GLBT - The Making of a Queer Museum
|Project: GLBT - The Making of a Queer Museum|
|"The Making of a Queer Museum" will offer a multigenerational conversation about the role of museums in preserving and presenting the history and culture of marginalized communities.|
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. The panelists' remarks plus observations and comments from all who attend will contribute to San Francisco's Citywide LGBTQ Cultural Heritage Strategy.
• Paul Gabriel, independent museum consultant
• Gerard Koskovich, queer public historian & founding member of The GLBT Historical Society
• Alfredo Pedroza, board member, The Mexican Museum - El Museo Mexicano
• Connie Wolf, board member, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture; former director, Contemporary Jewish Museum & Stanford University Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts.
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|Location: GLBT museum|
Venue: GLBT History Museum
|Organization: GLBT Historical Society|