Stories about: arts
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring Jacinta Oaten’s queer event and wedding photography.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring Jimmy D, a New Zealand label by James Dobson.
In this room and on this bed, Leonardo da Vinci lay with Salai and Francesco Melzi. In the dining room, they ate together and told stories.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring The Huxleys and their art exhibition, ‘Bloodlines’.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring up-and-coming Naarm-based label Spitsubishi.
Cry Club are not interested in doing anything other than chasing joy. They refuse to limit themselves, or be reduced to one genre or box. It’s an inherently queer philosophy.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring the braided designs of Nathaniel Youkhana.
For this month’s queer fashion files, we’re featuring Liz Ham and her recent series for ‘Absolutely Queer’ (Powerhouse).
Welcome to Archer’s queer fashion files! This month, we’re featuring Chi Montmorency and their debut collection, ‘Made in Heaven’.
For so long, I perceived my femininity as something that made me visible or vulnerable, but in the pages of Dress Rehearsals, I was inspired to create a place where those feelings could coexist beside joy and euphoria.
By stepping into the performing arts industry, another challenge became apparent: where are the goddamn trans materials by trans people?!
Sydney WorldPride is upon us, and we can’t wait! Here are Archer Magazine’s top picks for the queer celebration of all queer celebrations.
Poetry and storytelling have also allowed me to explore my own narrative and identity, giving me the opportunity to write myself into existence and create the trans-queer stories I never read when I was a kid.
YUCK Circus present Off Chops. “The stickier the floors, the better. But what would really get me going is a tour of RSLs around Australia.”
As a Deaf person, movement is such a huge part of my life. I guess I’ve needed to explore more about how dance is connected to Deafness, and how dance is connected to body language.
We might recognise this as compulsory heterosexuality. I knew it was not exactly what was expected of me, to be warm in the hush of her bed.
My characters are genderless, stunning creatures. They are not afraid to talk about what really needs to be talked about.
I follow a very systematic process for creating my work. The story of Camo all begins with the fabric.
Gender Euphoria didn’t just connect us with the audience – it allowed people to connect to their own self.
Welcome to our fashion-editorial rebellion: one without designer labels or advertisers, turning the spotlight instead on drag queens in head-to-toe self-styled looks that will make your jaw drop.
The countdown is on to the official launch of PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2022 and to Archer’s panel on queer aesthetics and self expression!
The way I moved my body was the one thing I could control in a world that confused and bewildered me constantly.