Gay by Design, with the New York School of Interior Design

April 10, 2019 | 6:00pm-8:00pm

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The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project is delighted to be hosted by the New York School of Interior Design for a discussion of LGBT historic sites of the design communities. From the 17th century to the year 2000, sites – such as former residences of LGBT notables, bars and clubs, educational and cultural institutions, works of public art and architecture, activism locations, and performing arts venues – illustrate the richness of the city’s LGBT history and the community’s influence on American culture.

Photos: Elsie de Wolfe, often credited as America’s first professional interior designer, in ball costume, 1905. Photo by Byron Co. Courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York.