The American LGBTQ+ Museum and the New York Historical Society’s Women’s History Center welcome guests to an evening of fashion, witchcraft and tarot readings on January 20, 2023. New-York Historical supports the exhibition The Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning and Reclaiming, which closes on January 22, 2023.
Glamor Magick is a panel discussion exploring the intersections of fashion, witchcraft, fetishes and queer subcultures. Colleen Hill, curator of MFIT’s Fairy Tale Fashion. Dia Dynasty, a New York-based shamanatrix in Denny’s Major Arcana. Artist Kendrick Day, creator of the Queer Black Tarot Deck. Kellen Ben Hollin, fashion historian and curator of women’s history at New York Historical, will moderate.
Following the panel, Glamor Magick attendees were treated to a photographic presentation of Hogan McLaughlin’s fashion designs and Joyce B. Corwin at New-York Historical’s beautiful Skylight gallery by Justin Henry, author of The Black Queer Tarot guidebook. Women’s history gallery.