Here it is, the poster collection of the Forum is online![Read more…] about The Forum’s Poster-Collection
Projection on the Crisis (Gauweilereien in Munich) takes a kaleidoscopic and retrospective look at the
early days of the AIDS crisis in Germany during the 1980s – a time in which Munich’s repressive policies against gay people reached its peak:
We have new Forum T-shirts available, which were hand-screen printed using the iris process.[Read more…] about New Forum T-shirts
The artist has been researching the AIDS crisis of the 1980s since 2013 in the self-organized Forum Queeres Archiv München.[Read more…] about Philipp Gufler has been awarded with the Medienpreis HIV/AIDS 2019/20!
From Nov 11th to Dec 9th, Monacensia and the Münchner Stadtbibliothek called for participation in the blog parade “Frauen und Erinnerungskultur (“Women and Memory Culture”) #femaleheritage”.
Our member Ariane Rüdiger wrote a guest article about the women´s and lesbian movement of the 1980s and 1990s as well as an article about Christa Reinig, a poet and author. The project “Wegmarken”, which was initiated by Ariane Rüdiger and other female members of the Forum, attempts to commemorate the movement and individual figures.
Anti-Semitism and right-wing terror have become part of everyday life in Germany again. Munich cannot exclude itself from this development. A look into the past shows how long this dangerous tradition goes back.[Read more…] about The Attack on Magnus Hirschfeld on October 4th, 1920
We are happy to announce that part of the family owned estate of the painter Paul Hoecker (1854–1910) has found its way into the Forum Queeres Archiv München e. V..[Read more…] about Estate of Paul Hoecker
“ACT UP München” existed only for a short time. In 1995 they made a poster for public space in the city which said: “Ich nehme immer noch Drogen, weil meine Eltern immer noch CSU wählen!” [I’m still taking drugs, as my parents are still voting for the CSU].[Read more…] about Act Up München t-shirts by Philipp Gufler
The Münchner Stadtmuseum, the Stadtarchiv München (Munich City Archives) and Forum Queeres Archiv München e.V. – LesBiSchwulTransInter* in Geschichte und Kultur (lesbians and gays in history and culture) have jointly launched an appeal to collect objects and documents relating to Munich City’s LGBTI+ history, past and present.[Read more…] about Munich probes into its LGBTI+ history