Revealing Urban Histories Through LGBTQ Museum Programming
Forces of Change
Washington State Convention Center  Tuesday, May 20  3:15-4:30 p.m.     609 
How can museums become more inclusive of LGBTQ audiences and themes? In this panel, the curators and educators behind recent city-specific exhibitions in the United States and Canada will share best practices and experiences.

Global Perspectives, Diversity

Session Format :    Idea Forum

Learner Outcomes

Jill Austin - National Endowment for the Humanities

Erin E. Bailey - Henry Art Gallery - University of Washington

Erin Bailey is the curator of "Revealing Queer" at the Museum of History & Industry, co-founder of Queering the Museum project, and freelance educator based in Seattle, WA. Her career is dedicated to finding new access points for museums to engage with contemporary politics and culture.

Viviane Gosselin - Musuem of Vancouver

Lyra Monteiro - Rutgers University