Seven individuals in 1970s clothing and fashion stand in front of a doorway, huddled close together and smiling. A man in the front row wears a shirt reading "I am 'One'. Are You?" The image includes the logo of the exhibit that says "Rainbows & Revolutions"

Current Exhibition

Rainbows & Revolutions

LGBTQ+ people have always been part of Colorado communities. They have pushed against stereotypes, transforming the way mainstream society views them. Rainbows & Revolutions is about more than just Pride– the exhibit explores how LGBTQ+ people’s very existence in Colorado has been a rebellious act beyond the rainbow, from quiet assertions of identity to loud and proud demonstrations for civil rights and equality.

Seven individuals in 1970s clothing and fashion stand in front of a doorway, huddled close together and smiling. A man in the front row wears a shirt reading "I am 'One'. Are You?"
A stained glass window, depicting two women's heads facing each other. One has blue hair, the other has blonde hair. They are faceless.
A collection of colorful political buttons on a white surface. They read: "Women Against Violence Against Women (Disarm Rapists)" ; "Happy 5th Birthday Woman to Woman Sept. 1980" ; "How dare you presume me to be heterosexual" ; "Woman to Woman" ; "Come Out" ; "Stars & Dykes Forever" ; "Sexism is a Social Disease"; "An Army of Lovers Cannot Lose" ; and "Dyke"
A leather vest, with words on the back in rhinestones: "Mr Rocky Mtn Drummer, 1997." [sic]
A man with a mustache wearing 1980s/90s leather scene fashion, including a leather shirt, hat, and gloves.

Everyday you wake up alive, relatively happy, and a functioning human being, you are committing a rebellious act. You as an alive and functioning queer are a revolutionary.

Queers Read This (Anonymous Leaflet, June 1990)