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Black History Month: Fabulous + Father Figure
October 3, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:15 pmFree
In partnership with Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) for Black History Month, we look at the thriving ballroom culture of contemporary Europe. In Fabulous (2019), international legend Lasseindra Ninja returns to her home of Guyana to introduce voguing to its LGBTQ community. Father Figure follows Guilliano, founding father of The Kiki House of Angels, and his friends as they share experiences of homophobia and racism in the Netherlands.
Curated and hosted by artist and researcher Claricia Parinussa, co-founder and organiser of Vogue Scotland. Followed by an introduction to the history of House Ball culture and discussion with guest from the London Ballroom scene, Elijah 007, including on the necessity of prioritising the QTIPOC community in these spaces.
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