SEE ME at Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, UK

SEE ME – Opening: Jan 27, 2024, 2-4pm at Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, UK. The show features archive photographs collected from LGBT+ participants and new portraits by Ming de Nasty.

Leslie-Lohman Artist Fellows 2023-2024

Meet the 2023-2024 cohort of Leslie-Lohman Artist Fellow, a dedicated program designed to empower queer artists of color from a wide range of cultural experiences.

Live For The Arts at INNSiDE by Meliá New York Nomad

On Thursday, June 22 from 6:00 to 10:00pm, we’re unveiling our Pride collaboration with INNSide by Meliá New York Nomad. You’re invited to the launch of the first-ever Leslie Lohman Museum of Art hotel suite commission, designed by multidisciplinary artist Tura Olivera.

Homografiska Museet

Video (10:04): Funny Livdotter founded the Homografiska Museet (Homographic Museum), a queer museum is located in Fengersfors, Dalsland, Sweden. In the video, Funny talks about what the museum is and why it’s needed.

Building Your Digital Toolbox for LGBTQ2S+ Artists

Video (1:25:42): Heidi Nagtegaal and Jenny Lee Craig (Canada) discuss their top online tools that can help your artistic business flourish. This workshop will cover setting up successful social media channels, strategies for audience engagement and managing your digital to-do list.

The Soup Collective

Video (2:18): ‘Older lesbians discovering friendship and identity through art’, video clip by ABC News, 2022.

Museum of Impossible Forms

Video (7:18): a short introduction about the Museum of Impossible Forms in Helsinki, Finland, and their activities by Marianne Savallampi and Giovanna Esposito Yussif. – Museum of Impossible Forms was founded in spring 2017 as an antiracist and queer-feminist project, a heterogeneous space, and as an experimental and migrant form of expression.

Straight To Hell

Straight To Hell. A poster created by Dyke Action Machine! aka Sue Schaffner and Carrie Moyer in 1994.

Fife Portraits for 2019 LGBT+ History Month

Jannica Honey, ‘When Fife Contemporary commissioned me I knew it was an extraordinary opportunity to not only support young people to create art/photography, but also raise awareness around representation and Identity. Human rights are about visibility and LGBT History Month is all about that.’