Event Shandy

Shandy

Bris 69 Queer Dance Party

24 October 2020
7–11pm

Do you flick on your screen and find yourself unable to escape nauseating cis-het antics? More breakfast TV racism? Yet another gender reveal party starting a fire? THAT [points in general direction of US politics]?
Well lucky you for you, Shandy and the queers of Meanjin (Brisbane) have heard you’re in a crisis, and they’re on their way! Like a scantily-clad, glittery Super Nanny, they’re here to put you in that naughty corner you’ve been dying to try out.

Commissioned by the IMA for Making Art Work, Shandy present Bris 69, a livestreamed queer dance party broadcast from IMA Belltower.

Briz 69 is a re-imagining of broadcast television as it could be—with queer people and their voices being celebrated, and taking over and subverting the shows we all know and love/hate. Join us for this deep dive into a world where the medium has been liberated from the shackles of cis-heteronormativity—as we shove the gay agenda down your throats!

Tune in via our Twitch channel here.

Join the Zoom room here.
Zoom Meeting ID: 884 0518 5876
Zoom Passcode: briz69

Register for an Eventbrite reminder here.

Featuring: Golda Guido, Phil Marrii, Les Smith, Parallel Park, Richie L’Estrange, INFO-TAINMENT, Crimson Coco, The Silver Stone, Shaye Windsor as well as DJ ENN, Liminal Grace, Les Smith, and more. Read more and view the full credits via the Facebook event.

  • Partner:

    Making Art Work is supported by the Queensland Government through Art Queensland.

Photo: Seamus Platt

Related Exhibition

Making Art Work

IMA Belltower at the Judith Wright Arts Centre

14 Oct–19 Dec 2020

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