Your Year-End Giving is Matched 2022 has been a year of renewal at Gerber/Hart, and one of our most dedicated supporters has not only renewed but increased their commitment with an extraordinary $10,000 matching challenge. That means that now through Dec 31, the impact of anything you donate will be doubled!
Join us for a very special exhibit opening of Gerber/Hart’s newest exhibit! De-Coded: Surviving the Law as a Sexual Deviant opens on Saturday, July 23rd, at 6 PM! Join curators Anna Mason, Whit Sadusky, and Jess Smoot along with historian Owen Keehnen and Yale doctoral candidate Kate Redburn for a
For 40 years, Gerber/Hart has been the place to bring together, preserve, and make accessible the pieces of history for enabling research, presentation, and discovery of LGBTQ history in the Midwest. As Gerber/Hart continues to grow in its collections, services, and programming, it also needs to grow in the financial
November 29, 2022 is Giving Tuesday! The Archives of Gerber/Hart are so much more than stacks of boxes in climate-controlled rooms. Every box—and there over a thousand—contains the stories, ideas, quirks, research, and ephemera that encapsulate the lives and works of hundreds of LGBTQ people from Chicago and the Midwest.
40 years ago, Gerber/Hart Library and Archives was founded. Since then, many things have changed, but the mission of Gerber/Hart has remained the same: to collect and preserve LGBTQ history in Chicago and the Midwest, and to make it accessible to all. History continues, as it always does, and the