Sleepover Club Initiative have partnered with the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, a not-for-profit arts organisation that explores diverse and inspiring human stories through the mediums of film, art, music and forums.
This partnership allows us to present our latest exhibition, What Has Feminism Ever Done for Me?, a critical yet personal examination of the current feminist climate, and the assumptions, approaches and relationships that have developed between mainstream society, minority groups, the media and feminist theories.
Featuring work by both emerging and established artists, Amanda Wolf, Celeste Aldahn, Daniel Ward, Drew Pettifer, Fresh and Fruity (NZ), Kelly Doley, Shaye Duong and Sung Nam Han (JPN).
Opening on Friday the 6th of May, 6pm until late, featuring performances from Callan, bodies and Veggie Island, curated by DUMGUT Records, a reading by the Aotearoa based collective Fresh and Fruity and $5 drinks.
Neon Parlour is fully accessible.
We'd also like to be explicitly clear that we aim to make this event as safe as possible, with no tolerance for hateful behaviour. If anyone experiences any issues throughout the night, please alert the bar or gallery staff.