Queer Care Camp took place at Studio Voltaire in October 2021 and was a space for LGBTQIA+ creatives and their allies to make, think and rest, explored through the lens of LGBTQIA+ healthcare. This was a space to come together, to share resources and to reimagine LGBTQIA+ communities that survive and thrive. Hosting a range of queer care community organisations, including Mosaic LGBT+ Young Person’s Trust, Queer Youth Art Collective, as well as artists Sapna Agarwal, Juliet Jacques, Cannach MacBride and Linda Stupart, the Camp centres the question: ‘What is Queer Care?’.
Queer Care Camp forms part of Desperate Living – an ongoing programme that brings artists, public organisations and informal groups together to test out new and experimental forms of collaborative programming, knowledge sharing and production, explored through the lens of LGBTQIA+ healthcare.
Supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and The Mila Charitable Organisation.