What to expect
After a conversation-led workshop on Saturday, you will see Notorious on Saturday evening, followed by a practical workshop on Sunday. We will explore representations of womanhood in pop culture, and work practically to discover performative ways of critiquing these.
We are particularly interested in creating a space in which contemporary feminism can be critiqued for its ‘whiteness’ and its privilege, and we aim to bring together women from diverse racial backgrounds to participate in this workshop.
This Lab is suitable for students, emerging practitioners, and anyone with an interest in, or questions about, feminism, aged 16-25.
How to apply
11 & 12 Nov 2017, 2.30-4.30pm; 1-4pm
Tickets £20 plus booking fee*, includes a ticket to Notorious on Saturday 11 Nov
Bursary places available
*£.60p booking fee per online transaction, £.70p by phone. No fee when tickets are booked in person. Click here for more information on booking fees.
Please send a short written statement telling us a bit about yourself, and why you would like to take part in this Weekend Lab to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, and reviewed monthly.
Bursary places are available for this Lab.
Applications close on Fri 20 Oct 2017.
A limited number of free bursary places are available if you are unable to attend this Lab due to your financial circumstances, and you are a resident in an east London borough**. To apply for a bursary place, please email email@example.com, with the following information:
Please tell us what you would gain from participating in this Lab
Please give us an outline of your financial circumstances, clearly demonstrating why you would not be able to attend without a bursary place.
** East London boroughs include: Barking and Dagenham, City of London, Hackney, Islington, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.
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