@Disturbance – performers needed for February showcase
After their successful first edition in October 2020, @Disturbance are now looking for performers and video artists to be part of their second showcase at the end of February at Ugly Duck.
@Disturbance is a platform supporting diversity, underrepresented bodies and voices in the arts. It aims at transcending boundaries between digital & physical space using creative augmented livestream. With a full LGBTQI+ lineup of performers and video artists, Ugly Duck wants to cultivate Southwarkâ€™s home grown talent, organising technical workshops, mentoring sessions and providing a platform for performances (physically if permitted and online).
This is a paid opportunity, exclusively for LGBTQI+ individuals or groups who are based in Southwark.
To apply please send videos and/or links to your work to: Submission@uglyduck.org.uk
Further details are on their website: http://uglyduck.org.uk/ and insta/FB: @weareuglyduck
Deadline 25th January
Record your favourite poem for Southwark Libraries LGBT+ History Month
Do you have an LGBT+ poem or book that influenced or inspired you, or that you simply love? Share the literature you love for LGBT+ History Month 2021
Southwark Libraries are going to celebrate LGBT+ History month in February by sharing readings throughout the month on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Why not join in by recording an excerpt from your favourite LGBT poetry or prose as video or audio? You can dress up if you like, and you can read in any language. Stuck for inspiration? Browse our LGBT book list or search our catalogue.
Please send your recordings of around one minute by Monday 25th January to email@example.com
About Southwark LGBT Network
Southwark LGBT Forum was set up in 1995 to address homophobic hate crime, and its partner organisation Southwark LGBT Network was set up in 2002 to create social networks and activities, and respond to the needs of the community. The two organisations were combined in 2017.
The Network is established particularly for the benefit of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in need in Southwark, to preserve and protect health, relieve poverty and distress and to educate the wider public of these issues as they affect the LGBT community. To work in close collaboration with voluntary and community organisations, other groups in the community and the statutory sector where their aims are consistent with the aims of the network.
See the Network Constitution here
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