NEWS / EVENTS
The Museum of Homelessness (MoH) and Queerseum are delighted to announce a joint creative residency which will begin in September at the Outside Project‘s new community centre in Clerkenwell Fire Station.
The two museums are teaming up to undertake a joint one year creative residency at the UK’s oldest fire station, which is the location for the Outside Project’s new shelter and community centre for LGBTIQ+ people affected by homelessness.
The other organisations resident at the Outside Project’s Fire Station Community Centre are Streets Kitchen, African Rainbow Family, and Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants, Save the Joiners Arms Campaign and Save the Black Cap.
Stay tuned for more announcements soon.
POP UP EXHIBITION
Platform Southwark Running from 16/07/19- 26/07/19
"Frocks, films, and photographs reveal the radical-camp campaigners who developed the Bloolips theatre troupe out of the Gay Liberation Front under the direction of Bette Bourne and toured America and Europe with a message of laughter and liberation, becoming the toast of off-Broadway. Members of Bloolips will often be in attendance to chat with visitors at this exhibition organised by Queerseum and Queer Tours of London."
TATE BRITAIN TALK
WHAT DOES A QUEER MUSEUM LOOK LIKE?
23 JUNE 2018 AT 14.15–15.45
QUEERSEUM was invited to take part in Queer & Now Festival at Tate Britain.
Where and how do we shape the queer past in the future?
What should a queer museum contain? Whose stories should it tell? Should it replicate museums as we know them, or invent a new queer model?
E-J Scott, Curator of the Museum of Transology in an open conversation with queer curators, Dan Vo (Museum Detox), Ju Gosling (Regard), Surat-Shaan Knan (Rainbow Pilgrims), Topher Campbell (rukus!), Damien Arness-Dalton (Queerseum), Joe Galliano (CEO, Queer Britain), Rachael Lennon (Programme Curator, Prejudice and Pride, National Trust), Sean Curran (Community Learning Manager, Sutton House, National Trust) and Zorian Clayton (Curator of Prints and chair of the LGBTQ working group at the V&A). This conversation took place at Tate Britain during the Queer and Now Festival 2018.
Filmed byJulian Langham