When: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 7PM
Location: Station Museum of Contemporary Art
1502 Alabama St. , Houston, TX 77004
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall and in conjunction with Contemporary Arts Museum Houston‘s STONEWALL 50 Exhibition, QFest and Station Museum of Contemporary Art present PRIDE DIVIDE. First debuting in 1997, the documentary examines differences in the gender divide amongst gay men and women. After the screening, join us for a panel discussion to contextualize the conversation for the current state of queer politics and give a broader sense of intergenerational dialogue.
Directed by Paris Poirier
(1997, 59 min, USA, English)
“An unflinching, provocative, and overdue examination of the conflicts between gay men and women, and their effect of queer politics.” – Riz Rollins, The Stranger
This event is free with donations encouraged at the door. Street parking is available in addition to a small parking lot in front of the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.