Reframing history for a Queerer future.

The first LGBTQ+ arts and media virtual museum of its kind – available free to the public

Reframing history for a Queerer future.

The first LGBTQ+ arts and media virtual museum of its kind – available free to the public

NEW EXHIBITIONS

Black, Queer, and Here

What does being here mean? For this year’s Black History Month, beyond presenting a space of the intersectional identity of being Black and queer to be centered, we wanted to take a look at what does representation looks like in 2022.

Animating Our Lives

To close out the month of January, the OutMuseum is celebrating queer animation and highlighting a few of our favorite animated films from recent festivals.

Manifesting Change

We’re ringing in the New Year by focusing on the grounding and transformational spirit of Manifesting Change, featuring a short film collection, guided meditation, media roundtable, and – on January 19th at 5 pm PT – a 24-hour screening with AppleTV+ of Todd Haynes’s the Velvet Underground.

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Permanent Collections

Enjoy unique collections curated by Outfest’s programming team like titles from the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project including restorations of groundbreaking documentary work from Pat Rocco and Pam Walton, and a library of short films created by filmmakers in Outset: The Young Filmmakers Project.