EXHIBITION OPENING: LAVENDER-TINTED GLASSES
$5 ADMISSION | FREE FOR MEMBERS • FRONT GALLERY
April 7 • Friday • 7-9 PM
A new exhibition highlighting LGBTQ participation in the 1967 Summer of Love in San Francisco.
Noche de Ambiente
For decades, Spanish speakers in many parts of the Western Hemisphere have recognized the word ambiente — literally meaning “atmosphere” or “environment” — as a coded reference. Queer Latinas and Latinos have used the word to identify themselves, their distinctive cultures and their spirit of resistance.
READ MORE Through March 2017 in the Front Gallery
EXHIBITION OPENING / APRIL 7th
LAVENDER-TINTED GLASSES: A GROOVY GAY LOOK AT THE SUMMER OF LOVE
An exhibition highlighting LGBTQ participation in the 1967 Summer of Love in San Francisco and the LGBTQ community’s simultaneous cultural revolution in the Tenderloin neighborhood. Queer poets, philosophers, filmmakers and musicians integral to the era will be celebrated through photographs, artwork, film and more from the archives of the GLBT Historical Society and private collections.
April 7th • Friday • 7-9 PM
Front Gallery • The GLBT History Museum
BEARTOONIST OF SAN FRANCISCO: SKETCHING AN EMERGING SUBCULTURE
A new exhibition featuring the work of cartoonist Fran Frisch as a starting point for exploring the community of bears, a subculture that developed in the 1980s to celebrate older, larger, hairier, ruggedly masculine gay men who were largely excluded from standards of attractiveness in gay popular culture.
READ MORE Through May 2017 at the Community Gallery