“The Life & Times of Elliot Tiber” Talk & Exhibit


Join us for an engaging talk about the late Elliot Tiber, an activist, artist, author, and auteur who was credited for saving the Woodstock Music & Art Fair in 1969. Tiber also was on the frontline of the Stonewall Riots as a pioneering activist for Gay Rights. The program will be led by Frank Gromling, owner/director of Ocean Art Gallery. A selection of Tiber's work will be on display in OMAM's Reception Gallery. Admission to the talk is free, but seating is limited. Advanced registration is encouraged. Save your seat by using the form below.
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