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The latest in the GLBT Historical Society’s monthly “Fighting Back” series exploring contemporary issues in a historical context, “The Making of a Queer Museum” will offer a multigenerational conversati
Moderated by GLBT Historical Society Executive Director Terry Beswick, a panel of cultural activists, independent scholars and museum professionals will describe their involvement in establishing population-specific public history institutions in San Francisco and elsewhere:
- Paul Gabriel, independent museum consultant.
- Gerard Koskovich, queer public historian & founding member of the GLBT Historical Society.
- Alfredo Pedroza, board member, the Mexican Museum.
- Connie Wolf, board member, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture; former director, The Contemporary Jewish Museum & the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University.
The panelists’ remarks plus observations and comments from all who attend will contribute to San Francisco’s Citywide LGBTQ Cultural Heritage Strategy. For more information on the city initiative, visit the San Francisco Planning Department website.