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The GCN30 Exhibition

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This year GCN leaves its 20s and settles into its 30s as the national LGBT+ press – the oldest publication of its sort in the world, the fact of which makes us feel a little more ancient than we already did. We knew we needed to do something big to mark this milestone, but at the same time we also wanted to look beyond ourselves and reflect on the advances of the Irish LGBT+ community over those three decades. The resulting plan was to create the GCN30 exhibition.

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