Two Melbourne walks focus on LGBTI people and PLHIV, as well as their friends and allies, in shaping the Australian Model of HIV/AIDS response. 24 and 26 July 2014. A joint ALGA / Victorian Aids Council event.
Talk: Don Dunstan
Dr Dino Hodge on Don Dunstan, the Cold War, and Policing the Homosexual Culture: 1945 to 1978.
7 pm, 18 July 2014, Hares & Hyenas, Fitzroy.
Exhibition: free events
Free public events (pdf) accompany the exhibition Transmissions: Archiving HIV/AIDS, Melbourne, 1979-2014. University of Melbourne, 14-25 July 2014.
Out of the closets, into the streets
Images and the catalogue essay from the recent exhibition of photos of the beginning of the gay liberation movement in Australia, at Edmund Pearce Gallery, Melbourne.
Exhibition: Archiving HIV/AIDS
Transmissions highlights the role of design in responses to HIV/AIDS, vividly evoking the history of the epidemic. University of Melbourne, 14-25 July 2014.
Panel: Queering the archive
A panel discussion on GLBTQI representation in collections and its interpretations. Saturday 12 July, 2.30 – 4.00 pm, Blindside, Melbourne.
Exhibition: Vital Signs
Six artists interpret the collection of the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Blindside, Melbourne, 9-27 July 2014. An independent affiliated event of AIDS 2014.
Our bumper news bulletin includes coming events, exhibitions, obituaries, recent publications, volunteer news, collection updates and more (pdf).
New releases in our online shop include biography and the latest in the Gay and Lesbian Perspectives series.
Our latest news includes coming events, five recent publications, volunteer stories, collection updates and more (pdf).