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You are invited
to the creative briefing session for 
The Coming Back Out Ball
Over the next twelve months, we will develop The Coming Back Out Ball in collaboration and consultation with older LGBTI people.
Older LGBTI people, aged-care services, industry stakeholders, artists and allies are invited to the project's first creative briefing session: an afternoon tea to join together, dream big, map our creative process and invite community collaboration. 
Afternoon tea and drinks provided.


When: Friday 1 July, 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Venue: The Mezzanine above Little Sista Cafe 
240 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. Wheelchair accessible.

RSVP: Email tristan@allthequeensmen.net with your contact details. Places are limited.

AUSLAN interpreting provided upon request. 
The event will be documented for research and development.
Please forward this invitation to anyone interested in attending.

The Coming Back Out Ball
Project Information
The Coming Back Out Ball combats ageism, homophobia, lesbophobia, biphobia and transphobia. The project celebrates older LGBTI people through participatory performance, providing a platform to share their stories and experience. 
The project was launched in February with Where do we start? A panel discussion around issues faced by LGBTI older people. Hosted by Brian Nankervis (SBS’s RocKwiz) the panel included Dr Catherine Barrett (Director, Celebrate Ageing), Lizzi Craig (Victorian Aids Council), Pauline Crameri (Coordinator, Val’s Café), Rowena Allen (Victorian Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality, Victorian Government) David Morrison (Member, Vintage Men) and Joe Rae Latham (Intersex and Trans Ageing Coordinator, Val’s Cafe). The recording can be found online here.

Photos: Suzie Blake - Where do we start? A panel discussion around issues faced by LGBTI older people. Held at The Substation 10 February 2016. 

 
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