|TOM OF FINLAND FOUNDATION|
OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
Applause to All of Our Artists, Sponsors and Volunteers
|Wrap up your weekend at TOM House with our Tea Dance from 4:00 to 6:00 PM; strap on your boogie shoes and turn the beat around with the sunset people, doing it right on our patio dance floor with ‘70s disco and classic rock.|
Refreshments available throughout the day.
A currated portion of Jeffrey Gent’s Homo
History collection will be
on view at TOM House during the Festival.
Thank you to Ad Schuring for this installation and superb documentation.
Antonio Da Silva
Gio Black Peter
|The Delusional Illusionist DemenCha||_FINE_ARTIST_|
|TOM OF FINLAND FOUNDATION AWARDS|
|TERRY LE GRAND||ROGER EARL|
|PETER BERLIN||F. VALENTINE HOOVEN, III|
|RICK CASTRO||MARK I. CHESTER|
|CARRINGTON GALEN||S. R. SHARP|
|Introducing the Poets|
|David Parke Epstein|
Our bus stop is Sunset/Echo Park. We are serviced by Metro lines 4/704 and 2/302. Also the 603 to Alvarado/Sunset.
Continue on Sunset Boulevard to Laveta Terrace, then up the short hill and up the Grand Stairs until Laveta Terrace levels out and another 1/2 block. TOM House is on your left. The House is only a 0.3 mile walk from the bus stop.
Our friends at Taix French Restaurant have allowed us to use their auxiliary parking lot for the Art Festival. You can park behind Taix at the corner of Reservoir and Liberty Streets, just north of Sunset and east of Alvarado, across the street from the church. Please use the spaces against the back wall.
We will have a shuttle running on the 1/2 hour to TOM House. It will stop at the parking lot and the southwest corner of Montana Street and Echo Park Avenue. Look for the ToFF sign on the vehicle. The driver’s mobile is 213.322.3915.
Photograph by Alex La Cruz for GAYLETTER
Super 8 Motel
Quality Inn & Suites
1421 Laveta Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90026
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“In those days, a gay man was made to feel nothing but shame about his feelings and his sexuality. I wanted my drawings to counteract that, to show gay men being happy and positive about who they were. Oh, I didn’t sit down to think this all out carefully. But I knew — right from the start — that my men were going to be proud and happy men!" — Tom of Finland