• Hagenhofer Exhibit

    John Daniel Hagenhofer (1913-1980) was a Chicago WPA artist, painter, illustrator, cartoonist, and designer.  The exhibit includes a selection of his art and photography which range from the mid-1930s to the mid-1970s.  The exhibit in the library reading room will be open through March 2017.

    Hagenhofer Exhibit
  • Cartooning AIDS

    Now open and running through April 2017 in the new Sandfield Exhibition Gallery, Cartooning AIDS features the political cartoons of Danny Sotomayor and looks at how issues surrounding AIDS were engaged through political cartoons, comic books, trading cards, and ‘zines for the purpose of political critique, education, and awareness. This exhibition is being presented in conjunction with the Art AIDS America Chicago exhibition (ArtAIDSAmericaChicago.org)

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

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

    On display in the Howard Brown Health Clark waiting room and running through April 2017, Textual Empowerment focuses on Lesbian publishing in the 1970s and 1980s and features Chicago’s Metis Press.

    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