- SPECIAL EVENT
A weekend of workshops, conversation, exhibitions and a night at the museum by, with and for people from LGBTIQA+ youth communities, streaming self-expression, self-love and creativity.
Join in to create, draw, dance, discuss, sculpt, share or find your own story, virtually and IRL, alongside a range of inspiring artists, activists, performers and partners:
Night At The Museum: Minus18 Youth Party
Saturday 24 April, 6.30–9.30pm
Free, ages 12–19, book here
Becoming Us talk with Nevo Zisin, Adolfo Aranjuez, Frances Cannon and Jax Jacki Brown
Saturday 24 April, 3.15–4.30pm
Free–$5, ages 16–25, book here
Story in Motion dance + storytelling workshop with Adolfo Aranjuez
Saturday 24 April, 10.30–11.30am
Free, ages 16–25, book here
Self-Portrait drawing + writing workshop with Frances Cannon
Saturday 24 April, 1–2pm
$5, ages 16–18, book here
Heirloom Room! sculpture workshop with Kenny Pittock and SIGNAL Curators
Sunday 25 April, 11am–1pm & 2pm–4pm
$5, ages 16–25, book here
Becoming You: An Incomplete Guide exhibition
Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 April, 10am–5pm
Explore the joys and complexities of identity and becoming an adult at the Immigration Museum’s new exhibition Becoming You: An Incomplete Guide, in a complimentary visit included as part of your tickets to onsite events.
The exhibition celebrates pivotal coming-of-age moments through real-life stories from 72 contributors including Adolfo Aranjuez, Andreja Pejic, Frances Cannon, Jax Jacki Brown, Karen from Finance, Nevo Zisin and Noel Tovey.
The Becoming Us series is supported by Department of Premier and Cabinet Pride Events & Festivals fund, in partnership with Midsumma Festival, Immigration Museum, Minus18 and SIGNAL.