LGBT+ Exhibition at Brighton Pride
Our LGBT+ Unitarian Voices exhibition was in Brighton this month for the city’s famous Pride weekend. Beginning with a launch event on the evening of Thursday 3rd August, the exhibition at Brighton Unitarian Church was open to the public from Friday to Monday over Pride weekend, with a special event for sharing stories on Wednesday 9th. Brighton Unitarians had this message of inclusivity for their city: “We are proud to be hosting this exhibition as part of the Pride festivities in our city and look forward to seeing you!”
The LGBT+ Unitarian Voices exhibition is the outcome of an exciting project exploring the brave, inspiring, and sometimes challenging experiences of LGBT+ people in the Unitarian and Free Christian denomination. The project celebrates their stories by recording, archiving, and sharing them with the world. The exhibition was launched at the Unitarian Annual Meetings this Spring and then began a tour of the UK, starting at Ipswich and Norwich, before heading to Brighton. It will also be appearing in London, Manchester, Liverpool and many other places, so watch this space!
Interested in hosting the LGBT+ Unitarian Voices pop-up exhibition in your venue, church or community space? Get in touch.