The Santa Monica Pier, Downtown Santa Monica, and Santa Monica Put, in collaboration with the Town of Santa Monica and Santa Monica Vacation and Tourism are celebrating Delight Month with the “Rainbow Road Artwork Walk,” on display by June 30, 2021.

Curated in partnership with Allies in Arts, the rainbow-lit art stroll exclusively options the creations of LGBTQIA+ visual artists and spans the Third Avenue Promenade, Santa Monica Area and the Santa Monica Pier.

The artwork walk is a dynamic assortment of murals, photo installations, interactive and multimedia works from more than a dozen innovative artists and artist groups local to Southern California.

Showcased artists include Annie Hong aka Hootnannie whose piece “Wherever Will U Get You” will be on exhibit at Santa Monica Area. Identified by vivid eye-catching whimsical wordplay, Hootnannie’s get the job done challenges modern day art narratives and seeks to voice underrepresented views, educated by their expertise navigating the earth as a queer, gender-nonconforming, initially era Asian American artist.

Extremely Gay Paint, the beloved portray duo comprised of LA-dependent comedians Nicholas Scheppard and Jenson Titus will apply their evocative colorplay to the Santa Monica Pier for a “Incredibly Gay Mural.” The pair have created a title for by themselves with their signature tailor made murals of generally geometric, retro and landscape layouts with flowing traces and muted coloration palettes.

“The Mothers of Delight Pearly Gateway” interactive set up on the Third Avenue Promenade by gender fluid AfroIndigenous artist Gray… references indigenous ideology that considers queer beings to be sacred gatekeepers concerning this earth and the relaxation. Visitors will be invited to stand beneath the playful arch, contemplating how religious iconography resonates within LGBTQIA+ group and expressing gratitude for the leaders who produced Delight achievable.

The queer, females of color-owned and operated floral studio in Los Angeles, UnderNewMGMT, in collaboration with ShakesTheArtist, will existing “Protest and Pageantry” a 3D multimedia floral installation on the 3rd Road Promenade. Motivated by trans performers turned activists, this piece is both a celebration of legendary trans POC performers (these kinds of as Marsha P. Johnson, Sir Woman Java, Sylvia Rivera) and a tribute to the a lot of trans lives missing to violence. Mixing art and florals, UnderNewMGMT makes use of vintage and recycled materials to generate sustainable function and floral options.

Spanish-born artist and designer Yaicecream and LA-based mostly illustrator Jeromy Velasco be part of forces for a collaborative 3D mixed-media set up titled “Decided on Family” on the 3rd Road Promenade. Depicting a floating dance flooring about the Los Angeles skyline, the piece serves to evoke the techniques in which preferred households can be an essential process of survival and source of assistance for customers of the LGBTQ+ group. The interactive piece encourages viewers to interact with the imagery and just take a photo with their picked out spouse and children and loved ones.

Extra artists and works involve “Queer Bodies / Queer Identities” a black and white photography installation by Katt Foxx “I Stand With Trans Youth” and “I Adore My Queer Loved ones,” and interactive parts by James Kinsley Daniel in aid of trans youth.

“Rainbows of Resilience,” a technicolor, large-scale electronic illustration of a Satisfaction parade scene by Parisa Parnian “Celebrate” by Gray… & Grayson Prnce whose sculpture letters will spell out LGBTQIA+ “The ArtsNotParts Archive” by Grey… which was portion of a collective street art motion built in reaction and defense of the trans group in 2017 following anti-trans legislation enacted by President Trump are incorporated as well.

“Together Endlessly.” by Erick Luis “E(we) are all Nuts Wonderful!” featuring artist Ricky Sencion’s “sheep moonsters” and Chris Classen’s multimedia piece “Love Letters” also make up the Pleasure installations.

HAUS OF DéVLIN’s vibrant multi-textured floral-dependent set up “Delight-a-Blooma” will be on exhibit within the Fairmont Resort on Wilshire Blvd as a visual representation of the joyful vitality of Delight.

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