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Visiting the Queer Arts Festival hub

Jess Ducey, co-founder of the Queer Arts Festival talks about the inaugural festival which ran in Wellington from 30 May to 5 June 2022. The recording was made at the headquarters/hub of the festival, which also included a display from the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand Te Pūranga Takatāpui o Aotearoa. Following Jess, Will Hansen and Roger Smith talk about LAGANZ. This recording was made with participants wearing face masks.

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  • 00:00 - Jess Ducey - Queer Arts Festival
  • 21:30 - Will Hansen and Roger Smith - LAGANZ

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Record date:4th June 2022
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins
Location:106 Courtenay Place, Wellington
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