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Community Canvas

Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15–19, Wien, Austria

🎨 Community Canvas: A Celebration of Vienna Pride 🌈 Join us for a vibrant and inclusive artistic gathering in honor of Vienna Pride as part of Queertopia! This year, we are coming together to create a magnificent Community Canvas, a collective masterpiece that symbolizes unity, love, and support for our LGBTQ+ community. Participants of all… Read More »Community Canvas

Suluka at Queertopia

Volkskunde Museum Laudongasse 15–19, Wien, Wien, Austria

An unforgettable evening of music with Suluka, the talented artist whose soulful grooves and modern vibes are making waves in the music scene. Luka Sulzer, the 30-year-old musician from Graz, brings his unique blend of soul and contemporary sounds to the stage, creating a captivating experience that balances modernity with timelessness.

Queens Brunch Vienna at Queertopia

Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15–19, Wien

Get ready for a dazzling evening of glamour, laughter, and fabulous performances at Queens Brunch Vienna at Queertopia! This spectacular event brings together the finest drag queens for an unforgettable experience that celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of our LGBTQ+ community. Support for Queer Vienna Mutual Aid Fund: A portion of the proceeds from this… Read More »Queens Brunch Vienna at Queertopia

Open Mic at Queertopia

Queertopia at Volkskundemuseum - Join us for yet another Open Mic Night at Villa Vida! Whether you're a seasoned performer or taking the stage for the first time, all are encouraged to share their stories, songs, poetry, and more. Let's come together to uplift, empower, and revel in the beauty of queer expression.


(kino)kolekta – Queer Filipino Short Film Event

Villa Vida Café Linke Wienzeile 102, Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Join us on on June 11th for (kino)kolekta. (kino)kolekta is a Filipino nomadic film space dedicated to deconstructing cinema in communities. The name is a word play with kino = film/movie/cinema and “kinokolekta” which literally means “collecting” in Filipino. We exhibit unnamed programmed films beyond traditional cinemas, aiming to answer the question: where do films… Read More »(kino)kolekta – Queer Filipino Short Film Event