*Featured image courtesy of MIZE Gallery with artwork by Karen Schremmer, ZITRO, and Sandra Dohnert respectively.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots–a series of demonstrations by New York City’s gay community against a police raid which has been largely considered the most significant event that has led to the gay liberation movement. To honor that, the MIZE Gallery is hosting 50 portraits created by local artists of the most ICONIC LGBTQ+ figures.
Starting Friday, June 14th, head over to the MIZE Gallery to see some of the most celebrated LGBTQ+ icons in history from Neil Patrick Harris, Elton John, Harvey Milk, and 47 others in between. Among the 50 artists participating are Macy Eats Paint, John Gascot, Cam Parker, and Chad Mize himself.