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The Charlotte Museum Snapped Photography Exhibition

The Charlotte Museum Snapped Photography Exhibition

The Charlotte Museum has put the call out for photos for a Photograph Exhibition – Snapped – as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography. The exhibition will celebrate women and sexuality and will feature a September 1985 photo taken by Jane Zusters, titled Dykes and their Dogs. The exhibition opens on Sunday 24th May […]

MiniDoc: Marcia – Two Sides of Me

Youtube: Marcia – Two Sides of Me Marcia Taylor, aka Meat Train, is losing her hearing. She finds Deafness a scary prospect and no longer feels she knows who she is. Worried about how people around her are going to react, Roller Derby is something she’s become good at and it’s helping her to cope. […]

Invulved – World War One Commemoration

Invulved – World War One Commemoration

The Charlotte Museum Trust much anticipated vulva-poppy exhibition opens on Anzac Day at the Charlotte Gallery 2pm. The Museum director, Dr Nadia Gush, will provide a floor talk from 2pm, followed by an afternoon tea. The exhibition will then be open until the 13th May each Wednesday & Sunday from 1-4pm. Entry is free, but […]

Katherine Mansfield

Katherine Mansfield

Kathleen Beauchamp was born in Tinakori Rd, Wellington in 1888, third daughter of Annie (Dyer) and Hal (later Sir Harold) Beauchamp. She lived in Wellington until 1903, when she went to school in London. She returned in 1906 and stayed till 1908. During this time she had two passionate friendships, with artist Edith Kathleen Bendall […]

LGBT News

Let’s Accentuate the Positive

“According to Stuff, the government and some members of the Labour Party aren’t keen on supporting a proposed policy for publicly funded access to hormone replacement therapy and gender reassignment surgery – because they don’t think it is an important enough issue for New Zealanders. I disagree with this response for one reason only: society […]

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