Talk

The un-straight museum

logo: The un-straight museum
Date:
13 Jun 2014
Time:
9.30am-5pm
Suitable for:
adults
Booking:
Pre-booking is essential

You are invited to attend this two day international conference organised by LGBT arts and social justice organisation Homotopia with National Museums Liverpool. The Un-straight Museum will explore the role of cultural institutions, curators and archivists in representing marginalised communities and promoting diversity.

With speakers from Sweden, Germany, United States and Finland as well as the Victoria & Albert Museum and Tate, this two-day event is aimed at people working in the heritage and cultural sectors as well as researchers, academics and interested members of the LGBT community.

Price for delegates £99 per person (includes lunch and refreshments on both days).

To book your place please contact bev@homotopia.net

For full conference details download the un-straight museum leaflet (pdf).

Five talks from the conference will be streamed live on the Homotopia website.

Join in the #unstraightconference debate on twitter.

‘Ken. To be destroyed’ by Sara Davidmann will open in the Museum of Liverpool as part of the conference.

This event is part of the April Ashley: portrait of a lady exhibition.