QUEER HISTORY COLLECTIVE
We are thrilled to be working with Hastings Museum & Art Gallery to support 10 queer local history curators to choose an object and story to enrich its social history collection.
Working collaboratively with Home Live Art, E-J Scott (Founder of the Museum of Transology), New Writing South and the Hastings Museum & Art Gallery Curatorial Team, over six digital sessions beginning on 9 February, members of the Queer History Collective will:
· Choose an object with a queer story close to home,
· Use their voices to develop the interpretation of these objects,
· Create short films about the objects for a new page on the Museum website.
To find out more information or register your interest, go to the Hastings Museum & Art Gallery website.
Deadline for applications: Monday 1st February 2021
Tuesday 9 February
Tuesday 16 February
Tuesday 23 February
Tuesday 2 March
Tuesday 9 March
Video premier 23 March 2021
Cost: All sessions are free, no experience required
Access: Each digital session will be subtitled
- When Deadline: Monday 1st February 2021