Living in the Queerantine with Glynn Urquhart

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Queery by Glynn Urquhart

This piece was commissioned by Midsumma as part of the COVID-19 responsive initiative Living in the Queerantine. Midsumma launched the small grants program as a response to the mass loss of the Melbourne queer arts industry (due to COVID-19). This piece is part of a series of works from our LGBTQIA+ arts community, that gives Midsumma audiences an insight into queer art during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.


Queery is an animated short film about being queer, alone, in quarantine, and thinking too much. It's one part animated diary entry, one part TED talk, and all parts silly. Queery uses the expressive nature of animation with surreal imagery to capture the nebulous feeling of questioning your own identity. - Glynn Urquhart

Queery by Glynn Urquhart

Follow the links to find out more about the initiative Living in the Queerantine and to see all of the successful grant applicants. Or visit the Midsumma Blog for more Queerantine works by Midsumma artists.

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