At the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art there are many ways to GET INVOLVED.
We welcome and encourage you to spend some time exploring the website, to learn more About Us, what we do, what we exhibit and what we stand for. Whether you stop by the Gallery to view our current exhibitions, films, or panel discussions, or simply enjoy the art and resources here on-line from your own home, we welcome you as an integral part of our community and encourage you to become more involved.
You can help support the Museum by making a donation.
If your budget allows you to support your favorite organization(s), we hope you will choose Leslie-Lohman as a recipient and make a tax-deductible donation. Check with your employer to see if s/he has a matching grant program. Estate planning, and Art donation is also an option.
The Leslie-Lohman Museum is a public non-profit, tax-exempt foundation and accepts artwork and monies from artists' estates and wills, as well as, art from individuals. You can also inquire about supporting special projects or donating towards purchasing a special work of art for the collection.
Become a Member of The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. Join us in celebrating five decades of exhibiting and preserving the visual legacy of gay men and women everywhere. We have many membership categories to choose from. Visit our membership page, and see what is right for you.
The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art offers a variety of opportunities for interested Volunteers and Interns.
Submitting art work for donation, or exhibition is another way to get involved. The Leslie-Lohman Gallery reviews artists work for upcoming open shows and encourages artists to submit work for inclusion in them. Also, Independent curators and writers are encouraged to submit show proposals for the Galleries, and articles for the Journal, The ARCHIVE.
However you choose to get involved we invite you to sign up for our mailing list and to keep abreast of what is happening at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.