Join Dr Madeleine Seys and 15 SA thinkers, writers and artists for this fast-paced and entertaining survey of icons in queer history.
What comes to mind when you hear that phrase “queer icon”? Don Dunstan’s pink shorts? The Stonewall Riots? David Bowie? The Mars Bar? The AIDS quilt? Carlotta? A rainbow flag or the pink triangle? The Adventures of Priscilla; Queen of the Desert? Icons are people, places, objects, texts, and moments in time. They become iconic because of the weight they hold for us, the ideas and feelings they invoke, and the stories we tell about them. Join Dr Madeleine Seys and 15 South Australian thinkers, writers and artists for this fast-paced and entertaining survey of icons in queer history.
Doors open at 5.45pm for a 6pm start.