Loring McAlpin joined ACT UP New York in 1987, and was a founding member of Gran Fury, as well as the collective GANG. Currently, he works on documentary film projects, the latest including Emmy nominated The House that Herman Built and Tegawans Nest. He is also the founder of The Calamus Foundation, which supports LGBT community development, particularly the reform of the criminal justice system for LGBT youth.
ACT UP Chicago members carry a Kissing Doesnt Kill banner during the Gay Pride Parade on June 24, 1990, Chicago. Image Courtesy: The New York Public Library. REBELS REBEL Presented by Tommaso Speretta and Loring McAlpin Tuesday, September 23, 2014 6:308pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE and open to the public In […]read more »