All frocked up: Glimpses of cross-dressing in Saskatchewan is a digital exhibition about the history of female and male impersonation performed as entertainment in Saskatchewan. This exhibition grew from a project documenting drag in Saskatoon and as part of an ongoing effort to preserve the history of Saskatchewan’s gay and lesbian communities. The exhibition includes photographs and clippings from several archives in Saskatchewan.
This digital project was created in 2003 and was curated by Neil Richards. It was archived in 2020. It is not being updated and is not formatted for mobile browsers.