Our next Open Day focuses on material we hold related to different abilities, disabilities and access.
The latest in our conference series showcases work on the histories of GLBTIQ life, politics and culture in Australia. It’s on in Melbourne, 15-16 November 2013.
ALGA’s oral history project has been very active in recent months, notably with the donation of the landmark John Lee Collection and through the recording activities of ALGA volunteers.
Our image collections have been significantly enhanced by two recent donations from Les Smith and Evolution Publishing.
Melburnians may be interested to hear that the Victorian AIDS Council is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a series of special events.
A new three-year project is to record the life stories of gay and lesbian Australians in the first comprehensive nation-wide documentation of changing attitudes to, and experiences of, homosexuality.
Come along to check out some of the materials the Archives holds in relation to queer indigenous histories and hear a report back from ALGA President, Daniel Marshall, on his recent trip to Darwin to celebrate the Archives’ 35th Anniversary with Darwin-based queer history lovers and to establish relationships focusing on preserving queer indigenous and Northern Territory histories.
Liz Ross’s Revolution is for us shows the Left was involved from the beginning in the earliest gay rights movements.
Our latest news includes a fundraising drive to give the Archives a home of its own, volunteer work, recent acquisitions and more (pdf).
Way Back When is writing a history for the Victorian AIDS Council’s 30th anniversary and is looking for pictures. Can you help?