Sydney’s very own Super-Hero Drag Queen and Glambassador of Love and Equality, The Fabulous Wonder Mama, will be hosting a FREE 'Super-Hero Drag Story Time' at the Inner West’s Club Five Dock RSL On Friday February 21, 2020 from 4.00-5.30pm!
Wonder Mama is the semi-retired super-hero that has attended many charity fundraisers, comic conventions, and community events and has even travelled to New York for World Pride and Wonder Con in Anaheim California!
Join Wonder Mama as she reads some of her favourite super-hero stories plus the kids can come dressed as their favourite super-hero and a chance to home a prize for best super-hero costume! Super-Hero Story Time with Wonder Mama will be followed by Club Five Dock RSL’s Monthly Jitterbugs Kids Disco at 6pm which kids can also attend for just $7 a ticket.
Club Five Dock RSL Promotes inclusitivity and acceptance of the LGBTIQ Community hosting a number of events for Sydney Dykes on Bikes and other LGBTIQ functions so come along for a FREE Story Time Family Event open to everyone!
Darlinghurst Life Drawing is a BYO drinks & nibbles art class. We have professional teachers and local models - as a life drawing class there will be some fully naked poses. We have 25 places for learning the art of life drawing. Working with charcoal, graphite pencils and sepia ink on cartridge paper. Choose your model from the photos online. We can also organise private classes for groups of up to 30 people. Rear courtyard for BYO drinks.
This is a really fun, relaxed class perfect for everyone from beginners to serious artists. We play music throughout and have a great time. Best works collected at the end for photographs and framing!
During Mardi Gras period there will be multiple class times each week. See www.darlinghurstlifedrawing.com for upcoming dates and times.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Dayenu (Sydney’s Jewish LGBT+) Group, in association with Emanuel Synagogue, invites you to their annual Shabbat Service, followed by a communal dinner.
Emanuel Synagogue takes pride in its long history of support for the LGBT+ community, including offering same-sex marriage ceremonies and a raft of political initiatives in support of LGBT+ issues.
The service is free of charge and open to everyone.
Booking required for our strictly Kosher-catered dinner - last year sold out so don’t wait! (BYO wine)
$50 for Emanuel Synagogue / Dayenu members, and $65 for non-members.
For more information: (02) 9389 6444 or email@example.com
Service commences 18:15
Dinner to follow from 19:30
Alun Rhys Jones’ newest exhibition Male Man investigates and deconstructs the traditional tropes of masculinity today with a series of works which analyse, question, and subvert both masculinity itself and its portrayal in mainstream media.
Explored through hyper real drawings, photography and installation, the artist captures a flawed push for perfection at a time in which masculinity itself appears to be crumbling.
In the words of the artist: "Masculinity is in flux. The effects of traditional masculinity on the male psyche have revealed the extent to which men are both the jailors and prisoners of their own emotional wellbeing. Gender stereotypes are being questioned and broken down allowing men to open up, to show emotion and be vulnerable."
The upcoming exhibition 'Male Man' will run from the 24th February to the 10th March 2020.
24 February–8 March
Bondi Pavilion Gallery
Wednesday 25 February 6–8pm
This project was assisted by a grant from Create NSW, an agency of the New South Wales Government and supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian State and Territory Governments. The program is administered by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).
Partner dancing learning Street Latin Moves! Learn Salsa, Merengue, Bachata Basics.
Come with a partner or come by yourself - it's a fun way to meet people!
Book by SMS: 0411 808 451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Self Defence Workshop for LGBTQI community and allies to keep you safe when you're out and about.
The workshop will include:
Dealing with being punched, ground techniques, being attacked by a group
Tips For Safety:
1. Keep your eyes and ears open
2. Make sure you have back up and know where the nearest Safety Zone is (where there are sympathetic people or people in authority)
3. Keep emergency phone numbers on speed dial
4. Run to safety rather than from danger
5. If you have no choice strike vulnerable areas of your attacker/s and run if you feel you don’t have a choice, but talk them down if you can
For these and more detailed tips and techniques, come to the Free Self Defence Workshop.
Bookings via SMS to 0411808451 or email Keepsafe@ihug.com.au