“E2”

Power, gender and sexuality collide in Bob Bartlett’s contemporary reimagining of Christopher Marlowe’s tale of England’s infamous ineffectual king. Affairs of state that shocked Renaissance audiences are as close to this moment as they were in their own. Edward alienates his queen and court when he elevates his “favourite” to the level of consort. As we witness the newly crowned monarch navigate a love affair that could be the downfall of his monarchy, we are asked: what price do we pay when we make the personal political? “E2” opens October 31, 2019, with a limited run through November 17 in […]

Maryland LGBTQ History Listening Session in Baltimore

Preservation Maryland will host a public forum and listening session about LGBTQ history in Maryland on Thursday, June 13, 2019, 5:30PM-7:30PM at Chase Brexton Health Center in Baltimore City. Everyone is welcome to attend and are encouraged to come prepared to discuss local spots, like libraries, bars, churches, clinics, and private homes, that have been important in their own lives and to the lives of LGBTQ people in Maryland. Learn more at: https://www.preservationmaryland.org/programs/six-to-fix/projects/new-projects/documenting-lgbtq-history/. PROJECT BACKGROUND As a part of our ongoing work in LGBTQ history, Preservation Maryland will host five public listening sessions across the state during Pride Month to […]

Maryland LGBTQ History Listening Session in Annapolis

Preservation Maryland will host a public forum and listening session about LGBTQ history in Maryland on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 from 6PM to 8PM at the AIA Maryland storefront in Annapolis. Everyone is welcome to attend and are encouraged to come prepared to discuss local spots, like libraries, bars, churches, clinics, and private homes, that have been important in their own lives and to the lives of LGBTQ people in Maryland. Learn more at: https://www.preservationmaryland.org/programs/six-to-fix/projects/new-projects/documenting-lgbtq-history/. PROJECT BACKGROUND As a part of our ongoing work in LGBTQ history, Preservation Maryland will host five public listening sessions across the state during Pride […]

Maryland LGBTQ History Listening Session in Frederick

Preservation Maryland will host a public forum and listening session about LGBTQ history in Maryland on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 6PM to 8PM at the Frederick Visitor Center. Everyone is welcome to attend and are encouraged to come prepared to discuss local spots, like libraries, bars, churches, clinics, and private homes, that have been important in their own lives and to the lives of LGBTQ people in Maryland. Learn more at: https://www.preservationmaryland.org/programs/six-to-fix/projects/new-projects/documenting-lgbtq-history/. PROJECT BACKGROUND As a part of our ongoing work in LGBTQ history, Preservation Maryland will host five public listening sessions across the state during Pride Month to […]

Maryland LGBTQ History Listening Session in Salisbury

Preservation Maryland will host a public forum and listening session about LGBTQ history in Maryland on Monday, June 10, 2019 from 6PM to 8PM at the Salisbury University Downtown Art Gallery. Everyone is welcome to attend and are encouraged to come prepared to discuss local spots, like libraries, bars, churches, clinics, and private homes, that have been important in their own lives and to the lives of LGBTQ people in Maryland. Learn more at: presmd.org/lgbtq. PROJECT BACKGROUND As a part of our ongoing work in LGBTQ history, Preservation Maryland will host five public listening sessions across the state during Pride […]

Maryland LGBTQ History Listening Session in Takoma Park

Preservation Maryland will host an open public forum and listening session about LGBTQ history in Maryland on Sunday, June 9, 2019, 10AM-12PM at Historic Takoma, Maryland. Everyone is welcome to attend and are encouraged to come prepared to discuss local spots, like libraries, bars, churches, clinics, and private homes, that have been important in their own lives and to the lives of LGBTQ people in Maryland. Learn more at: presmd.org/lgbtq. PROJECT BACKGROUND As a part of our ongoing work in LGBTQ history, Preservation Maryland will host five public listening sessions across the state during Pride Month to help inform a […]

World AIDS Day- A History

The first World AIDS Day was first designated for the first day of December in 1988, seven and a half years after the virus was first recognized.  It provides an important opportunity for people around the world to show their solidarity with people living with HIV, to commemorate the people who have died from HIV/AIDS, and to recommit to standing united in the fight against HIV.

World AIDS Day- A History

The first World AIDS Day was first designated for the first day of December in 1988, seven and a half years after the virus was first recognized.  It provides an important opportunity for people around the world to show their solidarity with people living with HIV, to commemorate the people who have died from HIV/AIDS, and to recommit to standing united in the fight against HIV.