LGBTQ+ History Month focuses on the celebration and recognition of lesbian, gay, bisexual trans, and non-binary history, including the history of LGBT+ rights and related civil rights movements people and culture.
RCASU is proud to support this month and to celebrate we are hosting the below events:
Part of the Community, curated by Hayley Gibson, this month-long exhibition brings together works by students and alumni. We’ll be announcing the rolling updates via our Instagram.
Queering the Map: with Lucas LaRochelle, a talk about the community-generated counter-mapping project that digitally archives queer experience in relation to physical space. Sign up for 16 Feb @ 5pm.
KIKI, Co-hosted by Amani Revlon and Omar Phillips, join us for a special screening of KIKI (2016), a documentary following the lives of LGBTQ youth of colour in New York practising the performance-based artform, Ballroom. The film will be co-hosted by artist and organisers Amani Revlon and Omar Jordan Phillips (Bam Bam Revlon). Following the screening, there will be a discussion and a brief Q&A. Sign up for 23 Feb @ 6 pm
And Q.U.E.E.R society are hosting:
Queer Quiz, a Zoom pub quiz with a distinct Queer touch, not just our history but movies, music, and more. Test your knowledge and maybe learn something new! Sign up fo 12 Feb @ 3 pm
SHANTAY YOU SLAY, What's an LGBTQ+ celebration without a party?! Yes, it's Zoom but when has that ever stopped us from having a good time! Dust off your fancy dancing clothes and listen to some tunes with us as we celebrate our very existence! Sign up for 19 Feb @ 5 pm
Find out more about LGBTQ+ History Month.