Voices of Pensacola
June 15-extended to February 2022
Gender Portraits is a project from artist Drew Riley, of the Austin Creative Alliance. The nonprofit organization supports sex and gender minorities using art as a foundation for education, activism, and advocacy. Drew Riley interviews individuals that are part of the trans, intersex, and gender nonconforming communities, using her art to bring each person’s story to life through stunning portraits of a person’s authentic self. This artist showcase will be held in the Voices of Pensacola Multicultural Center in conjunction with our Queering Spaces exhibit located in the Pensacola Museum of History. Learn more about Drew Riley and her art on her website, Gender Portraits.
Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow is a traveling exhibit from the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library. The exhibit is now on display at Artel Gallery. To learn more about the exhibit visit the African American Heritage Society.
On the second floor is the Hilton-Green Research Room, which houses a vast variety of documents, maps and photographs.
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