Free and open to the public
Due to the nature of a walking tour, we will cap the outing at 20 people and once we reach that threshold, you can sign up for a waitlist. The rain date for the event will be Thursday, July 14.
June may be behind us, but Pride is year-round! Join the BSA's LGBTQ Network and The History Project for an exclusive walking tour of Boston's queer and architectural history. After the tour ends, we will reconvene at BSA Space for a reception and networking session. Attendees are encouraged to explore the on-view exhibition Now What?! Advocacy, Activism & Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968. The Now What?! exhibition is a perfect segue as it highlights the role architects and designers have played in advancing LGBTQ, women's, and civil rights within and beyond the architecture profession over the past 50+ years.
Can't join us for the walking tour? Come by BSA Space at 6:30 pm to meet others in the LGBTQ Network and to view the Now What?! exhibition. Light refreshments will be provided.
Please register using the links below.
The tour is currently full. Please use this LINK to join the waitlist and we'll contact you if a space opens up.
5:30 PM | Walking tour meets—location will be sent to those registered
6:30 PM | Tour will reconvene at BSA Space
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM | Reception & networking (open to all)
About the History Project
The History Project (THP) is the only organization focused exclusively on documenting and preserving the history of New England’s LGBTQ communities and sharing that history with LGBTQ individuals, organizations, allies, and the public. Read more about THP's work at their website: historyproject.org