Candice Purwin, illustrator and writer, joined us for the first Feminist Spaces event on the 19th of March, 2019. Candice sketched our workshops, conversations, ideas and questions from the day, and created this picture for our project.
View Candice’s image here and visit her website: candicepurwin.com
The Common Language of She – a poem by Lisa Luxx
Lisa Luxx, queer writer, performer, essayist and activist, joined us in our Feminist Space on the 2nd of July for our second workshop. Lisa crafted a poem for Feminist Spaces. You can listen to Lisa’s performance of the poem and read the poem here.
Some more of our work so far
I now recognise I can do something Right now, I find myself in a position of power and privilege.The power of my word, access to relevant technology and information.Privilege of education and opportunities connected to the colour of my skin and of living in a democracy where elected representatives can be held accountable. Blimey! It’sContinue reading “In conversation with… Veronika, about learning and recognising power”
Feminist Spaces writes this in direct response to and solidarity with the uprisings against the state-sanctioned killing of George Floyd and the continued violence around the world which endangers Black lives. We give our support to and stand alongside #BlackLivesMatter. Feminist Spaces is a small network of women from around the world. We contribute toContinue reading “Feminist Spaces stands with #BlackLivesMatter”
Feminist Spaces hosts face-to-face workshops that bring people together with a range of diverse and allied individuals and projects. These workshops are by invitation only, in order to create safe(r) spaces in which to explore our lived experiences of occupying hostile environments and to articulate some of the opportunities and challenges of creating feminist spaces. WeContinue reading “Second Feminist Spaces workshop: 2nd Jul. 2019”