What better time to be inspired by the work of our fellow LGBTQ+ community than during Pride Month? If you’re seeking your latest queer art fix, you need look no further – there’s a new exhibition heading your way. The LGBTQ+ Positive Voices exhibition launches online this month, celebrating the positive experiences, lives and perspectivesContinue reading “The LGBTQ+ Art Exhibition Showcasing The Joy Of Queer Lives: Q and A With Organiser Ash Green”
The Pink Singers are Europe’s oldest LGBT+ choir. Formed in 1983 for London’s Pride march, at a time when the age of consent was still unequal and the first case of AIDS in the UK had been diagnosed only two years before, over the decades the choir has grown into a group of over 90Continue reading ““It’s Changed My Life”: The Pink Singers On Performance And Community As An LGBTQ+ Choir”
EJ Lee, also known as Half-Boy, is a musician and songwriter. EJ released their latest album in December 2020; written and recorded during the first national lockdown, it explores themes of queerness, anxiety, and friendship. We spoke to EJ about the process of writing lyrics, recording a whole album on their phone, and using theirContinue reading “Interview: Musician EJ Lee On… A Lockdown Album, Lyric-Writing, And Expressing Your Identity Through Music”
Calling all queer musicians! If you’re LGBTQ+ and a singer, songwriter or instrumentalist, we would love to hear from you. We’re looking for LGBTQ+ people to interview about their creative work and processes ahead of our launch next month. Get in touch via our Contact Page, or email queercreativesuk.gmail.com.