Wednesday 12pm - 5pm, Thursday through Sunday 12pm -6pm Please note the museum we will be closed June 9th, 2023 due to NYC air quality


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The Leslie-Lohman Museum is a dynamic and safe space where the LGBTQIA+ community and its allies engage in meaningful and authentic art experiences that foster empowerment and community building.

Virtual Exhibitions

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WE ARE KIND OF MORE: Gen Z Reframes Gender and Sexuality

We Are Kind of More: Gen Z Reframes Gender and Sexuality was conceived as part of an initiative by the LaGuardia and Wagner Archives to center the voices of LGBTQ students at LaGuardia Community College, a CUNY school located in Long Island City, Queens. Through photographic portraiture and oral histories, these students share their intimate stories of religion, family, personal identities and communities they have found in this richly diverse part of NYC. Originally titled Shades of the Rainbow: Gen Z Reframes Gender and Sexuality, the exhibition opened at LaGuardia in June of 2019 during the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

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Virtual Exhibitions


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Among the resources developed by the Learning Center for Arts and Intersectionality is LLM Learning Moments part of QueerArtTV, a new series of short videos. Each one focuses on a single work in the collection, guiding viewers through questions, conversations, and an object-oriented approach.

While the Leslie-Lohman Museum remains closed due to COVID-19, we reassert our commitment to our LGBTQ+ communities by sharing new and timely engagement activities created by our Learning Center teaching artists team.

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The Leslie-Lohman Museum Artist Fellowship is a program designed to empower and support queer artists. Each year, a cohort of ten to twelve emerging artists are invited to participate in a series of professional development workshop that provide art business skills, strategic planning, peer-to-peer learning, mentorship, and community building across disciplines to create a sustainable art practice.