The Pink Museum
|The Pink Museum
|The Pink Museum
The museum was erected in the mid nineties by a private foundation, and has a quite modern architecture with lots of glass and white plaster. The front gate is crowned by a great pink triangle, and all window and door trimmings are also pink, to underscore the nature and intent of the museum.
It was the only museum in Malton completely dedicated to LGBT issues. For nearly a decade, the Malton Pride Parade had its start and finish here. The nature of the museum's exhibitions can still be guessed by the tattered rainbow flags waving from the lobby, and on the walls are still displayed works by Tom of Finland and Diane DiMassa, although much of the more delicate displays have been destroyed by looting survivors and ransacking zombies alike.
Just before the outbreak, the museum had a joint venture with nextdoor Fluck Library, participating in a series of lectures and a shared exhibition.
The Pink Museum currently houses a collection of African sculpture, with special focus on fertility fetish figurines with enormous genitals.
The Pink Museum is currently not base of operation for any known survivor group.
None, it's a museum.
The museum should be Very Strongly Barricaded until further notice, to ensure new arrivals a place to stay and relax while appreciating what's left of the exhibitions.
June 5th, 2007 Drama Club staged a performance of "Army of Darkness" at The Pink Museum as part of their Border Tour of Malton. The group plans to travel clockwise around the border suburbs of Malton with one show in each suburb. Today they performed for the lone survivor here as part of this tour. See their group page for performing groups and schedules.