Queer culture for the community

Film, parties and museum tours with a LGBTIQ focus


©Alexander Loidl, LifeBall
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    Queering the Museum

    "Queering the Museum" - this is the motto of Belvedere 21 on 7 and 8 June. For example with video presentations of works by Sabine Marte. Or with a lecture on the queer life of Prince Eugene. Admission is free!

    ©Sabine Klimpt, Belvedere
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    Pride Special in Gartenbaukino

    On 11 June, the Gartenbaukino will be showing the two films "Stonewall" and "Pride", which deal with the topic of LGBTIQ. Highlight: the panel discussion with two contemporary witnesses.

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    Strolling and discussing - Salon Kümmernis

    Benjamin aka Drag Queen Tiefe Kümmernis (Deep Troubles) will guide visitors (in German!) through the “Rubens to Makart” exhibition in the Albertina in Vienna. Alternatively: talk to one of the art experts about gender in the old masterpieces – on 3 June the Kunsthistorisches Museum invites you to a EuroPride Special.

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    March of the women

    Students, alumni and professors from the University of Music and Performing Arts will perform a Pride Concert on 9 June. One of the pieces they will be playing is “March of the Women”. The piece was written in 1910 by the British Ethel Smyth – it was the anthem of the English women’s movement.

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    Rainbow tour through Vienna University

    On June 7, 12, 13 and 14 (7, 12 and 14 June in English) the historian Andreas Brunner from QWIEN will take visitors on a tour of Vienna University and give insights into how queer topics were dealt with in the past and today. Please register as the number of participants is limited and every year there is a lot of interest!

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    Exhibition of LifeBall costumes

    During EuroPride, the furniture museum in Andreasgasse will be showing exclusive costumes and accessories from this year's Style Bible on the theme of "United in Diversity". Here you can definitely get some ideas for some crazy costume parties! ;)

    ©Maximilian Roede

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