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, don’t worry – the show will be up until May 19th! Just visit the WWC at 1315 Spruce St.

We’d like to send a big thank you to all of our volunteers, the staff and volunteers of WWC, and the entire Philadelphia community for making this opening such a huge success. We’d especially like to thank the following exhibit makers: Bren Ahearn, Rahne Alexander, The Black LGBT Archivists Society of Philadelphia, Peter Cramer & Jack Waters, Che Gossett, Morgan Hart, Kevin Jones, Jim Kelly-Evans, Zachary Lifton, Luce Capco Lincoln, Tiona McClodden, Lisa C. Moore, Sarah Nicolazzo, Emmett Ramstad, Bob Skiba, The Stick and the Stone, Whitney Strub, Tony Whitfield, Adelaide Windsome, Rich Wilson, and Rachel Wood.

If you’d like to read more about the show, check out the recent articles in G Philly, Only in Philadelphia, Edge, and The Philadelphia Gay City News.

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