Diverse-city 2024

Where

Research Central Atrium, 44-46 Lorne Street, Auckland City Centre

Level 2

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When

Monday 26 February 2024
10am-6pm


Tuesday 27 February 2024
10am-6pm


Wednesday 28 February 2024
10am-6pm


Thursday 29 February 2024
10am-6pm


Friday 1 March 2024
10am-6pm


Saturday 2 March 2024
10am-5pm


Monday 4 March 2024
10am-6pm


Tuesday 5 March 2024
10am-6pm


Wednesday 6 March 2024
10am-6pm


Thursday 7 March 2024
10am-6pm


Friday 8 March 2024
10am-6pm


Saturday 9 March 2024
10am-5pm


Monday 11 March 2024
10am-6pm


Tuesday 12 March 2024
10am-6pm


Wednesday 13 March 2024
10am-6pm


Thursday 14 March 2024
10am-6pm


Friday 15 March 2024
10am-6pm


Saturday 16 March 2024
10am-5pm


Monday 18 March 2024
10am-6pm


Tuesday 19 March 2024
10am-6pm


Wednesday 20 March 2024
10am-6pm


Thursday 21 March 2024
10am-6pm


Friday 22 March 2024
10am-6pm


Saturday 23 March 2024
10am-5pm


Monday 25 March 2024
10am-6pm


Tuesday 26 March 2024
10am-6pm


Wednesday 27 March 2024
10am-6pm


Thursday 28 March 2024
10am-6pm


Friday 29 March 2024
10am-6pm


Saturday 30 March 2024
10am-5pm


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Not open on Sundays.


Cost

Free
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From masquerade balls to public demonstrations, the Diverse-city 2024 display vividly illustrates how collective organising within the rainbow community has been a catalyst for raising public awareness and instigating profound societal, cultural, and economic transformations.

Learn about the friendships and social networks which have played a pivotal role in shaping the history of some queer communities in Aotearoa. Diverse-city 2024 features material from Auckland Libraries Heritage Collections and external queer organisations.

Explore material from Auckland Libraries Heritage Collections, including the Auckland Lesbian Archive (NZMS 1184), posters from our ephemera collection, the Rainbow Youth Oral History collection (OH-1250) and Brent Coutts '1972 - A Year in Focus' zine.

In a spirit of collaboration, this display proudly showcases collections from The Charlotte Museum, Gender Minorities Aotearoa, Rainbow Youth, and The Burnett Foundation Aotearoa. A big thank you to these community groups for their contributions to our collections and this display.

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