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Pride Festival 2021 Art Prize

Where
TAP Gallery
TAP Gallery
259 Riley Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
When

Every day, 12pm to 6pm Monday 7 June to Sunday 13 June Except Saturday 12 June

The Sydney Pride Festival 2021 art prize will launch Thurs 03June and be an online & offline event for Pride Month. This year will be huge with $1500 in cash prize and free art show for the winners.

The presenter of the prizes will be our generous donor, renown art photographer Yves Hernot to take place on sat 12jun 5-8pm at Tapgallery

This time we can be back together so do visit the show/and prize night at Tap Gallery.

Sydney Pride Festival is a grass roots festival and a time to pass on the history and raise awareness and education of our LGBTQI charities. This year we will be putting the focus on how we have changed through the pandemic and our online community has become more important than ever. The festival runs for a month starting 3 June.

Art Prize presented by Yves Hernot Saturday 12 June 5pm-8pm

Sydney Pride Festival 2021 will remember our pursuit for acceptance and total equality for all our LGBTQI brothers and sisters. Sydney Pride can reach out and help those struggling with sexual identity, bullying, drugs or just feeling that life is too hard to stand strong and ask for help. Connecting together in solidarity.

About Sydney Pride Festival

Sydney Pride Festival is a not-for-profit event which supports a wide range of LGBTQI charities, organisations and businesses. This Sydney Pride festival 2021 will include online links to LGBTQIA entertainment, talks, documentaries, children storytime, health and fitness, education, movie and TV recommendations, and much more. We will have an online Calendar with what’s on each day and links where to find it. 

This is a time to remember the Stonewall Riots and the beginning of gay liberation as we know it. The Sydney Pride Festival is dedicated to those that lead the way back in 1969 who fought for equality and human rights and the incredible strength of our friends who marched in the first Sydney Mardi Gras in 1978.

Last year the Sydney Pride Festival contained over 100 events. The festival featured art, cinema, Trivia, Debates, Sports, Fundraising activities and Club events across Sydney. This year will be very different but we feel it is very important to change during these very different times and stay connected.

The Sydney Pride Festival would like to thank the volunteers, event organisers, sponsors and LGBTQI community and all our friends for all their support.

Covid-safe information

Tap Gallery adheres to the latest govt guidelines, social distancing is practiced and sanitisers are available in every room. As per govt and WHO advice masks are not compulsory at this time.

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