The Nasher Sculpture Center, in collaboration with the Dallas Arts District, Dallas Museum of Art, and Crow Museum of Asian Art, celebrates the national LGBTQ+ Pride Month and Dallas Pride community. The Nasher stands in solidarity with those continuing to create a just world, and these resources highlight their dedicated work. As PRIDE celebrations move online this year, the Nasher honors LGBTQ+ artists, activists, and art stories.
2020 Dallas Pride
The Resource Center: The Resource Center is a trusted leader that empowers the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) communities and all people affected by HIV through improving health and wellness, strengthening families and communities, and providing transformative education and advocacy. .
FUSE: Fuse is a group for gay, bisexual, queer, and questioning guys between the ages of 18–35 in the DFW Metroplex. Their mission is to foster a safe, healthy, and supportive community. .
MPowerment: The MPowerment Project is a model HIV prevention program that has been specifically designed to address the needs of young gay and bisexual men. .
United Black Ellument: United Black Ellument exists to enable young, black same-gender-loving men to fulfill their greatest potential for good. .
Southern Pride: Southern Pride has worked very hard to bridge the gap within the community by ensuring Dallas Black Pride Weekend included the voices and participation of those often talked about but not included. .
Arttitude: Arttitude wishes to capture the narratives of marginalized communities in the form of artistic expression, because it is these stories that highlight diversity. Arttitude is where the artistic community, academic researchers, and public and private advocacy organizations intersect with the goal of telling stories and inciting real and positive change for the future. .
Rainbow Roundup: Rainbow Roundup is a non-profit organization that promotes acceptance in all aspects of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender families and allies, to served and strengthen the community through social activities, education, and connecting resources to individuals. .
Gay and Lesbian Fund for Dallas: The Gay and Lesbian Fund for Dallas promotes equality and raises awareness of the personal and financial contributions of gays and lesbians in Dallas by offering meaningful philanthropic and giving opportunities. .
Dallas Voice | OUT North Texas: Dallas Voice is the premier media source for LGBTQ+ Texas. OUT North Texas is the official LGBTQ+ visitors guide for Dallas/Fort Worth. These publications detail the arts community, visitor information, and relocation guides. .
2020 Pride Block Party: Community Partners
Bruce Wood Dance Company
Cathedral of Hope
Coalition for Aging LGBT
Dallas Arts District
Dallas Holocaust Museum
The Dallas Way
DFW Federal Club & Equality Texas
Downtown Dallas, Inc.
Flexible Grey Theater
Gay and Lesbian Fund for Dallas
Klyde Warren Park
LGBTA Business Professional Network
LGBT Chamber of Commerce
Real Live Connection/Teen Pride
The Resource Center
Trans Kids and Families of Texas
Turtle Creek Chorale
United Black Ellument