Art + Culture

Pop-Up Museum of Queer History in the Archway Oct 5

The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History is a grassroots organization that transforms spaces into temporary installations celebrating the rich, long, and largely unknown histories of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

On Saturday, October 5, the group comes to DUMBO for the Queer History Block Party in the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge from 11am-4pm. Exploring histories of LGBTQI communities along the Brooklyn coastline, the event will feature workshops, community tabling and live performances, plus eats from Brooklyn Flea vendors Landhaus and Saucy by Nature.

Free and open to the public. More details here.