Pop-Up Philadelphia is a Resounding Success!

Over 300 people turned out on Saturday for the opening of the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History’s Philadelphia show at The William Way LGBT Community Center. It was an amazing evening of community, performance, history, and art, and we at the Pop-Up Museum feel simultaneously humbled and excited to have been be part of it. If you weren’t able to drop by for the opening,... Read More

Support Pop-Up Philadelphia!

The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History is excited to announce Pop-Up Philadelphia, a one-month exhibition co-sponsored by The William Way Community Center. The exhibit of approximately twenty works brings to light the rich, long, and largely unknown histories of queer communities both in Philadelphia and around the world. Please help support the show by donating to our IndieGoGo campaign... Read More

Detail from Fashionable Places out of Season  (a little too much is just enough for me)

This is a detail from Fashionable Places Out of Season (a little too much is just enough for me), by daniel lang/levitsky, which was created for Pop-Up Soho 2011. The exhibit drew from the scrapbooks of writer, socialite, and activist Carl Van Vechten, who was deeply involved in the Harlem Renaissance.  Read More