Exhibition - The Making of the Pride Centre

Image: "Demolition" by Serge Thomann

From concept to world-class LGBTIQ+ centre!

This exhibition explores the last 100 years of LGBTIQ+ history in Victoria, and the development of the iconic Victorian Pride Centre. Featuring architectural drawings and large photographic panels displaying images of the building during and after construction, and that highlight the context of LGBTIQ+ people before and after the human rights social revolution of the 1960s and 1970s.

Text and archival photographs of key people and events have been included from the Australian Queer Archives, St Kilda Historical Archives and State Library of Victoria, and images by Serge Thomann, Luke David, John Gollings and Daisy Searls. 

On display from December 2 to April 2023 in the Pride Gallery.

Event & ticketing details

Accessibility

English No Barrier
Wheelchair Access
Vision Rating 75%

Dates & Times

WHEN 22 Jan-12 Feb | Mon-Sun 9am-6pm

Tickets

FREE No ticket required

Location

Victorian Pride Centre - Pride Gallery

79-81 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

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Tram

3a, 16, 96 to stop 133 | tram 12 to stop 143

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