Advocacy & Arts

Six free workshops equipping young people.

Running August to October, learn practical approaches to LGBTQIA+ leadership and allyship, while immersing yourself in an arts activity.

These workshops are designed for younger folks, ages 16–26, and will be happening at the Victoria Park Community Centre.

They are free to attend but registrations are essential. Pick and choose or sign up for all six! 

Discover the full program below and click on an event to book.

Advocacy & Arts Program

LGBTQIA+ Advocacy & Pot Painting

A discussion led by Youth Pride Network followed by a Colour Co and Vic Park Young Leaders pot painting workshop.

Book Workshop 1


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Intersex Identities & Rainbow Clay Creations

Join Toby Whittington for an engaging conversation, and local artist Sagey Ceramics for “pinch pot” making.

Book Workshop 2


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Self Expression & Drag Makeup

Manuao from Vic Park Pride delivers a drag makeup tutorial and a chat about celebrating our uniqueness.

Book Workshop 3



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LGBTQIA+ 101 & Pride Flag Mural

Join Freedom Centre with their LGBTIQA+ 101 workshop and then join in on a collaborative progressive flag banner for pride.

Book Workshop 4


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LGBTQIA+ Advocacy in Local Government & Screen Printing

Councillor Emily Wilding talks avenues for LGBTQIA+ advocacy in Local Government, plus FRANK teaches you how to screen print your own merch.

Book Workshop 5


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Gender Identity & Still Life Drawing

Drag king Blake Cassette from Let's Queer the Air discusses breaking into the performing arts industry, while you draw their portrait!

Book Workshop 6


Advocacy & Arts is presented by the Town of Victoria Park in partnership with Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (YACWA) and Victoria Park Community Centre. 


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