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Exhibit Opening | Legendary: African American GLBT Past Meets Present
Wednesday Feb 20, 2013 7:00pm-9:00pm in San Francisco
An innovative multimedia exhibit on Bay Area African American GLBT lives from the last four decades, featuring rare photos, film and artifacts. Video interviews with local queer leaders highlight the connections between past and present. A mosaic of words, images and sounds reflecting themes of art, belonging, justice and sexuality.

CURATOR: Byron Mason — activist, artist and researcher in social and behavioral sciences.

ADMISSION: $5.00 (general); $3.00 (California students with ID); free for members.


PHOTO: Revelers at a 1977 Halloween party embody the spirit of belonging showcased in "Legendary: African American GLBT Past Meets Present" at The GLBT History Museum.

(Photographer unknown; courtesy GLBT Historical Society, San Francisco.)

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The GLBT History Museum

4127 18th St (Between Castro & Collingwood Sts.)
San Francisco, CA 94114
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