First Nations Pride: Intersectional Visibility
Other , Contemporary Performance, Spoken Word & Storytelling, Workshops & Talks

First Nations Pride: Intersectional Visibility

Fri 3 Mar, 6:00pm | 3 hours Australian Museum

An evening of celebration with diverse First Nations speakers, performers and artists who share their journey to understanding culture and identity.

Recommended ages: 18+

The Australian Museum’s WorldPride celebrations continue with this evening of celebration of the diversity of First Nations peoples.

Performances and conversation by special guests acknowledge the many achievements and contributions to equality and visibility by First Nations gay, lesbian, bisexual, sistergirls, brotherboys, queer and non-binary individuals. This discussion offers alternative perspectives on identity and gender from speakers in our First Nations and Pasifika community advocating for greater inclusivity and visibility. Hosted by Rachael Hocking and featuring Tommy Misa, Estelle Clarke, Kai Clancy and a performance by Nova Gina.

Taking place in our Theatre and First Nations Galleries, this conversation will celebrate the ground that’s been made as well as spotlight the work still to be done.

Event details

Event details
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Venue : Australian Museum
Performance notes
  • Content warnings: Coarse Language, Content Related to Mental Health/Ill-health, Verbal Audience Interaction
  • Things to note: ID must be shown on entry (please make sure your face is visible and identifiable). Terms of Entry apply.
Venue details & accessibility
Australian Museum

1 William Street Sydney
Telephone: +61 2 9320 6000

Dates and times

Australian Museum

Friday 03 Mar - 6:00pm
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  • Australian Museum