Lecture 13 March 2009

Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss: Der Nix

Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss presents his book Der Nix (in German language)

Event 29 August 2009, 18:00

Long Night of Museums

Guided tours and Live Acts by LaJohn Joseph and  Berlinquents (in German language)

Event 24 September 2009, 19:00

"Queer branding" between university, politics and life

 

Motivated mainly by critical queries and considerations concerning the renaming of the (in future not exlusively) "Gay Museum", we cordially invite you to an exchange of ideas about the practical use of the term "queer".  "Queer" as concept was developed in an academic  context during the beginning of the 1990s and has become a multifunctional label which has, in many cases, replaced the self-identified labels lesbian, gay, or LesBiGay. We will pursue the question whether the term "queer" can currently be applied in both an academic setting and everyday life. Invited are leading proponents of „queer“ thought and life in Berlin: Dr. Antke Engel (founder of the "Institute for Queer Theory"), Katrin Köppert (co-editor of the conference volume "Queer life – queer labeling?"), Debra Kate ("International Bio-Queen and photographer"), Bartholomew Sammut (Organizer of the "International Queer Short Film Festival Berlin XPOSED") and Sirko Salka (editor-in-chief of Siegessäule).
Birgit Bosold and Michael Fürst (Schwules Museum) will moderate the discussion.
This is not intended to be a traditional panel discussion, but rather a relaxed, interactive conversation between the participants and the audience, including short films and performances.
A small chill-out party in SchwuZ to follow.

 

 

Event 08 October 2009, 20:00

Lesbian and Gay Porn: Similarities – Differences – Feminist Aspects

Discussion with Laura Méritt and Jürgen Brüning (in German language)

Event 06 December 2009, 12:00

St. Nicholas´ Day

 On 6 December 2009 the Gay Museum celebrates its birthday: On this very day 24 years ago an association was founded which made it its business to create a museum for homosexual culture and history.
On this occasion we are organising a special programme for this Advent Sunday.
On this day a visit to the museum is free of charge ( following the opening  all  three exhibitions will be open from 12 to 18 o’clock pm).
Furthermore we invite all visitors to a "special sale": books and posters from our stock will be available at a cheaper price- among them also art books and photography books, which are not contained in our stocks.
We offer typical advent things for drinking and eating along with suitable music (live).