Digital Dance Club

All the Queens Men

A free online social event for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, and Intersex elders and allies. Learn new dances and chat with fellow, fabulous people. 

Digital Dance Club is an ongoing social project that combats ageism, social isolation, and discrimination by creating safe, social and recreational spaces for older LGBTQI+ people.

Come one, come all! No dance experience needed. All welcome, all over the world.

This program is Auslan supported.

Registration

Registrations are required in order to receive a link for virtual events. Select the 'Register now' button below.

This event is presented as part of Unwrapped: Celebration of LGBTIQA+ Arts and Culture.

Location

This program will be delivered online via Zoom. This is a live streamed event which is accessed via a link. You will receive the link when your booking is confirmed via email.

Participants will require the following

An email address

Smartphone, tablet or computer with internet access

About the presenter

 ATQM is a radical organisation where everyone is welcome and space is created for voices less heard to be amplified. The Company is proud of its history of collaborating with diverse communities from the ground up and, over the past decade, has worked with a wide variety of people: rainbow ‘elders’ in dance halls; young people in schools and museums; LGBTI+ communities in city squares and public spaces; culturally diverse communities in parliament and council chambers; and inclusive communities in local halls and arts centres.

ATQM has become a leading creative voice within the LGBTI+ community nationally and internationally, most specifically for championing the rights of LGBTI+ elders. The Company’s practice, expressed through projects such as The Coming Back Out Ball, LGBTI+ Elders Dance Club and Rainbow Reviews, enables LGBTI+ communities improved access, not only to arts experiences, but to broader community health and social services.

 Image Credit: Bryony Jackson

Free Event. Registrations Required.
Online – Zoom (Live Streamed)
Event Date and Time
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Add to Calendar 2020-11-27 17:30:00 2020-11-27 17:30:00 Digital Dance Club A free online social event for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Gender Diverse, and Intersex elders and allies. Learn new dances and chat with fellow, fabulous people.  Digital Dance Club is an ongoing social project that combats ageism, social isolation, and discrimination by creating safe, social and recreational spaces for older LGBTQI+ people. Come one, come all! No dance experience needed. All welcome, all over the world. This program is Auslan supported. Registration Registrations are required in order to receive a link for virtual events. Select the 'Register now' button below. This event is presented as part of Unwrapped: Celebration of LGBTIQA+ Arts and Culture. Location This program will be delivered online via Zoom. This is a live streamed event which is accessed via a link. You will receive the link when your booking is confirmed via email. Participants will require the following An email address Smartphone, tablet or computer with internet access About the presenter  ATQM is a radical organisation where everyone is welcome and space is created for voices less heard to be amplified. The Company is proud of its history of collaborating with diverse communities from the ground up and, over the past decade, has worked with a wide variety of people: rainbow ‘elders’ in dance halls; young people in schools and museums; LGBTI+ communities in city squares and public spaces; culturally diverse communities in parliament and council chambers; and inclusive communities in local halls and arts centres. ATQM has become a leading creative voice within the LGBTI+ community nationally and internationally, most specifically for championing the rights of LGBTI+ elders. The Company’s practice, expressed through projects such as The Coming Back Out Ball, LGBTI+ Elders Dance Club and Rainbow Reviews, enables LGBTI+ communities improved access, not only to arts experiences, but to broader community health and social services.  Image Credit: Bryony Jackson field_contact_details 0 field_contact_details 0 Australia/Melbourne public