Once a month at the IFC Center, the series Queer/Art/Film screens a classic film that’s had a significant impact on LGBTQ artists. But for this year’s Pride festivities, it does a one-eighty and celebrates work by the organization’s vibrant community of more than 200 LGBTQ+ artists through public programs, both virtual and in-person, throughout the entire months of June and July. It'll also host a Book & Print Fair during this time online with more than 60 artists, a Show ‘n Tell series on June 29, where artists read, perform, and otherwise demonstrate the variety of work they have for sale, and of course, a screening and discussion series with curator Adam Baran and special guest curator Jeanne Vaccaro presenting celebrated author Torrey Peters (June 28) and the screening of two films that inspired 2020 Queer|Art|Prize Sustained Achievement Winner Julie Tolentino on July 19.
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