The Ferment of the Late ’70s

The Ferment of the Late ’70s: VD, Anita and Disco

The late 1970’s marked a period of responses and engagements that nationalized the gay liberation movement on a new level. Though looking at responses to the spread of VD among gay men, Anita Bryant and the Save Our Children campaign, and the phenomena of disco, “Ferment of the Late 70s” explores how these played a part in laying foundations for being able to respond to developments in LGBTQ life and politics the 1980s and beyond.

Fall Booksale

The sale includes LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ fiction and non-fiction books, videos, and erotica. Proceeds from the sale go support the operations and mission of Gerber/Hart. The popular by-the-bag and by-the-box prices are back.

Hagenhofer Exhibit

Hagenhofer Exhibit

Continuing its run in a condensed form in the Walgreens Pharmacy display area. John Daniel Hagenhofer who worked as a WPA artist, painter, illustrator, cartoonist, and designer. His collection includes over 70 drawings (the earliest from 1936), over 200 photographs from the mid-1930s, and correspondence with his brother from the early 1950s. The exhibit includes a selection of his art.