LAUNCH OF THE QUEERING CREATIVE HEALTH REPORT & ZINE
QUEERCIRCLE worked with researchers at University College London to evaluate our first six months of health and wellbeing programming. The resulting report explores how creative health projects work when undertaken within specific LGBTQ+ contexts and communities and reveals a wealth of answers to the question - What does (Queer) health and wellbeing mean to you? It goes on to make the case for taking a community-informed approach to health, one that can counter unhelpful assumptions about health and how it can be measured. Reflections amongst QUEERCIRCLE’s artists and participants were captured by zine-maker MJ Barker, whose drawings break down the divide between academic and community forms of knowledge.
This event is a celebration of both publications, an opportunity to pick up a copy of the report and discuss with drinks and nibbles.