Women in Film - Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media.
Lambda Literary Foundation - Lambda Literary believes Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer literature is fundamental to the preservation of our culture, and that LGBTQ lives are affirmed when our stories are written, published and read.
Les Figues Press - Les Figues Press creates aesthetic conversations between Writers/Artists and readers, especially those interested in innovative/experimental/avant-garde work.
PEN Center USA - PEN Center USA strives to protect the rights of writers around the world, to stimulate interest in the written word, and to foster a vital literary community among the diverse writers living in the western United States.
California LGBT Arts Alliance - The California LGBT Arts Alliance is a network of over 70 non-profit arts organizations and 1800 individual artists and supporters in California. This includes all artists, arts organizations and individuals who support the mission statement as part of the alliance.
Los Angeles LGBT Center - The Los Angeles LGBT Center is the world's largest provider of programs and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Unity in Diversity Arts Foundation - Unity in Diversity Arts Foundation creates cultural and educational programs in areas of the arts, music,literature and photography in cooperation with many ethnic and cultural organizations locally and abroad.
ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives - ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives Inc. promotes the collection, preservation, documentation and understanding of LGBTQA history and culture by providing support for ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the University of Southern California Libraries and by presenting events, exhibitions and other activities.
Gay Mens Chorus of Los Angeles - The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles promotes civil rights, tolerance and acceptance though music.
Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra - The Los Angeles Doctor’s Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest community orchestras in the United States with its origin in the health professions.
Metropolitan Master Chorale - The Metropolitan Master Chorale celebrates the diversity of choral music, promotes artistic excellence and creativity and brings communities together through the joy of music.
SASSAS - The Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound seeks to increase the visibility and availability of experimental art and sound practices.
Vox Femina Los Angeles - Vox Femina Los Angeles gives women voice through the performance of quality choral literature. Diverse in culture, age, race, belief and sexual identity, Vox Femina is committed to commissioning new works and raising awareness about issues that affect us as a family of women.
Association of Los Angeles Playwrights - The Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP) is a service and support organization dedicated to protecting the rights and addressing the professional needs of the Los Angeles playwriting community.
Celebration Theatre - Founded in 1982 by gay rights pioneer Chuck Rowland -- one of the original founders of the Mattachine Society -- Celebration Theatre exists as the only community-based professional theatre in Los Angeles endeavoring to accurately represent the gay and lesbian community to itself and to the community at large.
Classical Theatre Lab - Classical Theatre Lab is an ensemble of professional actors dedicated to exploration of the classics.
Greenway Arts Alliance - Greenway Arts Alliance unites communities through art, education and social enterprise. Through our professional theatre productions, educational programs and the Melrose Trading Post, Greenway builds a vibrant artistic community
Hollywood Fringe Festival - The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual, open-access, community-derived event celebrating freedom of expression and collaboration in the performing arts community.
IAMA Theatre - IAMA is an ensemble of theater artists seeking to connect and cultivate a new generation of audiences.
Puppet Theatre on Wheels - The Puppet Theatre on Wheel's mission is to raise a young theatrical audience and instill a love for theater and the arts. Their plays are very interactive and give kids the chance to think and make decisions on their own.
Rogue Artists Ensemble - Rogue Artists Ensemble is a collective of multi-disciplinary artists who create Hyper-theater, an innovative hybrid of theater traditions, puppetry, mask work, dance, music, and modern technology.
Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival - The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival empowers women artists to engage and inspire communities through the production of multidisciplinary solo performances and educational outreach.
MACHA Theatre - MACHA promotes Latina and other women of color, and lesbian performance and dramatic artists and art works.
LAAA (Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825) - LAAA was founded in 1925 and is located at 825 N. La Cienega. Admission is always free.
MAK Center for Art and Architecture - The Schindler House (835 N. Kings Road), designed and built by modern architect and Viennese émigré Rudolph M. Schindler in 1922, is considered one of the world’s first modern houses. Check website for admission and hours.
MOCA PDC - The Museum of Contemporary Art, Pacific Design Center location is at 8687 Melrose. Exhibitions focus on art relating to the West Hollywood location, architecture and design. Admission is always free.
ONE Archives and Gallery - ONE Archives is the longest continuously existing LGBTQ organization in the world. The gallery space located at 626 N. Robertson Blvd. focuses on LGBTQ art relating to the archive collection. Check the website for hours. Admission is always free.
June Mazer Archives does not host regular exhibitions but does has a large archive for research purposes, some permanent displays, and hosts readings and screenings on a regular basis. Located at 626 N. Robertson Blvd. Check the website for hours. Admission is free.