We are pleased to present our latest exhibition, Acceptance Through the Ages
Exhibition Dates: May 7th – June 25th
Gallery hours: Thursday 6 pm-8pm / Saturday 10am-4pm / Sunday 11am-4pm
Saturday, May 7 / Sunday May 8
About the Exhibit
Artists in the LGBTQIA+ community are using their artwork to address coming out, acceptance by friends and family and, most importantly, acceptance of self and how that has changed over the last 50 years.
The Art Center will host a series of events highlighting the LGBTQIA+ community throughout May and June.
Sunday, May 15 from 2pm-4pm- Free Movie
Join us for a matinee feature of a film about a female baseball player and her seventy year love of another woman, which they had to hide. Love does conquer all. Come armed with tissues!!! Free entry.
Sunday, May 22 from 2pm-4pm
Four panelists will share their experiences from the 80’s through current day.
Saturday, June 4 from 12pm-2pm
Nance Lomax, the youngest survivor of the Stonewall riots, will speak to her experience. Nance travels from Philadelphia to be here for us and we are honored.
Saturday, June 11 from 12pm-2pm- Nichole Mayweather-Banks, LCSW, will discuss the problem of homelessness within the trans community and will explain concepts or gender, sex, sexuality and barriers faced by this segment of the population.
Additional Programs and Events
Thursday, June 16, 6pm – 8pm- Juneteenth Open Mic Night
Join us for an open mic night as we begin a weekend of celebrating Juneteenth with the Town of Windsor Human Relations Commission.
Sunday evenings at 6pm- Gentle Yoga for Stress Management:
Beth Gibbs teaches therapeutic yoga, which focuses on easy-to-learn yoga postures. Learn more at windsorartcenter.org.
This exhibition is supported in part by funding from CT Humanities, UHART, Print Hub and local businesses, organizations and individuals from our community.