upcoming events

 On this page you can find details of all our future events! The majority of our events are online, and those that aren't will be done in a hybrid way.

The aim of these events is to offer you a chance to learn more about queer lives, research, and understanding. We collaborate with a number of groups and individuals to help us put these events on and together we hope to bring you the most up-to-date and topical content.

If you ever miss our events, we try to record a large of these and you can catch up via our Youtube.

We hope to see you soon!

A Stitch in Time: Fashioning Queer Identities

Monday 14th March 6:30-8:30pm 2022

Speaker: Daniel Fountain

Location: Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Jordan Wl, Coventry CV1 5QP

Tickets: https://coventry2021.co.uk/what-s-on/a-stitch-in-time-fashioning-queer-identities/

As part of Daniel Lismore's Be Yourself; Everyone Else Is Already Taken programme of events gratefully supported City of Culture Coventry 2021 and Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.

Artist and academic Daniel Fountain will give a talk about the significant role that fashion and craft has for expressing queer identities. Taking Daniel Lismore's 'living sculptures' as inspiration, Fountain will give an overview of work by various counter-cultural figures throughout contemporary history who have paved the way for us to 'be ourselves'.

Dr Daniel Fountain is Lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Exeter. They are also an artist, curator, and researcher with interests in contemporary art, craft, and queer visual culture. Daniel is currently developing an edited collection titled Crafted With Pride: Queer Craft and Activism in Britain, which will be published by Intellect in 2022. They have exhibited artwork on an international level and have lectured at 8 Universities in the UK and Canada on programmes in Art History, Fine Art, Textiles, and Fashion. They have also curated a range of public programmes in collaboration with organisations such as National Museums Liverpool, Tate and Paul Mellon Centre. More details about Daniel’s work can be found via www.danielfountain.com.

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