Harrison Apple

A Virtual Time Capsule of Pittsburgh's LGBT Nightlife

Oct 10, 2013
Center for the Arts in Society / CMU

Harrison Apple has been exploring the underground. In speakeasies, bathhouses and after hours clubs, hes found a hypothetical time capsule of a rich gay nightlife in Pittsburgh between 1960 and 1990. Now as Artist in Residence at Carnegie Mellon Universitys Center for the Arts, Harrison not only exhibits his own work , but has been successful in bringing award-winning author and gay rights historian George Chauncey to CMUs 2013 Kim and Eric Giler lecture in the humanities Thursday afternoon.