Events

Check out our current and past events! Find our recorded Queers in Quarantine Kitchen and skillshare sessions here!

Queers in Quarantine Kitchen – Elmira making chili olive balls

Thursday 7th May 8-8.30 PM, online

We’re happy to have our first cooking session in our series Queers in Quarantine Kitchen.

For the first session we will be making vegan olive cheese balls. Join in and cook along or simply watch.

We recognise that not everyone is comfortable with video chatting so for this session only the host will have their video on. You can still join with your audio if you wish or if you prefer you can have your audio muted.

Open for all members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Maps of Cambridge on top of eachother

Rainbow Crossings

Thursday 19th February 4-5.30PM, St Michael’s House

Meeting to discuss and plan activities.

Panel & workshop, Rainbow Crossings: Safer Spaces for LGBTQI+ Community, Collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Human Global Movement

Open for all.

Venue accessibility:
Wheelchair accessible (ramp outside and lifts inside)
There are padded chairs
There is no blue badge parking but there is a parking house close by
There is no hearing loop

Queer Futures – ASCII art workshop with Claudia

Thursday 14th May 6-6.30PM, online

As long as there is imagination Art is infinite. Text, letters, numbers, symbols and special characters are one of the many tools to express and communicate our ideas, feelings and personal narratives. In this workshop you will learn how to make art usning characters aka ASCII ART. Let’s have fun!(°|^)

If you want to participate please fill in this form


SESSION TOOLS:
Online resources:
ASCII Text Generator
– Cowsay
– Images to ASCII characters converter

Open for all members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Rainbow Crossings

Thursday 19th February 4-5.30PM, St Michael’s House

QTI Coalition of Colour, QWiC and Cambridgeshire Libraries invite you to an afternoon of board games to celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month.

Bring your own game or choose from the library’s selection. Come with a team or make new friends on the day!

No age limit. Everyone is welcome.

Venue accessibility:
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
There are padded chairs.
There’s blue badge holder parking at the Grande Arcade parking.

Gardening 101 with queer non-experts

Sunday 24th May 7-7.45 PM, online

QTI Coalition of Colour is happy to present a passionate conversation with Jenny Ung Loh about the art of growing veggies. Listen and learn about our failures and the persistency to not give up on dying greens. We will be sharing ideas about how to grow things during quarantine and in your room. There will be a Q&A via chat at the end when you are welcome to ask your questions and we will share our 100% honest and non-expert views.

Jenny is a part-time academic, part-time potter, and part-time gardening enthusiast. Starting out from many failed attempts on indoor cacti, she has more successfully turned to vegetables in recent years and in particular loves potatoes, broad beans, and tomatoes.

If you want to participate please contact us for Zoom details. For this session, the participants’ video and audio will be turned off.

This event is open for LGBTQ+ community and allies.

Queers in Quarantine Kitchen – Rosa making daal with rice

Friday 15th May 5-5.40 PM, online

We’re happy to have our yet another session in our series Queers in Quarantine Kitchen.

For the this session we will be making daal with rice. Join in and cook along or simply watch.

We recognise that not everyone is comfortable with video chatting so for this session only the host will have their video on. You can still join with your audio if you wish or if you prefer you can have your audio muted.

Open for all members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Graffitti on a wall depicting a person in rainbow colours wearng a rainbow flag on their shoulders

Pop-culture and Queer Politics in Post-Colonial Hong Kong

Sunday 1 March 2-3PM, Cambridge Central Library

Pop-culture and Queer Politics in Post-colonial Hong Kong, a talk with EVA CY Li, lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at Lancaster University.

Open for all.

Venue accessibility:
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
There are padded chairs.
There’s blue badge holder parking at the Grande Arcade parking.


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