Continuation of Q+ You
Q+ You was launched in 2020 by students of the international degree program Sports, Culture & Event Management. This year it will be continued, also by students of the course. The aim is to create visibility and awareness of the LGBTQIA + community and to offer the members of the community a platform on the one hand and to build a sense of community on the other.
New year, New Chance
In 2020, the sense of community should have been shaped with one another and not only represented by online discussion groups. The planned exhibition had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 measures valid at the time - but this is to be continued. The Q+ You 2021 project team will continue the photo gallery that was jointly designed by people from all facets of the LGBTQIA+ community. Short audio statements that can be called up via QR code underline the picture or story of the respective person. This personal insight helps to broaden the viewer's awareness.
Visibility that nobody can miss
The kick-off event will take place on Tuesday, June 1st, 2021, so that it can be present in Kufstein during the Pride month of June. The event will take place in the city center and in the empty shop windows of the city center. The implementation is underlined by decorations in rainbow optics at various places in the city.
Many additional ideas are in the planning stage, including the exhibition to be shown in Innsbruck afterwards. All ideas and the latest news from the project group can be followed on the Instagram account q_plus_you. Together as ONE community, great things can be achieved with the Q +You project.
Q+ YOU - Share your own experiences
Motivated people and everyone who wants to make their own contribution can do so with their personal story.
Record your own story in the form of an audio file of a maximum of 2 minutes and send a picture. Both will then be shown in the Q+ You exhibition in Kufstein and then in Innsbruck. In addition, the project goal is to make these stories available online in the future. Therefore, multiple images can be sent. For all those who do not want to express themselves with their voice, there is the possibility to send their own story to the students by e-mail.
Telling your own experiences helps to raise awareness of the LGBTQIA+ community.
“We are firmly convinced that we can make the world a little better. So be part of the exhibition too!”, said the project team.