Slathered in bubblegum pink paint, the exhibition space is adorned with paintings and personal belongings of queer Prairie icons including Adah Robinson, Bruce Goff, and Lynn Riggs.
D. Scott’s documentary on Black trans sex workers is as sunny as it is sobering, a film that refuses to moralize.
Advocates are asking the museum to reinstate two books aimed at LGBTQ+ youth and a poster that reads “Some people are Trans. Get over it!”
“I deeply desire an understanding of manhood that includes tenderness and open-heartedness that is not in opposition to butchness,” said the Brooklyn-based artist.
The Bangladeshi artist, asylum seeker, and LGBTQ+ activist muses about trans queer survival and the unparalleled joy of taking walks near the ocean.
The Brooklyn artist talks about her mixed-media artworks, love of Lisa Frank, and hopes for the future as LGBTQIA+ rights come under attack.
Dakota Noot presents an exhibition of works by LGBTQ+ Chicanx artists and offers insight into his curatorial process.
A new bill would also mandate that all public school classrooms display US and state flags.
Zain Curtis’s works protest anti-LGBTQ+ donation guidelines that date back to the 1980s AIDS crisis.
Members of NatSoc Florida performed the Nazi salute and chanted “Heil Hitler” at a local LGBTQ+ charity’s fundraiser in Lakeland.
A new exhibition presents recently discovered works by Grant in conversation with commissioned pieces by artists of today, including other LGBTQ+ creators.
But the upcoming midterm elections could ultimately decide the fate of the fledgling museum.