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Fantasy Museum of Trans Sporting Excellence

and Portal to Other Dimensions

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CLUBSCORE’s Fantasy Museum of Trans Excellence and Portal to Other Dimensions is a place for us all to imagine a reality where openly trans and gender diverse people have always been included and celebrated.

Guests will be able to move through the Museum at their own pace and engage with fantasy history and artifacts. For those who like a bit of participatory art, there will be multiple ways that guests can contribute to co-creating the fantasy history with the artists, including creating your own Trans Sporting Hero, adding your own Trans Sports Dream to the History Book, contributing lyrics to the CLUBSCORE anthem, and more!

This installation is designed to bring trans and gender diverse people and the broader queer community together to mourn, celebrate, and strategise.

Trans and gender diverse (TGD) people have been consistently excluded and discriminated against in every modern sport, game and physical activity. Limited access to safe spaces to train and play, exclusion from sporting communities, outdated binary classifications of “mens and women’s leagues” and harmful rhetoric about trans athletes being spouted from politicians and on social media means that TGD people often can’t join in the activities that are so often talked about as being “for everyone”.

At this pivotal moment, we are making a space to respond to historical and current injustice, and call the future we want into being, using a mix of creative arts practices, games and sports activities.

The Game Plan

Making History
Sunday 9 July, 3pm-5pm 
Co-Create the Fantasy Museum of Trans Sporting Excellence with CLUBSCORE

All welcome. We extend an extra special invite to trans and gender diverse people. No registration required.


CLUBSCORE welcomes the queer community to this casual drop in session. Visit the Fantasy Museum of Trans Sporting excellence, and then join artists Ketura Budd (they/them) and Zev Aviv (they/them) for a chat. We'll ask you to reflect on what has already been created, and share your ideas for how the Museum can evolve - what would you like to see? Where does the Museum take your imagination?


Zev and Ketura will respond to the ideas shared in this casual drop in session as they continue to shape and develop the Museum over the following week. Our goal is to create work that is responsive to the queer community and this particular moment in history, as well as to make space for joyful, playful gatherings.


Home Turf


Gallery, Kambri Cultural Centre

Australian National University

154 University Ave, Acton ACT 2601, Australia

Museum Opening Hours

​Sat 08 July

12.00pm - 5.00pm

​Sun 09 July

12.00pm - 5.00pm

Mon 10 July


Tue 11 July


Wed 12 July

12.00pm - 5.00pm

Thu 13 July

12.00pm - 5.00pm

Fri 14 July

12.00pm - 5.00pm

​Sat 15 July

12.00pm - 5.00pm

​Sun 16 July

2.00pm - 5.00pm

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