Next episode in 5 seconds...

Quests By Community: Architecture, Sydney Mardi Gras, Qtopia Sydney, meet George Savoulis

George Savoulis has extensive experience in delivering creative projects and installations worldwide, encompassing Design, Architecture, Creative Direction, Curatorial, and Major Events; including the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras; is committed to elevating human experiences through his creative endeavours.

With George as Curatorial Director, Qtopia Sydney opened its doors in February 2024, to share the journey of the Queer community in Australia, as a welcoming and inclusive space devoted to the memory, education, and celebration of the unique histories and lived experiences of the LGBTQIA+ community.

A cultural hub; a safe space; committed storytellers to the core principles of empowerment and inclusivity; boasting the largest footprint of any Queer Centre of History and Culture in the world.

More of this

Quests By Community: Garry White – Disability, 1978, Accessible Transport, Aged Housing

Garry White knew early in life what it meant to be different, as he was born with a Disability, the effect upon family and community interactions, his own journey, and realising that to accept yourself as yourself, you’ve got to accept all of you. Garry recalls – one night in 1978, Oxford Street, Sydney; setting…

View episode

Seahorse Victoria – Inclusion – Introducing Don George

Tonight, Greer speaks with Don George, who tells us of growing up Serbian in America, what the reality of this was his experience growing up, through to being given the opportunity to relocate to Australia, what he thinks of Australia, all with the underlying theme being to highlight and positively demonstrate inclusion, and what being…

View episode

Quests By Community: Inclusive, Values, Experiences – Queer Parenting – Author Jasper Peach

Tonight, we meet Jasper Peach, who is a trans, non-binary and disabled writer, editor and broadcaster. Passionate about equitable access and inclusion, Jasper is focused on the dismantling of misplaced shame via storytelling. You’ll be a Wonderful Parent is their first book, unlike any other on the market, with something for everyone to learn from…

View episode

CTV+ acknowledges the First Nations peoples of Australia, whose connection to country and living cultures began in time immemorial and helped shape our understanding of this land. We recognise sovereignty has never been ceded and affirm our commitment to advancing reconciliation.