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Museum of Transology| 'Thanks For The Mammories' photography by TheyThem Studio| Lead Image

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Museum of Transology

20 January - 22 April 2017

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Now You See It, Now You Don’t. |

Thursday, 9 March 2017
7 – 8.30pm


A panel discussion which explored how to spot, save and collect trans and queer theirstory. Part of Museum of Transology exhibition events programme, the panel was followed by a Q+A session. The discussion was chaired by E-J Scott, exhibition curator. Speakers include:

Cicely Proctor, MA Fashion Curation, LCF/ Independent dress curator and archivist.

Collecting Trans Dress in the Museum.


Olga Lidia Saavedra Montes de Oca, University Sussex.


Opening other Closets: A Visual Ethnography of Gender Roles and Social Change among Transgender People and their Families in Cuba.


Sean Curran, Community Learning Officer, Sutton House, National Trust.

Queer Activism Begins at Home: Situating LGBTQ Voices in National Trust Historic Houses.


Jenna Allsopp, Visiting Lecturer in History of Art and Design, University of Brighton.

Negotiating Masculine Identity in the Early Twentieth Century: the case of Vera ‘Jack’ Holme (1881- 1969).


Francesco Ventrella, Lecturer in Art History at the University of Sussex.



RHS  Centre Space

20 John Prince’s Street



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