You can now take part in our series of bimonthly workshops, meet artists and heritage professionals, learn about the rich LGBTQ+ History of the south, and make things.
You can come to one or all of the sessions, according to your taste and interest.
Cut and Paste: Making art with archives
Looking at how artists have worked with archives with a focus on zine making. How do we bring archives back to life, how can we use archival material in our art practice.
See me now: Queer Self portraits
Discussing photographic representations or lack of in archives we will create our own self-portraits using film photography.
Put your hands around a memory; Archiving 101
Join guest speakers and museum professionals as we talk about the history and practices of archives.
Queer self-preservation – Reinventing the archive
Looking at community archiving practices we will discover how the queer community has organised to preserve its history. We will think about how this could be done in the future, what will digital archiving mean for our community, and how do we create our own archives practices.