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Feral Queer Camp

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Let’s go wild!

Feral: ‘in a wild state, especially after escape from captivity or domestication’

Feral  Queer Camp is a project that brings together a feral cohort who consider: how we learn (from each other) about what makes performance queer; how we talk about queer performance; how we make performance; and, above all, how we might develop a network of queer thinkers who can talk amongst ourselves and to others about queer performance.

How do we learn from queer performance?

‘The work that Campbell and Farrier do involves a radically democratic form of pedagogy that makes space for participants to engage critically with queer art and performance […]
A fundamentally different approach to education in action, one which is both intellectual and joyfully collective. We see the FQC as a vital resource for the growth of queer-critical voices and art-makers in society.’

Trish McTighe and Kurt Taroff

Conveners of Queer at Queen’s (Q@Q),
Queen’s University, Belfast

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Most recent Feral Queer camp

Midsumma Festival, Melbourne
21st January - 12th February 2023

The Feral Queer Camp is supported by the Creativity and Wellbeing Research Initiative and The Victorian College of the Arts – The University of Melbourne; Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; and Rose Bruford College.