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Evolving out of the Harlem ballroom scene of the 1960s, house and vogue culture was founded and created by black and brown queer folks in the 80s and has since grown to become a cultural staple of expression, performance and attitude – not exclusively to the community responsible for it’s creation. Duckwalk to the Stony… Learn More


In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the experimental documentary and LGBTQ Pride, Arts Bank Cinema is proud to host a special screening of Marlon Riggs’ Tongues Untied (1989). This radical documentary gives voice to communities of black gay men, presenting their cultures and perspectives on the world as they confront racism, homophobia, and marginalization…. Learn More


As part of Arts Bank Cinema’s new American Pride, American Prejudice summer classic film series, we are excited to screen IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, examining moral authority and white liberalism. This series is curated and hosted by film historian Ashley Cooper, post-screening community discussions follow the films. This screening is free and open… Learn More