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Queerstories
At Bundanon

Vulnerable and fierce, hilarious and heartbreaking, Queerstories celebrates the culture and creativity of the Shoalhaven LGBTQIA+ community one true story at a time. Each guest is invited to share the story they want to tell, but are never asked to; unexpected tales of pride, prejudice, resilience and resistance. 

An institution around the country, Queerstories has played to crowds big and small, from Mudgee to Murwillumbah, Albury to Adelaide, Brisbane and beyond, with an award-winning podcast featuring an archive of nearly 400 queer tales.

 


 

Maeve Marsden

Maeve Marsden is a writer and theatremaker, and the Artistic Director of the Blue Mountains Writers Festival. She was a 2020 Phillip Parsons fellow at Belvoir Theatre, and has written, directed and performed in a number of critically acclaimed theatre productions, touring Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

Maeve curates national storytelling project Queerstories, and her writing has appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald, Guardian Australia, Junkee and Archer Magazine, among others. 

 


 

Tales of Land and Sea

This event is part of Bundanon’s program of live events for current exhibition Tales of Land and Sea.

Tales of Land and Sea brings together three distinct projects exploring storytelling, mythological narratives, migration and the diasporic experience. Drawing from both personal narratives and Eastern mythologies, each project highlights age-old themes of longing, displacement, cultural connection and belonging.

Discover more about the exhibition and upcoming events.

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Cost

General Admission: $20
Members: $15
All tickets include free entry to the Art Museum

Location

Bundanon, 170 Riversdale Road, Illaroo

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Dates & Times
01/06/2024 - 01/06/2024 Boyd Education Centre, Bundanon
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Bundanon acknowledges the people of the Dharawal and Dhurga language groups as the traditional owners of the land within our boundaries, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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