STONEWALL NATIONAL MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
Archeion is a quarterly journal of SNMA’s archive, library, and museum, published in February, May, August, and November.
In depth articles examine recent archival exhibitions at SNMA and commissioned contributions from writers, archivists, curators, artists, performers, activists, and poets working in LGBTQ studies, art, archives, and visual culture. Archeion is intended to ignite dialogue, conversation, and community around the complexities of queer life and identity.
Archeion is edited by Andy Johnson, a DC- based curator, arts writer, and editor. He is currently director of Gallery 102 at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, editor of Dirt, and you can learn more about his work at www.AndyDJohnson.com.
Copies are mailed to the home address of all current Stonewall members.
Exhibitions: OutWrite, Early Gay Gatherings (1957-1965)
Contributors: Stephanie Andrea Allen, Wayson Jones, Thee Gay Agenda
Exhibitions: Robert Giard- Photographs
Contributors: Sarah Schulman, Clifford Prince King, Alina Van Ryzin, Tyler Carson, Jay Watkins, Margaret Galvan, Bobuq Sayed, Gerber/Hart Library & Archives, Rainbow History Project
Exhibitions: Don’t Ask, Do Tell and Misinformation
Contributors: William H. Mosley, III, Ph. D., Cea (Constantine Jones), Andy Johnson, and Ryan Conrad, Ph.D.
Exhibitions: Off Our Backs: Lesbian Feminist Periodicals 1956-2000 and The Saint
Contributors: Jessica Lynne, Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz, Vince Aletti, and Club Quarantine
Exhibitions: Life Letters- LGBTQ Expressions of Love and Queers @ Home
Contributors: Antonius Tin Bui, Lola Flash, Naima Green, John Paradiso, Erica Cardwell.
Exhibitions: BLK – The National Black Lesbian and Gay News Magazine and Elected Sisters – Pioneering Bi, Lesbian and Trans Political Leaders.
Contributors: Che Gossett, Joe Tolbert Jr., Dr. Rachel Corbman, and Jamie Grace Alexander.
Mon-Fri 11 am - 5 pm Sat 11 am - 3 pm Closed Sun
Stonewall is grateful to the following funders for their support of our operations and programs.
Funding for this organization is provided in part by the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, As recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.