LGBTQ Portraits: A Queer Historical Perspective at
GLBT History Museum on yesterday had some talks that would have been of interest!
Panel discussion about portraiture and the visualization of queer people, with exhibiting artist Lenore Chinn. $5. 7pm. Aug. 17: Do What Thou Wilt: Kenneth Anger and the Dawn of Aquarius, a talk with Joey Cain about the queer influence of Aleister Crowley and Anger’s queer occult themes, plus Anger’s short films. Also, Faces of the Past: Queer Lives in Northern California Before 1930, featuring vintage tintypes, mugshots and historic documents of LGBT lives, curated by Paula Lichtenberg and Bill Lipsky. Also, Picturing Kinship: Portraits of Our Community, an exhibit of Lenore Chinn’s portraits in painting and photography (thru Sept 18). Also, Lavender-Tinted Glasses, a queer Summer of Love look curated by Joey Cain. $5. 4127 18th St. www.glbthistory.org