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Traveling Exhibits

The Leather Archives & Museum provides several different traveling exhibits customized for any size event. An attendant accompanies the exhibit to answer questions, take donations and provide event participants information on how to donate to the collections, perform research and answer any other questions event participants have.

SECOND SKIN: An LA&M Satellite Exhibit

The Leather Archives & Museum can provide up to 30 vests/sashes or other material items from our collection depending on the size of the space available. This exhibit includes photos and bios of the previous owner of the item, a video slide show of images from events and clubs from your region, a video about the LA&M itself and select items that pertain to your event demographic.

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The Master/slave Exhibit

This exhibit highlights the Master/slave lifestyle history through art, photography, stories and artifacts. Made possible through a generous grant from Southplains Leatherfest, it is a very popular exhibit at Pansexual events.  

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The Women’s Leather History Project

The Women’s Leather History Project (WLHP) represents the LA&M’s ongoing commitment to making the diverse voices of women in leather visible and heard. This exhibit, curated by Jakob VanLammeren highlights the rich history available from the Leather Archives & Museum.


Information Booth

Perfect for any event where you just want your event participants to have the basic information about the Leather Archives & Museum and the community it serves. This exhibit can fit in a small space approximately 10’ x 10’

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