Special Events at the GLBT History Museum
G Spot, our 2014-15 special program series, spotlights how processes of urban renovation that once helped create spaces for queer community and culture now threaten to erase their presence. G Spot events are free.

Thursday, March 5, 7 - 9 p.m.
Closing event: Open Forum on the GLBT Historical Society's Role in Gentrification Issues
IN CONVERSATION: Nan Alamilla Boyd, San Francisco State University; Raquel Guti�rrez, writer, live performer, film actor, curator, playwright, and cultural organizer; and Don Romesburg, Sonoma State University
Exhibitions at the GLBT History Museum
Main Gallery -- Queer Past Becomes Present

This multi-part exhibition showcases how queer history informs the present and inspires us to build a community that embraces difference.

Front Gallery -- 1964: The Year San Francisco Came Out

This exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of an infamous LIFE magazine article that catapulted San Francisco into national consciousness as the "gay capital" of America.

Community Gallery -- Biconic Flashpoints: 4 Decades of Bay Area Bisexual Politics

This exhibition showcases never-displayed artifacts, video, and photos from key moments in the Bay Area's bisexual political history.
Membership and General Information
Become a member of the GLBT Historical Society here.

See the location and hours of the GLBT History Museum here.

See the location and hours of our Archives and Reading Room here.