Project Arts Centre


Dates: 13 Mar - 30 Apr

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If you had zines, newspaper clips, objects or memorabilia which you associate with Ireland/Northern Ireland’s lesbian, female-identified, transgender and feminist activism and history please share with us the story behind them and become part of Project Arts Centre’s QUEER-IN-PROGRESS. TIMELINE project.

The item can be part of your personal archive, a commercial product, a book that has played an important role, even a quote, a note, a poem or a song. Contact us on email with the image of the object or item and the story of why this is of importance to you and if you were interested in collaborating with us.

QUEER-IN-PROGRESS. TIMELINE is to be launched as a collective participatory project with artists, researchers, activists and the wider public. Our focus is on the 1980s and 1990s but we welcome suggestions and items from preceding and subsequent years.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you were interested in participating and had further questions:

Lívia Páldi, Curator of Visual Arts:


Find more information about the launch of the project HERE.



Image Credit: Hannah Tiernan (from GCN archives)
Issue 25, Dec 90/Jan91 – Women’s Desires Provoke Censorship
Issue 90, Nov 96 – Dykes Forum
Issue 72, April 95 – AIDS is God’s Punishment: TD
Issue 50, April 93 – Play at the Project
Issue 82, March 96 – Women’s March Demands Safe Streets
Issue 53, Jul 93 – Invisible Women
Issue 64, July 94 – Bagging the Stigma
Issue 71, March 95 – Brazen Biddies: a Call to Feminists

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