We are very pleased to be bringing Twilight People to Exeter!
‘Twilight People’ is a landmark project that discovers and celebrates the hidden history of transgender and gender-variant people of faith in the UK past and present. This collection is the first source of faith and transgender history in Britain. The project explores the narratives around ‘body and ritual’, documenting the interconnection between faith and gender journeys beyond the binary categories of male and female. The images and stories of over 40 members of the various Abrahamic faith communities – Christian, Muslim and Jewish – are documented by means of oral history, film and photography. Supported by the Lottery Heritage Fund and proudly hosted by Liberal Judaism.
Throughout The Exeter LGBT History Festival a ‘pop-up’ Twilight People exhibition will be displayed across Exeter:
The Forum, University of Exeter, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4SZ
Monday 6th – Thursday 9th February, 08:00 – 20:00 daily (free, no booking required)
Exeter Central Library, Castle Street, Exeter EX4 3PQ
Saturday 11th February, 09:00 – 17:00 (free, no booking required)
Sunday 12th February, 12:00 – 16:00 (free, no booking required)
For more on the Twilight People project please visit the Twilight People website.