4.00PM Wed 6 Apr 2022
VIRTUAL | Book Now

Stories about LGBTQI+ young people are always in the news. So, what role can art and culture play in empowering you to tell your own story?

Hear from three young creatives from the LGBTQI+ community, as they chat about their connection with the arts and discuss whether they think art should be treated as a form of activism, an outlet for self-expression or a means to amplify diverse voices.

  • Noah Page (He/him) – Artist and Social Work student
  • Anna Riley (She/they) - Artist and Philosophy & Literature student
  • Josuha Di Mattina-Beven (He/they) – Co-Founder of Sydney Youth Pride Network and Fine Art student
  • Hosted by Shannon Novak (He/him) – APT10 artist and Founder of the Safe Space Alliance

This program is developed for young adults and teenagers, but all are welcome. Free, bookings required / This event is a webinar. Participant’s webcam and microphone will be disabled. / This program will be moderated by QAGOMA staff to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all attendees / NOTE: This event is happening at 4.00pm AEST (Queensland time).