01 PM | 15 Nov

#YES [#geekgirl]


Today was an awesome result – 61.6% of people voted to support same sex marriage in Australia. The government needs to move swiftly to pass legislation and make this happen. No more muckin’ about!


01 PM | 12 Feb

Club Ate #queer Filipina diaspora @ACMI [#geekgirl]


Hosted by Sydney-based artists Justin Shoulder and Bhenji Ra, Club Ate is a hybrid party event featuring live performances, video art, music, food and drinks. As the founders of Club Ate, Justin and Bhenji’s art practices have been nurtured in the queer nightclub scene, where alter identities are explored through movement, languages, costume and spectacle.  ACMI’s iteration of Club Ate features performances by Justin and Bhenji as their latest Ex Nilalang incarnations. The artists’ costumes, dance and movement seek to transform colonial mythologies and highlight the connections between queer migrant and intercultural identities. Come and join Island Sisters, Motherland Queens and Goddesses of the Mountains in an extraordinary evening not to be missed.

Club Ate is supported by the KMATS Endowment Fund and Arts Centre Melbourne for Asia TOPA.

Asia TOPA is a joint initiative of the Sidney Myer Fund and Arts Centre Melbourne and is supported by the Australian and Victorian Governments.

RSVP essential

06 PM | 03 Feb

Sticky Institute Paper City 2013 launch – Feb 7, 2013 #Melbourne #zines #geekgirl



Those crazy cats at Sticky Institute are having a launch party for their Paper City 2013 (zine) festival, and they’ve compiled an awesome mixcloud audio collection of their friends, faves and bands that will be playing!

So get your  yah yah’s on for a night of hoot ‘n toot at the aptly named Yah Yah’s – 99 Smith Street, Fitzroy, VIC, Australia. Only $8 doors open at 8pm and the date is Thursday, 7th Feb 2013.

The party kicks off a whole bunch of fun activities around zines and DIY printing. You also don’t wanna miss out on the spectacular Zine Fair at Melbourne Town Hall on Sunday, 10th Feb 2013!!

For more information check out the Sticky Institute website.