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Great Raffle Prizes at MOMENTUM! 5 Years and Counting! Friday, 11/17

  We’ve got some great raffle prizes to give away at Momentum! 5 Years and Counting! A birthday party & fundraiser for the Bureau! next Friday!!! 2 pairs of tix to Chris Harder‘s Porn to be a Star: A new play by Chris Harder! 1 pair of tix to Sasha Velour‘s Nightgowns on New Year’s [...]

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Join us on Friday, November 17th, for MOMENTUM! 5 Years and Counting! A Birthday Party and Fundraiser for the Bureau!

  Join the Bureau of General Services—Queer Division to celebrate our 5th birthday! Friday, November 17, 6 to 9:30 PM The LGBT Community Center 208 West 13th Street, Room 301 New York, NY 10011 Tickets $25 Click here to purchase tickets!   Flyer design: Paul Moreno   Raffle prizes! Food! Drink! Dancing! Performances! Fun!   [...]

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David Getsy’s Essay for Jared Buckhiester’s Exhibition Love Me Tender Is Now Online

  Check out David Getsy’s essay for Jared Buckhiester‘s exhibition Love Me Tender (curated by Getsy), on view at the Bureau from September 15 through November 12, 2017. An illustrated print version of this essay is available for free at the Bureau during the run of the exhibition.   Images: Left: Jared Buckhiester, Squadron of 12 position [...]

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Current Exhibition: Jared Buckhiester: Love Me Tender, September 15-November 12, 2017

  JARED BUCKHIESTER: LOVE ME TENDER September 15—November 12, 2017 Opening reception on Friday, September 15, 6-9 PM   Curated by David Getsy Download a PDF of this press release.   ​Jared Buckhiester, Untold, 15.5 x 21 inches, ink and gouache on paper with newsprint collage, 2016   The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division is proud [...]

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Summer exhibition: Policing Gender, Lorenzo Triburgo: June 8—September 10, 2017

  Policing Gender is an installation of photographs and audio created by artist Lorenzo Triburgo. The photographs in Policing Gender are abstract metaphors on absence and imprisonment and the audio component is a compilation of voices of LGBTQ prisoners with whom the artist has been writing on a long-term basis. Policing Gender will be on view at the Bureau from June [...]