FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Welcome to the The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art Website. Here you will find answers to some of the more frequently asked questions by our visitors.
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Does the Museum appraise art?
No. The Museum's staff are not official appraisers. If you need an appraiser we can suggest one. You may also wish to contact the Appraisers Association of America, Art Dealers Association of America, or the American Society of Appraisers to get more information on certain types of appraisals.
Can I donate art or money to the Museum?
Yes. The Museum appreciates donations of art to its collection. We also appreciate cash contributions. Please see … GET INVOLVED: SUPPORT
Can I become a member of the Museum?
Yes. You can become a member and receive numerous desirable benefits.
Please see … GET INVOLVED: MEMBERSHIP
Do you review art for upcoming shows?
Yes. But please do not just drop by with your work. It is best if you make an appointment.
Please see … GET INVOLVED: SUBMISSIONS
Can I submit a proposal for an Exhibition?
Yes. The Leslie-Lohman Museum uses a Guest Curator model meaning that all exhibitions are designed by Guest Curators. If you would like to be a Guest Curator, download a request for proposal here, Guest Curatorial Proposal Guidelines, and submit it to us as outlined in the attachment.
Can I become a volunteer or intern at the Museum?
Yes. The Museum relies heavily on volunteers and interns.
Please see …GET INVOLVED: PARTICIPATE
Can I leave art to the Museum in my will or estate plan?
Yes. Estate planning is a perfect way to ensure that the work of the Museum continues for decades to come. Please contact us about the appropriate language to include in your will or trust, or to set up a planned gift during your lifetime.
Do you provide grants to individuals or organizations?