GLF at 50: exhibition and more

An exhibition showcasing the artists/activists of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) both from 50 years ago and the present day

Explore the artistic talents and incredible stories of the artist/activists from the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) of 50 years ago, plus works from a younger generation of LGBTQ+ artist/activists.

It’s FREE! Come along to the Newington Green Meeting House between 10am and 4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The exhibition runs from 22nd September until 16th December.

There’ll also be series of events taking place over autumn, all organised by curator Dan de la Motte and friends. The events take place every Monday evening from October 4th until early November. The first event can be booked here, and the rest can be booked here. These events are organised entirely by the external curation team, and the links will take you off the NGMH website.

Curated by Dan de la Motte:

Get your copy of GLF at 50: The Art of Protest book:

The Newington Green Meeting House is a fully accessible, free heritage space sharing its radical history. It is a queer-friendly and trans-inclusive space. 

The Newington Green Meeting House takes an event-specific approach to Covid-19 precautions based on public health needs and the nature of the event. At this particular exhibition the following measures will be in force: clear signage outlining what is required of attendees, social distancing, mask wearing in place unless seated, one way system, and windows and doors open for ventilation where possible.

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