Oral History Sessions for People Living with HIV
Wednesday 29th November – Saturday 2nd December
Join curator James Lawler from duo Vision, Homotopia and ourselves in an exploration of personal stories, memories and experiences of the HIV/AIDS epidemic to present day. Podcaster, Olivier Graham, will be on hand to record some of your stories which may be used in a future exhibition of Liverpool musician, Holly Johnston.
Open to members of the LGBTQ+ scene of the 1980s and/or those living with HIV, or who have supported those living with HIV.
Pre-registration required: homotopia.net/events/world-aids-day-events/
Liverpool in the 80s – Queer Music and Nightlife
Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th November, 10-11.30am
Remembering the Liverpool ‘scene’ of the 1980s, share your stories of partying in the city and in the face of adversity.
Women and HIV
Wednesday 29th November 2-3.30pm
This session is for women living with HIV, or who have supported others living with HIV.
Living with HIV
Thursday 30th November 2-3.30pm
Share your experiences of living with HIV today in Merseyside.
Remembering Those We Have Lost
Friday 1st December 10-11.30am
For those who have lost loved ones to HIV related illness; we are particularly interested in hearing from people who created a UK AIDS memorial quilt.