The event showcases a series of exhibitions showing the local work of the LGBTI community, as well as support artists. The event has already taken place in Clifford Chance's Hong Kong office, and will now move to cover its remaining ground in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, London, New York, Paris, Sydney, Singapore, Washington D.C. and, for the first time, Tokyo.
"We are delighted with Arcus' impressive achievements over the past 11 years, from its pro bono and community partnerships to its vital role in assisting our recruitment team in recruiting and retaining the best talent, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity," said Clifford Chance senior partner Malcolm Sweeting.
Global managing partner Matthew Layton added: "The highlight of the Arcus calendar is the annual Pride Art exhibition, which has grown to be one of the biggest corporate supported exhibitions of work by LGBT+ artists in the world".
"We are immensely proud of the work of the network and the ways in which these exhibitions help foster the diverse and inclusive workplace that we are honoured to be a part of," he said.