Go to MOHAI and you'll see Boeing, the Great Fire, Rainier beer, the Kalakala, the Space Needle, Arthur Denny, Princess Angeline, Microsoft, and Amazon—but until now, the museum has never focused an exhibition on the Northwest's big, influential queer community. Through artifacts, photographs, and documents—many never seen in public before—Revealing Queer relates the very varied stories of the lives, loves, and fights for justice of Northwestern Ls, Gs, Bs, Ts, and straight-up Qs, from the emergence of a local underground before the Stonewall Riots of 1969 through the legalization of gay marriage in 2012. The curators created this exhibition under the aegis of a project they call Queering the Museum, in the hopes that the opposite wouldn't happen-the institutionalization of queers upon entering a museum. (Museum of History & Industry, 860 Terry Ave N, mohai.org, 10 am–5 pm, $14, Feb 14–July 6)