Queer City of the Plains: An Artistic Look at Denver’s LGBTQ+ History

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Dates and times: In order to maintain a safer visitation experiences, McNichols Building exhibitions are free and open to the public. Following Safer-At-Home guidelines, groups of eight people or fewer can make appointments online for a two-hour time slot starting Monday, June 15, daily 8:30-10:30 a.m.11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. or 2:20-4:30 p.m. Please visit artsandvenues.wufoo.com/forms/mcnichols-building-reservation-request to make an appointment.

Queer City of the Plains: An Artistic Look at Denver’s LGBTQ+ History (Third Floor) May 30-Aug. 30: The exhibition blends important milestones in Denver’s LGBTQ+ culture with contemporary art-making, focusing on a diversity of queer identities. This exhibition draws on histories of struggle for self-determination to imagine a more inclusive future.