Art (and) History From a Queer Perspective


[Image description: A rectangular graphic with a purple background and white writing surrounded on the right by various images of the topics of this event. The title in the upper left has a purple background with white text that reads "Art (and) history from a queer perspective" and yellow text that reads "Series 7" and "4 free classes open to everyone." The rectangle below this has a yellow background and black text that lists four classes and dates. Directly above this box reads, "Mondays - 6:00-8:00 p.m. - Sunday 1-3 p.m. - virtual & in-person" Below this yellow box with a purple background and white font reads, "Instructor: Liz Bradbury, MFA - Snacks provided by Trish Sullivan" and then below this contact information is listed for the instructor. The rectangle to the right of this features a series of images, paintings, and photographs of queer art and history. The address "522 West Maple Street at Bayard Rustin Way, Allentown, PA 18101" is in black, and the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center logo is in white in the lower right corner.]

Art (and) History from a Queer Perspective Classes - Series #7

Our popular queer art history series is back! Join us in May at our center, located on 522 West Maple Street, Allentown, PA 18101. These events will also be happening virtually, so email [email protected] for the Zoom information.

Instructor Liz Bradbury, MFA invites you to enjoy these free classes that are open to everyone.

**Please note that in-person attendees for the May 2 and May 9 classes will need to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Attendees for the rest of the classes will not, as the center's vaccination requirement ends on May 16.**

May 2: What's Queer About the Italian Renaissance?

May 9: Georgia O'Keeffe & Her Circle

May 16: Harlem Renaissance Singers, Writers, & Artists

May 22: Allentown Art Museum from an LGBTQ Perspective

Each class is standalone, so you don't need to come to every class. Sit back, learn new things, enjoy free coffee, tea, and cookies. Attend with old friends (or on your own) -- and maybe make some new friends in the class!

The Art (and) History From a Queer Perspective classes are supported in part by Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. For more information, email [email protected].