Stonewall 50: LGBTQ History Day
Saturday, May 4 | 11:00am-2:00pm
Join us at The Center on Colfax for a special day of learning and celebrating LGBTQ history in Colorado! 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the riots at the Stonewall Inn, an event widely regarded as the beginning of the modern LGBTQ civil rights movement. The Center is celebrating this anniversary all year-long with special lobby exhibits, arts programming, history events, and panel discussions.
On LGBTQ History Day, you can:
- Learn about the history of Stonewall
- Make collages inspired by history
- Take a LGBTQ Historic Walking Tour of the Capitol Hill neighborhood
- Share your Stonewall Story as part of our video project
- Free refreshments
About the Artist:
Adrienne Norris is an artist living in Denver, currently well-known for her series Women Behaving Badly. "The Women Behaving Badly series was born out of a desire to educate people about women from the past," Adri says. "Their stories have been lost over time and this loss is a disservice to those women. These stories make adults think more about what they have, and what they have yet to gain, by listening to the voices of the unheard."