10F0LD Productions Presents:
Black Lesbian Archives: Bridging the Community Gap
June 14th, 2018 – July 13, 2018
The overall mission of this exhibit is to discuss importance of archiving our history and exploring how we can bridge the generational gap in order to build a solid foundation for our future as a community. There will be a curated collection from the archives of Affinity Community Services, Windy City Times & Gerber Hart Library. Opening night of the exhibit is June 8th and will be held at Affinity Community Services (2850 S Wabash Ave).
All events are inclusive and open to the public.
—- (event dates are subject to change. Limited seating available.)
Monday, June 18, 2018: (6-8PM)
Short Film Screening / Artist Talk with Kasey White – The Homestretch and Coquie Hughes – My Mama Said Yo Mama’s A Dyke. (Ticket Required)
Thursday, June 21, 2018: (7-9PM)
W.O.M.B Poetry Open Mic.
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018 (6-8PM)
Panel Discussion (TBA)
Friday, July 13, 2018: (6-8PM)
Closing Exhibit Reception
Come by to mix and mingle. Bring some food or drinks and if you can’t – that’s fine just bring yourself and a good time! (Ticket Required)