• Reeling 2016 Screeningreeling_logo_2016_web_stylized

    Gerber/Hart will be co-presenting a screening of Upstairs Inferno at Reeling 2016, the 34th annual Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival. The festival runs September 22-29 at Music Box Theater, Landmark Century Centre Cinema, and Chicago Filmmakers. To learn more, and for tickets and passes, visit reelingfilmfestival.org. Reeling showcases award-winning feature films, documentaries, and experimental shorts.

    Upstairs Inferno is a documentary about the 1973 arsonist fire in the New Orleans gay bar the Up Stairs Lounge. The fire trapped patrons and killed 32. The screening will be on Sunday, September 25, 7:00 pm at the Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema. Additional information about the film and ticket purchase can be found at http://reelingfilmfestival.org/2016/films/upstairs-inferno-documentary-centerpiece/upstairs_inferno_5-1540x866

    Reeling 2016
  • Read here about Mumford’s latest work and visit us this Fall for a meet-and-greet and book signing of Kevin’s latest publishing “Not Straight, Not White”.

    Kevin Mumford
  • Now On View: Textual Empowerment Lesbian Publishing in the 1970s and 1980s

    Our current exhibit at the Norman L. Sandfield Gallery exploring lesbian publishing throughout the disco era.

    Now On View: Textual Empowerment Lesbian Publishing in the 1970s and 1980s
  • Curious to see what’s been happening at Gerber Hart? Board President Carrie Barnett and Mary Morten, President of the Morten Group,
    take us on a brief tour of the new location. You are invited to view a YouTube video of the tour.

    VIDEO
  • Come have fun and make some new friends. This is a recurring event, so check back for next month’s date and time.

    Game Night at Gerber Hart
  • Book Discussion Groups have been the cornerstone of our Gerber Hart community. Drop by for an engaging discussion and make some new friends.
    Men’s and women’s book groups are now forming. Contact info@gerberhart.org if you’d like to join or help organize.

    Book Discussion Slide