LGBTQ+ Positive Voices Exhibition

LGBTQ+ artists and creatives are invited to contribute to an online exhibition, launching in June 2021, as a celebration of theirpositive experiences, lives and perspectives.

The LGBTQ+ community is continuing to break through social barriers and is becoming inspiring and paramount community in todays modern society empowering people to be their true selves. Art and creative works provide the perfect environment to expressing yourself and immersing into a creative world where anything is truly possible. The Positive Voices online exhibition, which is launching in June 2021, are inviting LGBTQ+ artists and creatives to contribute to the exhibition as a celebration of their positive experiences, lives and perspectives.

Ash Green, exhibition organiser, who is a Surrey based creative and also a Committee member for aย national LGBTQ+ Network, said: โ€œThis is partly inspired by my experience of visiting LGBTQ+ exhibitions, and engaging with collection items and art works that helped me gain a better understanding of myself by seeing others like me represented in them. At the same time, some of the personal stories shared alongside exhibition items made me feel as if I had a positive future as a trans/gender non-conforming bisexual person. I want this exhibition to be a space that will allow other people to share and experience creative works that are a positive reflection of being an LGBTQ+ person.โ€

Contributors aged 18 and over are welcome to submit visual or audio art and creative works to the LGBTQ+ Positive Voices exhibition. Contributions from amateur, hobby, DIY artists, crafters and creatives, those who do not consider themselves to be artists or creatives, and those who have never submitted to an exhibition before are especially welcome.

If you’re interested in participating in this positive exhibition, the call for submissions is now open and closes on 31st May 2021, with the online exhibition opening mid-June 2021.

For more information and to contribute visit: http://ashgreen.uk/lgbtq-exhibition/


Reclaim Blackpool - Mapping Sexual Harrasment
  • Show Comments (0)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

You May Also Like

PREVIEW: Rhyme with a reason on National Poetry Day

Next Thursday is National Poetry Day, and Blackpool Central Library is hosting a number ...

Blackpool Third Year Photography Print Auction

Most creative students in their final year have to find a way to support ...

Spare Parts at Tram Sunday by Dawn Mander 2014 (140)

Spare Parts Gallery

Two Old Birds With Cameras (aka Dawn Mander and Jill Reidy) were at Tram ...