Culture x Gender

Nesceda Blake | 19-Dec-2019
Join Margot Fink, Kira Djnalie, Dr Muhammed Taha, Raina Peterson, and Milo Milton-Moon at 6:30pm on Tuesday 4 February at Bargoonga Nganjin (North Fitzroy Library) and explore similarities and differences across cultural lines of queerness, gender expression, and identity. #midsumma
Venue: Bargoonga Nganjin (North Fitzroy Library)
Address: 182-186 St Georges Rd, Fitzroy North VIC 3068
Date: Tuesday February 4, 2020
Time: 6:30pm
Ticket: Free - Registration required
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Culture x Gender
Photo of Fey Kapur by Teddy Darling
How do you decolonise gender? Five advocates, artists, and activists, all trans, all people of colour, will discuss their experiences and reflections on gender diversity at Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library.

FREE ENTRY - registrations essential via Eventbrite / Midsumma Festival.

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MARGOT FINK: Artist, advocate, and committee member of Transgender Victoria.

KIRA DJINALIE: Creator and Nerd behind Beautiful, Talented, & Deadly. Yorta and Wergaia.

DR MUHAMMED TAHA: Engineer and scientist at the Melbourne School of Engineering

RAINA PETERSON: Performer, dancer-choreographer, and teacher at Studio J Dance in Richmond

MILO MILTON-MOON: Exercise scientist and trans community advocate.

This event encourages and welcomes trans and gender diverse people of colour to attend and bring comments, stories, and questions to share with the evening's speakers.

ACCESSIBILITY: The function room is located upstairs at Bargoonga Nganjin, and is accessible by stairs and lift. It is lit by fluorescent lighting. The event will not be auslan interpreted, but please feel free to get in touch ASAP if you would like to request interpretation, or any other accessibility services and we would be happy to find a way to make accommodations.

There will be coffee, tea, water and light snacks available.

Check out the event listing on the Midsumma website:

Presented jointly by Melbourne trans arts advocate and independent producer Teddy Darling, in collaboration with Yarra Libraries and Minus18. This event was made possible by the Victorian Government through the Multicultural Festivals & Events Program.

Teddy Darling thanks assistant producer Nesceda Blake, and acknowledges the work of behind-the-scenes volunteers and queer arts collective for assisting with this event. Pictured: Fey Kapur, image by Teddy Darling.

This event occurs on the living and breathing lands of the Wurundjeri people, and Teddy Darling, Yarra Libraries, and Minus18 pay their respects and offer gratitude to past, present, and emerging Elders of the Kulin Nations. We invite queer and trans indigenous folks to attend and join the discussion. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land; we support priority being given to indigenous voices, stories, and experiences as the first peoples of this land.

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