An important part of what we do at Queerly Represent Me involves engaging with the community and connecting people to queerness in games and queer folks working in the games industry. Our outreach takes many forms, and works in conjunction with our academic research, public talks, and ongoing podcast and interview series.

Game As You Are

Game As You Are logo The Queerly Represent Me team produces fortnightly content for the Trade Media line of websites as part of their Game As You Are initiative.

Current articles in the Game As You Are series can be viewed here.

PAX Diversity Lounge

Femme looking person sitting at a booth in front of a Queerly Represent Me banner. Our full core team attended PAX Australia 2018 and Queerly Represent Me was a community booth in the Diversity Lounge.

Freeplay x Hovergarden Night Market

Femme looking person standing in front of a market stall at dusk. Alayna Cole and Jess Zammit launched our new merchandise at the Freeplay x Hovergarden night market in May, 2018.

Sunshine Coast Pride Network

Femme looking person standing in front of a market stall in daylight. Our founding director, Alayna Cole, is based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, as are several of our staff. As such, as try to be involved in local pride events via the Sunshine Coast Pride Network. Most recently, we attended the Sunshine Coast Pride Festival on April 28, 2018.

QueerTech.io exhibition

Queer Tech i o logo. Our Twitter feed was featured as part of the IRL+URL exhibition, QueerTech.io. This exhibition is being displayed from January until March 2018 at several locations, including The Testing Grounds, ACMI, and RMIT. The online feed is available here.

Vote yeSK exhibition

Vote Yes K logo. Text reading 'A week of celebration and support curated by queerly represent me. Triad by Anna Anthropy. The Longest Couch by Sean Wejebe. Memoraie by Brian Beacom. The Trans Zone by Glamow. Time by Katie Worton.' We were involved in curating a small exhibition in collaboration with Bar SK, in support of a Melbourne Gaymers meet-up. The exhibition was on from 14th Sept – 20th Sept 2017. Check out the Facebook event for more information.