Creating art at the Bregenz Kunsthaus. Photo: Beate A Tecza/MrGayEurope.com

Creating art at the Bregenz Kunsthaus. Photo: Beate A Tecza/MrGayEurope.com

It’s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday.. Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the weekend, weekend. Patyin, partyin YEAH! Partyin, partyin YEAH! Fun, fun, fun, fun lookin’ forward to the weekend!

As you might undarstood, it’s Friday! And today it was time for the last challenge and our first rehearlsals for the final show.

After the breakfast we went to the Kunsthaus in Bregenz and got a guided tour in the exhibition. After that we went down to the studio and was going to do our own art-challenge.

The theme was hope, and we were going to create a poster that discribes the LGBTI-situation in our home country and talk about it. Since the situation in Sweden is very good and we’ve come very far with the LGBTI-rights I talked about my view on the future in Europe and the rest of the world.

On my poster I made handprints in different colors, each handprint represented one step forward in the LGBTI-histrory. And the gap between the last colored print and the white one represents the steps we haven’t done yet to come to the goal, the white handprint.

We video taped our stories in our own language and this was shown to the jury and to all the other delagates. There were some beautiful pieces made.

In the afternoon we went to the Festspielhaus and rehearsed for the show. It was a long evening and we got back to the hotel by midnight. I don’t want to spoil anything for the big final (even if you might already seen it) so you have to stay tuned tomorrow to see what happened!

Stay Proud
Jack

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