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GLAAD Media Awards Celebrate Non-Prejudicial Art



The GLAAD Media Awards celebrate outstanding representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and our allies on TV, in film, and in the news. These are the images and stories that bring us closer to equality. The Awards also support GLAAD’s work every day to grow acceptance and understanding of LGBT people. From working alongside an Ohio mom to put an end to the Boy Scouts of America’s anti-gay policies to helping LGBT families across the country share their stories of love and commitment with millions, GLAAD is leading the conversation for LGBT equality.

First Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art





The Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art is the first dedicated LGBTQ art museum in the world with a mission to exhibit and preserve LGBTQ art, and foster the artists who create it.  The Leslie-Lohman Museum embraces the rich creative history of the LGBTQ art community by informing, inspiring, entertaining and challenging all who enter its doors.
 

Gay Men’s Choral Groups Across the Nation



GayMensChorus.org is a helpful index of the various gay men chorus groups in existence. By some estimates, there are more than 100 choruses with 10,000 singers. The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus is the world's oldest, and largest group.

Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA)



GALA Choruses, the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses, leads the North American LGBT choral movement. Our more than 170 member choruses and their 8,000 singers look to us for support and leadership. We are dedicated to helping choruses become more effective, both artistically and administratively. We assist emerging choruses and facilitate networking and training for established groups.

The Gay and Lesbian Review: A Bimonthly Journal of History, Culture, and Politics



The Mission of The Gay & Lesbian Review / Worldwide (G&LR) is to provide a forum for enlightened discussion of issues and ideas of importance to lesbians and gay men; to advance gay and lesbian culture by providing a quality vehicle for its best writers and thinkers; and to educate a broader public on gay and lesbian topics.
 

Music, History, and Performance

Gay and Lesbian Association Of Choruses

Gaylaxicon - LGBT SCI FI Horror Convention

GroundSpark - It’s Elementary (Gays in Schools TV Show)

International Association Of Gay (LGBT) Square Dance Clubs

International Association Of Gay And Lesbian Country Western Dance Clubs

Lavender Country and Folk Dancers - Clubs and Camps

Lesbian And Gay Bands Association

Lesbian Herstory Archives

National Women's Music Festival / Women In The Arts

One National Gay And Lesbian Archives - of LGBT Heritage

Purple Circuit - Theatre and Performance

Stonewall Library And Archives of LGBT History


American Musicological Society LGBTQ Study Group

American Folklore Society LGBTQA Section - Music and Dance

Entertainment Industries Council - EIC



Culture, History, and the Arts, Music, Cinema, Radio/TV - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Listings

  1. About Gay Movies
    note: an informational site; gay-themed films (feature films, documentaries, and TV series) with basic information, synopsis, gay interest description, and quotes; list of film festivals; actors and actresses in gay films
    http://www.aboutgaymovies.info

  2. Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival (Austin, Texas)
    http://www.agliff.org

  3. Chicago Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival
    note: click on Reeling
    http://www.chicagofilmmakers.org/navabout.htm

  4. Commerical Closet
    note: a non-profit organization dedicated to charting the evolving worldwide portrayals of the LGBT Community in mainstream advertising..."the world's largest collection of gay advertising..."
    http://www.CommercialCloset.org

  5. DeepFocus Productions, Inc. (Los Angeles)
    note: produces films on Asian American and glbt issues; founded by filmmaker Arthur Dong
    http://www.deepfocusproductions.com

  6. The Estate Project for Artists with AIDS A Project of the Alliance for Arts (New York)
    note: includes gallery, announcements, information about artists with AIDS

  7. European Gay Skin Association
    note: "to contribute to the skinhead way of life"
    http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/4010/main.htm

  8. Festival de Films Gays et Lesbiens (Paris)
    http://www/ffglp.net

  9. GALA. Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses
    http://www.galachoruses.org

  10. Gay League of America
    note: information on gay comics, gay comics characters, and their writers and artists
    http://members.aol.com/gayoleague

  11. Gay Televsion Network
    note: "the first totally GLBT satellite channel...on televsion in the United States"
    http://www.wearegaytv.com

  12. GAYBC Radio Network.
    note: webcasting; online radio programs; for listening software, consult the website; division of Stellar Networks, Inc. (Seattle), formerly GLOradio Corporation
    http://www.gaybc.com

  13. GLAMA. Gay/Lesbian American Music Awards.
    note: "national music awards program to celebrate the work of out recording artists"
    http://www.glama.com GLOradio. see: GAYBC.com

