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- 17 Aug, 7:30 pm – 18 Aug, 9:00 pmThe Charlotte Museum , 1A Howe Street, Freemans Bay, Auckland 1010, New ZealandAn R18 seminar for lesbian sapphic women and their friends with queer sex educator Louise Bourchier talking about the ins-and-outs of sexual anatomy and activity to maximise pleasure in your sex life.
- 22 Jan, 2:00 pm – 05 Mar, 4:00 pmThe Charlotte Museum, 8A Bentinck Street, New Lynn, Auckland.A collective of lesbian artists showing us their interpretation of the quintessential 'road trip'. Each artist giving us an impression of their personal odyssey, whether an inner, personal journey or their experiences while traveling and discovering new places.
- 01 Oct 2022, 9:00 am – 15 Oct 2022, 3:00 pmTe Atatū Peninsula Community Hub, 595 Te Atatu Road, Te Atatū Peninsula, Auckland 0610, New ZealandAn exhibit featuring items from the Charlotte Museum collections celebrating the beginnings of Pride in Auckland and the journey to how we celebrate Pride today. From the first ‘Gay Day’ in Aotearoa, a protest in April 1972 led by Ngahuia Te Awekotuku thru to the recent reiteration of Auckland Pride
- 23 Jul 2022, 11:00 am – 4:00 pmTe Toi o Tāmaki, Wellesley Street East, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New ZealandThe Charlotte Museum will be participating in this year's Tāmaki Makaurau Zinefest celebrating all things lesbian and sapphic in the creative and radical world of self-published zines. https://www.aucklandzinefest.com
- 08 Jul 2022, 12:00 am – 11:50 pmCall for Submissions - Contact us!We are publishing two special edition zines for Zine Fest - the first a retrospective of personal writings published in herstoric newsletters and magazines, and the second new writing from those same writers alongside younger voices of sapphic lesbian women. Contact us with your submission!
- 08 May 2022, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pmThe Charlotte Museum., 8A Bentinck Street, New Lynn, Auckland 0600, New ZealandThe museum has enjoyed hosting an exhibition of photographs by Dar’ya Starykova, an artist starting her third year at Elam Art School. Dar’ya is a Ukrainian born, Aotearoa artist who has photographed important sites in lesbian and queer history around Auckland.
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