Festival Program


How to Be a Better Ally

Fri 31 Aug, 10am
ACMI The Cube

It’s not up to the LGBTIQ community to shoulder the burden of survival alone – as friends, family and allies we can do better. Join artist and non-binary dragtivist Dani Weber as they run a workshop on listening, learning and supporting.

This session is free, no bookings are required.


1 hour



Session Artists

Dani Weber is known for their work as a queer performance artist, events producer, and as Head of Programs at anti-bullying organisation Project Rockit. They are passionate about challenging prejudice and celebrating diversity, with articles published in The Guardian and Archer Magazine, discussing non-binary representation and being drag king Dani Boi.

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