  14. The History Project: Documenting Boston's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender History.
    http://www.historyproject.org

  15. In The Life (U.S.)
    note: national public television series on gay and lesbian issues and culture
    http://www.inthelifetv.org/

  16. International Association of Lesbian and Gay Children of Holocaust Survivors
    note: to recall the Nazi persecution of homosexuals, to remember the holocaust tragedy, to educate, and to provide support
    http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/1687/gayindex.html

  17. Lambda Literary Foundation
    http://www.lambdaliterary.org

  18. The Lavender Salon Reader Online! The Online Forum for Gay & Lesbian Reading Clubs (U.S.)
    http://www.athenet.net/lavsalon/

  19. Lesbians in the Visual Arts (San Francisco)
    http://www.lesbianarts.org

  20. Lesbian and Gay Country Music Association.
    http://www.lgcma.com

  21. The Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation
    note: "not-for-profit foundation madated to preserve and encourage the creation of gay art;" the gallery section not available to minors
    http://www.3wnet.com/corp/Leslie_Lohman/

  22. Long Yang Club
    note: international club, for gay Asians and interested non-Asians; celebrates Asian culture
    http://www.longyangclub.org

  23. Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
    http://outfest.org/lafest.frame.html

  24. Michigan Womyn's Festival
    note: matriarchal, feminist, lesbian-friendly
    http://www.michfest.com

  25. National Museum of Lesbian and Gay History (New York)
    note: part of the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center
    http://www.gaycenter.org/museum.html

  26. New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film/Video Festival
    (note: includes some archival information also)
    http://www.echonyc.com/~mix/home.html

  27. New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
    http://www.newfestival.org

  28. On the Purple Circuit (Burbank, CA)
    note: "...to promote GLQBT theatre and performance...."; news, lists of playwrights, theatres, plays, and other relevant GLQBT theatre information
    http://www.buddybuddy.com/pc.html

  29. Out Takes Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (New Zealand)
    note: presented by Reel Queer Inc., a non-profit organization
    http://www.outtakes.org.nz

  30. Outtakes: Lesbianism in Film
    note: "...dedicated to research and reviews of films with lesbianism and lesbian themes..."; extensive listings and reviews; search by film title, review keyword, director, language, actress; linked to TLA Video for video purchase
    http://www.outtakes.net

  31. OutWrite
    note: national queer writers' conference
    http://www.bsef.org/outwrite.shtml

  32. Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
    http://www.phillyfests.com/pigliff

  33. PlanetOut Radio
    note: 24-hour glbt programming webcast in RealAudio
    http://www.planetout.com/gloradio

  34. Queer Arts Resource
    note: on-line exhibitions, essays and interviews, links to artists and art sites; events calendar, archive on queer art and culture; annotated list of new and noteworthy books on art, artists, photography and art history; on-line discussion group
    http://www.queer-arts.org

  35. Queer Music Heritage
    note: "to preserve and share the music of our culture"; includes audio sound files, visuals, gay musical & radio shows information, and discographies; queer musician websites and drag artists (singer impersonations); features include interviews, award lists, commentary; limited to current (1970's+) popular music.
    note: http://www.queermusicheritage.com

  36. San Francisco Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
    http://www.frameline.org/festival

  37. Stiftung Stonewall (Switzerland)
    note: foundation that supports glbt cultural and political projects
    http://www.stonewall.ch

  38. Sveriges Gayradio. Sweden's Gay Radio
    note: links to gay radio stations in Gavle, Goteborg, Halland, Malmo, Stockholm, Trestad, Orebro
    http://www.rfsl.se/gayradio

  39. Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Film Festival. Queer Screen. (Sydney, Australia)
    note: Sydney's annual gay & lesbian film festival, part of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Arts Festival
    http://www.queerscreen.com.au

  40. The Tom of Finland Foundation
    note: "a non-profit archive for the erotic arts;" not for minors
    http://www.eroticarts.com/

  41. Tranny Fest. Transgender & Transgenre Film, Video, Culture (San Francisco)
    note: previous festival information archived
    http://members.aol.com/trannyfest

  42. Triangle Broadcasting
    note: stations in various cities
    http://trianglebroadcasting.com

  43. ULOAH. United Lesbians of African Heritage
    note: sponsors annual Sistahfest!; promotes heritage, culture, support
    http://members.aol.com/uloah

  44. Visual AIDS
    note: "...to increase public awareness of AIDS through the visual art..."; site has extensive web gallery, online newsletter (1999/2000+), online publications, programs & events sites
    http://www.thebody.com/visualaids/

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