SAPPHO’s Sprouts: Remembering the 70s Lesbian
Movement, Tue 1 May (FREE)
This included such greats as Patience & Sarahby Isabel Miller, Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown, Sisterhood is Powerful by Robin Morgan and The SCUM Manifesto by Valerie Solanas. As such, Helen has been out and proud all her life, always ready for the revolution! As a founding member of the Feast Festival, Helen is excited to share some of her stories with you.
I am an Activist – a series of floor talks by South Australian activists during South Australia’s History Festival 2018.
Bookings not required.
1-1.30pm Centre of Democracy, Institute Building,
cnr Kintore Ave & North Tce,
A History of Transgender Activism in the 1990s, Thu 10 May, Page 9 (FREE)
Join Jenny Scott, local activist, to explore a more recent history of activism in Australia. Transgender rights were on the agenda by the 1990s. This talk will explore what has happened since.
Thu 10 May, 1-1.30pm Centre of
Democracy, Institute Building,
cnr Kintore Ave & North Tce, Adelaide
Reluctant Queen/Compulsive Collector: The David Roche Collection Thu 10 May ($25)
David Roche had no problem amassing a superb collection of antiques and art from his travels nationally and internationally throughout his lifetime. Being gay, however, was a more difficult journey for David and one that Martyn Cook, art adviser and friend since the 1980s, will explore through their shared experiences.
Bookings essential. Thu 10 May, 6pm (60 mins)
The David Roche Collection, 241 Melbourne St, North Adelaide
Book online: http://historyfestival.sa.gov.au/DRFM 6pm (60 mins)
Trivia BootCAMP Thu 17 May ($5)
Oz nightclub (formerly Mars Bar) opens its doors for this special night of trivia and entertainment. Test your knowledge of events, venues, milestones and memories of South Australia and it's LGBTIQ +his (and her) story in Iconic Adelaide venue. Your Hostess, Kris del Vayze, will lead the mayhem and laughter, including entertainment by members of the Oz Nightclub cast. Form a team or test your knowledge on your own. Drinks at pub prices and drinks specials.
Bookings not required. Thu 17 May, 6-11pm.
Oz Nightclub beer garden 120 Gouger St,
I Am an Activist series: 45 Years of Pride in Adelaide, Sat 26 May(FREE)
Join Eric Kuhlmann, coordinator of Pride March Adelaide, for an enlightening floor talk about moments in Australia’s queer history that led to the first Pride March in South Australia, and what has happened since. This year marks 45 years since the first March in Adelaide.
Sat 26 May, 11am-11.30am
Centre of Democracy, Institute Building
cnr of Kintore Ave & North Tce, Adelaide
What Will Men Wear When Women Wear Pants, Thu 31 May (FREE)
What do a clay pipe and a monocle have in common? Besides being in the Migration Museum’s collection, these accessories enable an exploration of the relationship between costume and gender, and the ways in which norms around style have been queered in different historical and cultural contexts.
Bookings essential. Thu 31 May, 6-7pm
Migration Museum, 82 Kintore Ave, Adelaide