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Welcome to Queer Art Club

Welcome to Queer Art Club,  a club for artists that grew out of the work of the Norwich Pride Arts Trail. Artists don’t have to be LGBT to join but a key focus of our activities will be creating a vibrant arts culture for the Norwich Pride celebrations. Queer Art Club is brought to you […]

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Pride without Prejudice

Our annual Pride without Prejudice exhibition is now open for bookings. It’s an open access exhibition  for artists of all abilities. Our aim is to celebrate the diversity of our fine city and there is a range of spaces available to make the event as accessible as possible for people on a budget. To find […]

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OUT140 Comes Out in Northampton

The OUT140 Project is going to Northampton for their International Coming Out Day Event on Friday 11th October. Northampton Borough Council’s LGBTQ Forum and FAN Social Events Group are organising an event at Northampton Museum and Art Gallery. Opening at 1pm with a speech from Michael Ellis MP the day runs until 6.30pm, with a […]

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Queer Quilters creating Pride Patchwork

Sew Gay, the Queer Quilters who meet in the library on the last Saturday of every month from 12-2pm, are creating the Pride Patchwork – over 50 years of local, national and international LGBT history in a quilt. Here’s a look at the some of the patches they’ve made so far. The Bridewell Museum are […]

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Vince in the movies

Shelly Telly made a fantastic film about artist/poet/writer Vince Laws and his B-right On festival down in Brighton. Shelly Telly has been making films in Norwich for a long time and has her own film company called “Action”  Shelly’s films have a unique style in which she also helps train people in the making the […]

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Queer Art Club launched

Queer Art Club was launched recently at the Greenhouse trust cafe. Shelly and I arrived at the cafe and started to set up the Internet to view the new Queer art website. Wondering with excitement whether anyone would turn up. Then gradually people started to come through the door. We pushed more and more tables […]

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B.Right.On festival in Brighton

Poet, artist and campaigner Vince Laws visited Brighton last summer looking for somewhere to exhibit artwork and ended up creating The B.Right.On Festival – a celebration of Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Trans History Month – kicking off with an Official Launch on Friday 1 February in Brighton Town Hall, followed by a VIP reception in […]

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Norwich Dandies do Brighton B.Right.On festival 2013

Look out Brighton the Norwich Dandies are coming to you soon. Lock up your drab clothing and get your fun frocks and socks on. 23 Sat Feb 2013 11am-3pm ‘MindOut for Each Other’ Wellbeing Event in the conference room at Community Base, South Wing, 113 Queens Road, Brighton. Community groups, taster sessions, and the art […]

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Eloise International Film Star

Queer Art Club director and international famous artist Eloise O’Hare is a subject of a film made by Clementine, the Living Fashion Doll, for the Cake Tin Foundation  

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Caroline Bird

The Stand-Up Poetry Club presents Caroline Bird at the Norwich Arts Centre, Wednesday 16th January, 8pm. £7, £5 concessions. This month Luke Wright (“the best young performance poet around” The Observer) plays host to Caroline Bird. Caroline’s poems are sharp and surreal, her performances manage to be both warm and louche. She’s the author of […]

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