CURATED BY JACKIE CLAY
The Invisible Histories Project (IHP) is designed to be a repository for the preservation of the history of LGBTQ life first in the state of Alabama and then the entire Southeast. The archive will preserve, collect, and protect the living history of the diversity of the Queer community–both urban and rural.
IHP is invested in providing scholars with direct access to materials as well as creating a network of people conducting LGBTQ Southern archiving, preservation, education, and research to make scholarship more accessible. We focus on providing education of the Queer South to those within and outside the region through speaking, exhibiting, online materials, and publications.
COVID-19 PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES:
To protect staff and patrons alike, Alabama Contemporary requires a mask and social distancing in the galleries. We’ve also amended our hours, are waiving admission, and placing limits on capacity. For more information on our COVID-19 opening policy go here. We encourage everyone to be safe and socially conscious as we all learn to move forward through this together.
OPENING RECEPTION: July 9, 2021