What Does a Queer Museum Look Like?

Happy LGBT History Month!
On 4 February, join our QTIBIPOC panel as they debate whether queerness can play a role in decolonising the museum.

Online for the first time for LGBTIQA+ History Month 2021, an international line-up of QTIBIPOC artists, activists and cultural producer will join host Campbell X. They’ll be debating:

  • Are we queering the museum, or museum-ing what’s queer?
  • Whose version of queer history are we saving and telling?
  • What is our community strategy for shaping an anti-racist queer legacy for the future?

This will be a live event, with each guest presenting on the topic and taking part in a Q&A, and all members of the audience having the chance to engage directly with a guest speaker in frank and unrecorded, community break-out rooms.

This is a free event but you will need to pre-register here: https://bit.ly/39rNtAu
On the night there will be:

  • queer BSL signing
  • live captioning
  • audio self-descriptions from guests

When registering for your ticket, please let us know if you require British Sign Language interpretation and we will ensure you are added to the breakout room with our BSL interpreter. If you have any questions about accessibility, please email PublicProgrammes@tate.org.uk