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Art in Context: Before Stonewall 

When: Fri., June 28, 8-11:45 p.m.
Phone: 412-237-8300
Email: information@warhol.org
Price: Free; Registration is required
www.warhol.org/event/art-in-context-before-stonewall
On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBTQ+ Film Festival and The Warhol present Before Stonewall, an award-winning documentary film that offers a fascinating, fast-paced history of the LGBTQ+ community in America through historical footage and revealing interviews. Co-director and producer Robert Rosenberg will appear on-screen for a Skype Q&A following the film. Afterwards, Jellyfish (DJs Steph Tsong, Ricky Moslen and Adam Shuck) will host a late-night, queer dance party in the museum’s entrance space. Co-presented with Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBTQ+ Film Festival. Art in Context: Before Stonewall is generously supported by the American Eagle Outfitters
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