WIG IN A BOX PROMOTIONS
WEDNESDAY 08 SEPT
@ 20:30 Bricks garden kino

 

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Only cocktail Mx with a twistxd concoction of Non-Binary finery, ounces of Transness, and overlooked moves.

KIKI BRISTOL
Thursday 09 Sept 
@ 20:30 Bricks garden kino

 

Clare Lowe is a queer events organiser, activist and art trainee therapist with their own promotions company, Wig in a Box promotions.

Bristol’s Tim Burton Fashion Model, Jersey the Devil is a Local Bristol Queen consisting of creepy but yet glamourous looks.

 Maria (She/Her) currently works for Public Health England and  recently completed a Masters in Women, Violence and Conflict. She hopes to complete a PhD in the next couple of years highlighting issues relating to gendered violence particularly for BAME groups. 

Lara (she/her) is a PhD Chemistry student in the field of Aerosol Science. She is also the founder and CEO of Creative Tuition Collective, which provides free tuition in STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths] subjects, mentorship and mental health support to pupils from low-income families. Lara co-founded Kiki Bristol, She says, “Kiki is a place for Queer, Trans and Intersex People of Colour (QTIPOC) to meet where we can create our own community alongside our supportive allies with a collective and shared vision of inclusivity and safety.”

QUEER & INDECENT
SaturDAY 11 Sept SHOWCASE
@ 12:30 in Bricks relay project space

 

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RAVE AS ACTIVISM: ORGANISNG AT THE PARTY
SunDAY 12 Sept SHOWCASE @ 17:00
 

QUEERED SCIENCE: BIOLOGY FOR THE GAYS
SaturDAY 11 Sept SHOWCASE @ 16:30

 

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Cheryl Morgan is a co-chair of OutStories Bristol, a volunteer community history group gathering the stories of LGBT+ people living in or associated with Bristol and its surrounds. She is an expert on the history of trans people in the ancient world and has been published in a number of academic venues. Cheryl is a regular speaker on the LGBT History Month circuit, including hosted several events organised by OutStories Bristol in conjunction with M Shed Museum.

 

Cheryl underwent gender transition in the 1990s when the UK had no trans-specific civil rights laws. She currently works with The Diversity Trust to run a programme of trans awareness training for a range of clients from small charities to large corporations and government. This involves in depth knowledge of how social attitudes towards trans people, and the laws affecting them, have changed over the years.

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