Urban Exposure: Out in Public
Presented by NYU Wagner's Stonewall Policy Alliance, Urban Planning Student Association, and Student Network Exploring Arts and Culture

Urban Exposure is an arts contest followed by a one-day showcase of selected artists; it is open to aspiring and student artists interested in exploring tangible and intangible elements of the urban geography. Now in its second year running, Urban Exposure is proud to announce its new theme for this year: Out in Public.

This year’s contest explores the role of public spaces in making the life, challenges, and victories of the LGBT community more visible. This year's artists will present a wide range of queer public forums, from the internet and social media to equal rights protests in public parks and streets. We will be featuring the work of photographers, performers, and activists from events all over the world.

This event is free and open to the public.