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Making Scenes | Lecture: "Schooling the Children: It Came from Club Häagen-Dazs"
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Photo of Waiyde Palmer by David Arenas
Making Scenes: Friday Nights at the de Young presents a night curated by 2012 Artist Fellow Monique Jenkinson (aka Fauxnique), presented in partnership with Dancers' Group and CounterPULSE
Club Cultures History Lecture Series, Part 1
"Schooling the Children: It Came from Club Häagen-Dazs"
Waiyde Palmer, longtime artist, activist, bartender, and self-proclaimed club-crawler, will give a talk on the history of queer club cultures in San Francisco and beyond: how they have been shaped by changes in our political and cultural landscape, and how these changes have been shaped by the club cultures; how they were devastated by AIDS, and how they have managed to survive and re-create themselves.
Note: Some content may not be appropriate for all ages.
Lectures are free.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Lecture begins at 8:00 p.m.
Tonight's public programs are free. Tickets are required to view the permanent collection or special exhibitions.
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Contact InformationGregory Stock
This project has been generously funded by the James Irvine Foundation's Innovation Fund and The Institute of Museum and Library Sciences.