*Postponed* Unfortunately due to unforseen circumstances SUPERLUX Social Online Pub Quiz has been postponed until further notice, please follow LUX Scotland’s social media or subscribe to the news bulletin for updates. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Join us for the return of the LUX Scotland (online) pub* quiz!
Test your moving image knowledge with all things film and video, from the niche questions about the history of LUX and its collection through to general knowledge of film, television and popular culture. Test your moving image credentials and join us for a mid-week pleasurable past time hosted by Laurie Brown.
*bring your own drinks
The quiz will take place online using Zoom. We are using otter.ai plug in on Zoom to generate live captions during the event. A link to Otter will be provided in the chat section of the webinar, which will open a separate web browser window. Adjust your screen layout to suit your own preferences.
Participants will be provided with a link and picture round in advance of the event. The host will run through the questions and at the end of the quiz participants will send them their answers either via the chat option in Zoom or by email.
The quiz is part of series of online events taking place over the coming months, find out more here.We ask that all participants are respectful and listen to the facilitators and other participants. LUX Scotland is dedicated to providing a welcoming online environment for everyone, regardless of gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, or religion or belief. Participants who do not adhere to this code of conduct will be asked to leave the event.We welcome feedback on how these online events have been organised and facilitated in order to improve them as we go forward, in acknowledgement that this is a learning curve and adjustment period for us all. An attendee list will be circulated to all participants in advance of each event.
Laurie Brown is an artist, theatre maker, actor and designer based in Glasgow. Their work is thematically diverse, multi-platform but primarily interested in creating community informed by a politics of queer empathy.