Join DOROT As They Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Historic 1969 Stonewall Uprising Through Art, Film, and Story Sharing


Art After Stonewall Exhibit Talk
Thursday, June 20th at 5:30pm

Art After Stonewall (1969 – 1989) at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery is the first exhibit to explore the impact on visual culture of the LGBTQ liberation movement sparked by the Stonewall Uprising fifty years ago. Learn more about this important artistic period from J. English Cook, curator and art historian.

Before Stonewall: 16mm Film Screening and Q&A with Directors
Thursday, July 11th at 5:30pm

Join us for this acclaimed documentary that provides a revealing look at the events that led to the 1969 Stonewall Uprising through historical footage and amazing interviews. Director Greta Schiller and Research Director Andrea will lead a post-screening Q&A. In collaboration with The New York Public Library’s Reserve Film & Video Collection. 

Stonewall Stories Panel, in partnership with StoryCorps
Thursday, August 8th at 5:30pm

Experience the Stonewall Uprising through the stories of those who lived in New York City at the time. This panel of storytellers will share their memories of this moment in time that helped shape the future of LGTBQ rights. Panel facilitated by StoryCorps staff.

Interested in sharing your story? DOROT is pleased to be a part of the StoryCorps’ Stonewall OutLoud initiative. During the months of June and July, we will record the stories and lived experiences of people within the LGBTQ community to ensure their legacies are remembered. Contact Lena King at or 917-441-3744 to learn more.

All programs will take place at the DOROT Auditorium (171 West 85th Street). RSVP at: or 917-441-3745.

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