Category Archive: events

Archer Asks: Candy Bowers, Performer, Producer, Activist

Sponsored post: One The Bear is a proud supporter of Archer Magazine. For more information about the show, including tickets, click here. Candy Bowers is a queer South African-Chinese-Australian performer, director, dramaturg, producer, activist-artist. She graduated from NIDA in 2001. As co-founder and co-director of the Black Honey Company, her many career highlights include touring her political …

Brisbane Queer Film Festival 2017: Our must-see picks

With an eclectic and exciting mix of genres and cultural perspectives, this year’s Brisbane Queer Film Festival offers viewers insight into queer and trans identities, narratives and communities from across Australia and the world. Now in its 18th year, the following four films represent an unmissable selection of the contemporary queer cinema showcased by Brisbane’s …

Mardi Gras Film Festival 2017: Top 5 films for diversity

As Queer Screen’s 2017 Mardi Gras Film Festival draws near, choosing which events to attend can feel like a pretty daunting task. To offer a hand, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most inclusive, diverse and intersectional films at this year’s festival, to help you navigate the program, Archer style. CHECK IT Check It is one …

The ‘THEY/THEIRS’ issue – Archer Magazine #7 out in December!

“I don’t mind confusion about my gender, but I do resent cisgender people who make that confusion my problem.” – Bani Amor “At this point, the precise title is less important to me than the fact that I don’t fit into the binary.” – Mariana Podesta-Diverio In this groundbreaking edition of Archer Magazine, we curate …

Top 5 movies at Queer Screen Film Fest 2016

The fourth annual Queer Screen Film Fest is around the corner, kicking off in Sydney on 20 September. In addition to 12 films at Event Cinemas George Street, the festival includes a free screening of Inside Out (one of our favourites) in Sydney Park (18 Sep), and screenings in Canberra and the Blue Mountains in October. To get the low-down …

Sydney! Archer Magazine comes to Young Henrys, Newtown

NOTE: During this event, we had some significant audio issues and the space wasn’t equipped for the style of event we were expecting. There was significant disappointment, and some hurt, among our attendees and our volunteers. Below is a statement released by Young Henrys following the event. We will work extra hard to ensure our next Sydney get-together provides a safe, welcoming space and we …

How to be a good slut: top 5 tips for all genders

It’s that time of year, in which we take to the streets to fight for their right to be sexual, human and scantily-clad. That’s right, it’s SlutWalk Melbourne, and we are big supporters of the right to reclaim the word ‘slut’, for those that want to. SlutFest, the annual SlutWalk fundraiser, is on this weekend. To celebrate, …

Archer Asks: Cash Savage chats to her wife, Amy Middleton, editor of Archer Magazine

Cash Savage is a country-blues musician and a Melbourne institution. Her new album, One of Us, is currently at #1 on the Australian community radio charts. Here, she is interviewed by her wife Amy Middleton, founding editor of Archer Magazine, about her national tour, being a woman in music, politics and married life. Q: Hi …

Archer Magazine comes to Adelaide! Join us on 25 June

Heads up, Adelaide readers! We are coming to South Australia for the first time! Join Archer Magazine, the world’s most progressive publication on sexuality and gender, for an afternoon of readings, beverages and good old-fashioned print media at Format on 25 June. Celebrate the launch of Archer Magazine #6 – the SHE/HERS issue, featuring writing by …

Celebrate the launch of Archer Magazine – The SHE/HERS issue

“We know what ‘she’ isn’t. ‘She’ is not a uterus. ‘She’ is not having a child, or being a daughter.  ‘She’ is not always paid less, though she is more likely to be. ‘She’ may change her pronouns; perhaps many times.” Welcome to Archer Magazine #6. We’re thrilled to have come this far. Come help us …

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