Harrison Apple

Essential Pittsburgh
2:31 pm
Thu October 10, 2013

A Virtual Time Capsule of Pittsburgh's LGBT Nightlife

Harrison Apple has been chronicling Pittsburgh's GLBT nightlife through the decades.
Credit Center for the Arts in Society / CMU

Harrison Apple has been exploring the underground. In speakeasies, bathhouses and after hours clubs, he’s found a hypothetical time capsule of a rich gay nightlife in Pittsburgh between 1960 and 1990.

Now as Artist in Residence at Carnegie Mellon University’s 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 CMU’s 2013 Kim and Eric Giler lecture in the humanities Thursday afternoon.

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