WANTED: LEATHER& KINK FAIRVOLUNTEERS | RAISE MONEY FOR THE GLBT HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The GLBT Historical Society has been named a major beneficiary of San Francisco’s largest leather and kink celebrations, the Up Your Alley and Folsom Street Fairs.

 

 

LAVENDER-TINTED GLASSES: A GROOVY GAY LOOK AT THE SUMMER OF LOVE

$5 ADMISSION | FREE FOR MEMBERS • FRONT GALLERY

A new exhibition highlighting LGBTQ participati

on in the 1967 Summer of Love in San Francisco.

EMPLOYMENT, INTERNSHIP & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE!

We are on the lookout for amazing team players in our growing organization.

button_readmore

 

HELP KICKSTART VISION2020:
BUILDING THE NEW MUSEUM OF LGBTQ HISTORY & CULTURE

button_readmore button_donate

THE FUTURE OF LEATHER: WHERE WE cAME FROM, WHERE WE’RE going

Admission: $5.00 | Free for members

Friday, July 28 7:00 – 10:00 p.m

inside Hollywood’s Bisexual Closet: Marilyn Monroe and More

Admission: $5.00 | Free for members

Thursday, July 20 7:00 – 9:00 p.m

FIGHTING BACK: THE MAKING OF A QUEER MUSEUM

Admission: $5.00 | Free for members

Thursday, July 25  7:00 – 9:00 p.m

Through september 18

PICTURING KINSHIP: PORTRAITS OF OUR COMMUNITY by LENORE CHINN

Veuxdo in the Fillmore (2012); acrylic on canvas. Copyright © Lenore Chinn.

Opening June 9, our new Community Gallery exhibition offers a 35-year overview of portraits in painting and photography by San Francisco artist Lenore Chinn. Her work depicts a wide spectrum of women and men, people of color and the LGBTQ community. The subjects are largely individuals who have contributed to San Francisco’s cultural landscape in fields ranging from poetry to visual and performing arts, film, rock music, academia and the LGBTQ movement.

Through September 17

LAVENDER-TINTED GLASSES: A GROOVY GAY LOOK AT THE SUMMER OF LOVE

Alan Ginsberg at the Human Be-In, Golden Gate Park (1967) Photo Copyright © Lisa Law

“Lavender-Tinted Glasses: A Groovy Gay Look at the Summer of Love” highlights the roles of four queers in San Francisco’s 1967 Summer of Love: poet Allen Ginsberg, filmmaker Kenneth Anger, philosopher Gavin Arthur and singer Janis Joplin.