Glendale Library, Arts & Culture seeks to document the history of Glendale’s LGBTQ+ community through audio and video firsthand testimonies and conversations.
In our work to document local history, we recognize that we are missing vital stories and records from our LGBTQ+ community members. This community collections project is a step towards filling these silences.
GLAC is calling for these submissions in order to document Glendale’s unique LGBTQ+ culture and history to help inspire diversity, inclusion, and create a sense of community that has not been publicly visible for the past several decades.
GLAC is committed to documenting the history of Glendale and invites submissions from Glendale residents past and present, or anyone who has worked in or has gone to school in Glendale. We accept submissions in a variety of formats: images, audio and video files, artwork, prose and poetry or other written accounts of your experiences. Please note that materials submitted to this collection will be viewable to the public. If you need access to equipment to create or digitize your submissions, they will soon be available for check out at the Library. We will continue to accept submissions beyond Pride Month.
MP3, MP4, JPEG, JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, TIF, EPUB2, EPUB3, PDF, JPG/JPEG, MPG, MOV, AVI, 3GP, FLV, DIVX, WEBM, OGG