|30th January 2021|
|Midday - 2pm|
|Online Event Glasgow|
|£0 - £12 (pay what you can)|
|Event organiser/part of Glasgow Zine Library|
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This is a closed workshop for queer people only.
The bodies that we exist in as queer people are usually excluded from churches, mosques and synagogues, and there is a lack of official rituals that celebrate our queer bodies, loves and life-changing events.
Nonetheless, we create communion through community and we give sacred meaning to each other's bodies, sometimes drawing on long-historical traditions of queerness as the image of transcendence.
In this workshop, we will talk about the sacred potential of being in a queer body, and make artworks/a zine that reflect on these conversations. The workshop is open to people of all faiths and none.
Participants will be sent images relevant to the workshop in the post, and as such we require a shipping address when you purchase a ticket. There is no additional cost for these.
We are also offering a Zine Making Pack for this workshop, which will include pens, pencils and paper for those who do not have them. This is an optional pay-what-you-can add-on, and can be purchased on Eventbrite when you book a ticket for this event.
Ticket sales will end on Saturday January 23rd to allow for postage of materials packs to all attendees.
About the workshop leader:
Jonah Coman (he/him) is a trans educator and artist living in Glasgow. His main research is on trans and queer theology in medieval history, and he has worked with queer as well as heritage organisations such as TIE, Pink Saltire and The Vagina Museum. His zine practice centres queer and disabled being and history. In his spare time, Jonah loves big walks with his three-legged greyhound, Chaos.
Access Information About This Event
This event is for ages 16+ and will be held online. You will need a good internet connection and a laptop/computer/mobile device to join us.
There will be 30 attendees maximum, and the event will feature comfort breaks. During this event, participants will be involved in: Whole group discussions, Hands-on activities, Sharing work that has been created
Access links will be sent to attendees in advance of the event. For any technical problems, please email email@example.com
If you have any specific access requirements please indicate when reserving a ticket and we will do our best to meet any requests within our limited budget. We are more able to meet requests made at least two weeks in advance. Events may be recorded for access reasons.
In order to make our events more accessible to those on a low income, we use a sliding scale ticket price of £0-£12 for our events. You can choose what you pay based on your economic circumstances - you can read more about our ticketing system here: https://glasgowzinelibrary.com/ticketing.
Our ticket sales go towards running our spaces and supporting DIY makers. If you have a free ticket and can no longer use it, please contact us to let us know here: firstname.lastname@example.org
All events will adhere to our safer spaces policy, which you can learn about here.
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How to access the event:
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While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for This Is My Body - Reclaiming The Queer Sacred are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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