As part of our ongoing partnership with Birmingham School of Art, SHOUT and BCU are delighted to present Queerzone 3000.
Queerzone3000 is a non-profit organisation committed to the furthering of arts, education and technology within the global LGBTQIA community.
Representatives from Queerzone3000 will deliver an informal lecture discussing their collective work, outlook and sharing material that has influenced their development.
Enter the Queerzone: Between 15th — 18th November Queerzone3000 will spend a week inhabiting the Mathew Parkin installation at Grand Union, developing a film titled Do You Really Want to Hurst Me, exploring the social histories of Birmingham’s Hurst Street and it’s surrounding communities. You are invited to join them in the space to share stories and participate in the project.
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