NGV Triennial 2020 installation view of Adam Nathaniel Furman (architect) and Sibling Architecture, Melbourne (architecture studio) <em>Boudoir Babylon</em> 2020, Commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br/>
© Adam Nathaniel Furman and Sibling Architecture. Photo: Sean Fennessey

On the closing weekend celebrating the QUEER: Stories from the NGV Collection exhibition, industry and community leaders considered the importance of fostering queer spaces in both public institutions and corporate settings to ensure queer histories, issues and concepts can be discussed, and what we can do to make sure these are welcoming and safe.

Tony Ellwood AM, Director, NGV
Judy Small AM, Chair of the Board, Midsumma
Adam Nathaniel Furman, artist and designer
Stephen Maoudis, Pride + Network Lead & Head of Acquisition, Global Merchant Services, American Express Australia & New Zealand
Kate Wickett, CEO, Sydney WorldPride


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