queer times school prints is an exhibition exploring aspects of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Polysexual, Queer, Intersex + Allies (LGBTPQI+A) histories and experiences in Scotland from the past 50 years. This exhibition is part of an art and citizenship project commissioned and acquired by Glasgow Museums from Jason E. Bowman, an artist with a curatorial practice.
queer times school prints includes education prints commissioned from 10 artists, a film programme, a changing display of archive material and a public programme. It is part of the art and citizenship project, queer tim?s school that began in Summer 2018.
The queer times school involved a series of assemblies held 23 – 27 July & 4 August 2018 across museums, libraries and archives venues in Glasgow with 27 speakers. Speakers presented on key issues, circumstances and conditions affecting LGBTPQI + lives and histories from 1967 until the present. These included: activists, lobbyists and campaigners; art and social historians; art producers, artists, curators and archivists; conservators and museum collection specialists; writers and poets; sociologists, scientists and health workers; marriage celebrants; schools and higher education educators and politicians.