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Archer Magazine's Amy Middleton Receives Honour Award Nomination


With her magazine Archer, Amy Middleton is bringing issues and stories of diverse sexuality and gender identity to the fore – an achievement that has garnered her a nomination in media for an Honour Award.

You might say journalism is in Amy Middleton’s blood. The founder of queer magazine,Archer, comes from a long line of ‘media-types’.  - Read the full article here. 



Community Hero 'Webby' Receives Honour Award Nomination

With a life spent giving to others, Cheryl Webby Webster’s name is synonymous with volunteering. No wonder she has been nominated for an Honour Award.

Members of the LGBT community will no doubt be familiar with Cheryl ‘Webby’ Webster. Over the years, she has made her mark at various LGBT organisations having served in various roles including as treasurer of Dykes on Bikes, President of Sydney Leather Pride Association, a Sydney Gay and Lesbian Business Association board associate and Lemons with a Twist member.

Win $1000 By Entering Art In The Honour Awards

Visual artists who have created work with an LGBTI* theme could take home a $1000 cash prize by entering their work in the Honour Awards.

For the first time, this year’s Awards include the Cayte Latta Memorial Award for Visual Art with a $1000 cash prize made possible by an endowment from the Friends of Cayte. Cayte was an accomplished photographer, artist, filmmaker, social activist, and leading LGBTI community figure for over two decades until her passing in 2010.

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