ATQM are honoured to be shortlisted for the 2018 International Prize for Live Art, alongside three outstanding artists from across the globe – Nic Green, Jeanne Van Heeswijk and Sonya Lindfors.
ATQM are thrilled to receive the Community Collaboration Award for our Body of Work (Fun Run, Congress and The Coming Back Out Ball) at the 2018 Victorian Green Room Awards.
Immense thanks to all our community collaborators we have the pleasure of working with.
ATQM are thrilled to be nominated in the 2018 Green Room Awards in Contemporary and Experimental Performance for the following awards –
- Performer or Ensemble (Tristan Meecham, Bec Reid & Ensemble – Fun Run),
- Community Collaboration (Body of Work: Congress, Coming Back out Ball, Fun Run)
- Production (Fun Run).
Congratulations to all the nominated artists!
ATQM will present The Coming Back Out Ball at Australia’s leading international industry event for contemporary performing arts on Friday 23 February.
Delegates can also join ATQM on Wednesday 21 February for APAM Water Aerobics! Please do get in touch!
Our latest newsletter can be read here. It details our 2017 projects and what we have planed in 2018.
In partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne,we are thrilled to win the ‘Improving Health Through Arts Award’ at the 2017 VicHeath’s Art Awards for Fun Run. #funrunmelb #allthequeensmen
We have launched The Coming Back Out Ball – a spectacular social event celebrating LGBTI+ elders. Visit the project website here. #comingbackoutball #allthequeensmen
Our latest newsletter can be found here.
Fun Run Flash Mob. Learn the moves. Come to Arts Centre Melbourne on Sunday 12 March and perform in the show! #funrunmelb #allthequeensmen
LGBTI+ Elders Dance Club + ATQM end of year party
Please join us on Friday 9 December from 5.30pm at The Substation. #allthequeensmen #lgbtieldersdanceclub
SAVE THE DATE: Sunday 12 March 2017 from 4:30pm #allthequeensmen #funrunmelb
Our ATQM newsletter containing 2016 highlights can be viewed here.
Bec received the 2016 Australia Council for the Arts Fellowship for Community Arts and Cultural Development; an apt acknowledgment of her tireless generosity, great artistic skill, and ongoing commitment to community arts and culture.
Tristan launched the 2016 Glitter Festival – the Gold Coast’s annual LGBTIQ Cultural Festival. Tristan will return in October to host and produce a number of events. Check out the program here.
The one and only Bec Reid opened 100% Brisbane, a 3-year exhibition created by Museum of Brisbane, Berlin based theatre company Rimini Protokoll, Bec Reid and 100 Brisbane residents.
Join us on Friday 1 July for a creative briefing and afternoon tea as we discuss our process for The Coming Back Out Ball. For more information please visit here
Over the next twelve months, we will developThe Coming Back Out Ball in collaboration with older LGBTI people. Please find our invitation to this first consultation meeting here.
Bec returns to Katherine in the Northern Territory, to create a large-scale dance show with, by and for the whole town! From horse riding champs to a footy ballet, it’s an all in celebration as a part of the Territory Day Celebrations. And of course, there will be fireworks!
Welcome to our very first ATQM newsletter, containing 2015 highlights, updates from The Coming Back Out Ball + MGMT2016, and 2016 news. The newsletter can be viewed here.