Clark's exhibition is an all-encompassing experience that challenges heteronormativity through varying gender roles and sexual identities.
Martin Browne Contemporary presents The Drawing Room: Seven Works, an exhibition showcasing a new body of work by Sydney artist, Gareth Ernst.
Explore Mardi Gras' colourful history with a curated display and collaborative puzzle activity.
Storytellers and educators use books, songs, dancing and craft to celebrate diversity.
Join the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation for the launch of 'Rainbow Evolution – Anarchy to Acceptance' – an exhibition of artworks produced by the participants of BGF’s 2017 Art Phoenix program.
We've had so much fun with thousands of our new best friends who helped us Fag Tag the Sky Terrace rooftop bar over the past 2 years that we’re returning this year for a special Fag Tag event.
Bramm Lindentree is an artist, writer and performer with a passion for the unusual.
In the spirit of the celebration of the Mardi Gras Season, the Sisters of the Order of Perpetual Indulgence will be undertaking a Living History Walk: this year they will be focusing on the public anonymous sex venues, beats or Chapels of Lurv of the inner East and CBD.
The Sisters have been undertaking these walks annually for over 27 years – with each of their walks focusing the Gay, Lesbian and Queer lifestyles in separate geographical areas of Sydney.
Free Salsa workshop to celebrate Mardi Gras. Learn some sexy moves for you and your partner on the dance floor – hot and spicy!
Free Salsa workshop to celebrate Mardi Gras. Some Streetwise easy moves to keep safe for Mardi Gras partner on the dance floor
Sandy Bottom presents her 6th Instalment with Disco on The Green, presenting a range of local and interstate drag and transgender illusionist entertainers, International and local Glbti Dj’s and a fun social Mardi Gras Wrap Up Party for all the family. Offering Meat Raffles, Sandys Poof Bowling Competition, Gayest Lawn Bowls and Camp Tunes and Fab Foods, there is something for every age, and every gay in disco heaven.
Out in the Streets is a panel discussion to analyse Sydney's vibrant history of LGBTIQ activism.
Marriage Equality is the most recent issue to galvanise the LGBTIQ and broader communities into action. But ME is part of a much longer history, with victories on the road to equality won through the persistence of our activists and the resilience of our community.
Koori Gras is a vibrant showcase of unique First Peoples culture and community, produced By Moogahlin Performing Arts In Association With Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras And Carriageworks.
Relax at a luscious summer picnic in Enmore Park. Bring your kids, your dogs, your friends and a picnic lunch as we lounge about in the summer sun. Acoustic musicians, laid back DJs and chillout tunes will serenade us as we live our best damn lives. We’ll have a Mocktail bar and platters of fresh fruit – all for free. All LGBTIQ women are welcome. Don’t forget to bring your swimmers for the nearby Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre.
This event is part of ACON’s #TalkTouchTest breast cancer campaign, and we would love to see you there.
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One of the distressing consequences of the marriage equality survey was the reminder that some people view queer sexuality and family life as incommensurable. Yet the marriage debate also prompted the documentation and dissemination of highly moving stories of queer belonging within Australian families. Associate Professor Christy Newman from the UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health (CSHR) will review a number of qualitative research studies conducted at CSRH in which LGBTQ+ participants provided rich accounts of what family means to them and how they have overcome continuing prejudices to forge a sense of resilience and belonging in the context of family life.
Supported by Darlinghurst Theatre Company.
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