Exhibition launch: Trans Experience of Homelessness
|13 February 2024
|12:00 - 13:00
|What is it:
|Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
|Who is it for:
|University staff, Current University students, General public
Please join us for the launch of "Illustrating significance in transitory times: object elicitation in trans homelessness".
The exhibition will be hosted in the student hub at the Jean Macfarlane Building (School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine, and Health) for the month of February to coincide with LGBT+ history month.
This exhibition is the visual component of the PhD research conducted by Steph Busby, in collaboration with trans activist and artist Berwyn Mure (@b_mure). Steph will be in attendance to deliver a talk on their work, which showcases the question of how health, being trans, and experiencing homelessness are interconnected.
This will be a great opportunity to support our LGBT+ community, network and celebrate this poignant and fantastic work. Light refreshments will be provided.
The exhibition is organised through ‘Equality in FBMH’ series during LGBT+ history month. The LGBT+ History Month theme for 2024 is Medicine #UnderTheScope. It aims to celebrate LGBT+ peoples’ contribution to the field of Medicine and Healthcare both historically and today, and also will focus on the LGBT+ community’s experience of healthcare, and health inequalities.(https://lgbtplushistorymonth.co.uk/lgbt-history-month-2024/).
Travel and Contact Information
Jean McFarlane Building