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Midsumma is one of the world's top five gay and lesbian
arts festivals featuring three weeks of performance, art
and spoken word in a variety of venues around sophisticated
Melbourne. "The 2005 program is packed with things to do
and see for the girls," says Sheah Sutton, general manager.
"This year, we want dykes and poofs to experience
something different, something they may not have thought
about attending before."
Dykes will be excited to hear that Grethe Cammermeyer,
who successfully filed suit against the American military, will
participate in the 5th Health In Difference Conference. Her
autobiography Ser ving In Silence was made into a movie
starring Glenn Close and Judy Davis and will be screened
followed by a Q&A session with Cammermeyer. There's also
cabaret, cruises, clubbing and conversations with lesbian
authors Sophie Cunningham (Geography), Marg Vandeleur
and Sandy Jeffs. And crazy thespians who brought us My Life
as a Dyke return with The Dyke is Right.
Queer Street is back, presenting art and installations by
local artists in laneways, windows, and billboards around the
city. Angela Bailey's photographic banner series Crush will be
displayed on the Portico Room Balcony of Melbourne Town
Hall, visible to passing pedestrians. "The work reflects on the
often bizarre, minute things about people that develop into
all consuming crushes -- particularly when young -- for
example, Wonder Woman and the way she wore those
boots," says Angela. For more Midsumma moments visit
PICTURED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT CRUSH; SERVING IN SILENCE; KATE CHAMPION; AND DOROTHY PORTER
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