Category: Online events

Women-Space Australia Webinar

Women working in education across Australia and New Zealand are invited to join this free event as we launch Women-Space Australia and discuss making career moves in 2024.

Planning career or job changes can be complex. Careful planning and gaining insights from others is essential when you are thinking about a Read More

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Agents for Change: Women Behind the Camera – Free Workshop Series

Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW) is thrilled to announce the 2023 Agent for Change workshop series. This year they will offer a series of three free workshops that explore photography as a tool for advancement in areas of social justice, racial equity, disability, environmental justice, visual literacy, storytelling, and cross-cultural communications. Registration is free, and space Read More

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Identity•Connection•Place at A Space Gallery, Toronto and online

Feminist Photography Network is a shifting collective led by co-directors Jennifer Long and Clare Samuel based in Tkaronto (Toronto). Our projects emphasize support and connection between artists rather than competition. We promote the careers of women and non-binary photographers, as well as research and reflection on the relationship between gender and lens-based media.

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Women Alternative Photography Group Launch & Artist Talk

Celebrate the launch of the Women Alternative Photography Group with Founder and Director Elizabeth Ransom, Gül Cevikoglu and Megan Ringrose on the 25 March 6pm (GMT).

Women Alternative Photography Group is a feminist research project celebrating women, non-binary, LGBTQIA+, and gender-diverse artists from all backgrounds working with alternative photographic processes. Women Alternative Photography Group aims to Read More

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Dafna Talmor HonFRPS in conversation with Duncan Wooldridge

Dafna Talmor is a London-based artist and lecturer whose practice encompasses photography, spatial interventions, curation and collaborations. Her photographs are included in public collections such as the National Trust, Victoria and Albert Museum, Deutsche Bank, Hiscox and private collections internationally. Recent solo shows include Constructed Landscapes, Carmen Araujo Arte, Caracas, Venezuela, (2022); Constructed Landscapes (vol. Read More

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Artist Conversation: Alison Rossiter

Artist Alison Rossiter develops expired photographic paper to create photographs that reveal the previously invisible markings of time: wrinkles and folds, remnants of atmospheric pollution, stains, light leaks, even fingerprints. Join the artist, whose works feature in Time’s Relentless Melt, now on view at Art on Hulfish, for a discussion of her practice with Katherine Read More

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Photo London Talk (Online): Walking through Lands: Gohar Dashti in conversation with Mary Pelletier

Walking through Lands: Gohar Dashti in conversation with Mary Pelletier

Gohar Dashti’s nuanced approach to photographing the legacy of war in her home country Iran has cemented her position within the medium’s history. Interpreting her subject not as a documentary photographer but as a conceptual artist, Dashti’s highly stylized, poetic observations open up conversations relating to Read More

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Covering Beauty: Global Photography from Alissa Everett

Alissa Everett will be in conversation talking about two decades of documenting social issues, remote locations and indigenous cultures

About this event

Photographer Alissa Everett will be in conversation with RPS President Simon Hill on two decades of documenting social issues, remote locations, and indigenous cultures from Iraq to Ukraine.

Everett initially began her journey as a photographer in conflict zones and Read More

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De-/Anti-/Post-colonial Feminisms in Fine Art and Textile Craft

Create/Feminisms (Middlesex University) is organising 4 online research seminars, held on Zoom, June-July 2022 (2-6pm, BST)

The 4 seminars programme and links

1) Decolonising Craft (June 14)

Keynote Speaker: Aarti Kawlra

Panellists: Fatima Hussain, Neelam Raina

Chair: Rima Saini

2) Feminist Pedagogies: learning to unlearn and decolonial toolkits (June 21)

Keynote Speaker: Dalida Maria Benfield

Panellists: Sharlene Khan, Michele Williams Gamaker, Isabelle Massu

3) De-/Anti-/Post-colonial Futures in Read More

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Slade Women Symposium

The Slade School of Fine Art was established in 1871 to teach fine art within a University setting. Ground breaking in terms of art education, both male and female students were taught from the beginning with parallel access to the life model. Initiated by Professor Liz Rideal, this symposium will offer historical perspectives alongside contemporary Read More

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Feminist and Women’s Movements in the Baltics: Between Regional and Transnational Contexts

Online discussion “Feminist and Women’s Movements in the Baltics: Between Regional and Transnational Contexts”


On Wednesday, January 19, at 5:30–7:30 pm (UTC+2) Latvian Center for Contemporary Art is organizing an online discussion on feminism and women’s movements in the Baltics. The participants are researchers and artists from the Baltic region: Maria Kapajeva (EE), Piret Karro (EE), Read More

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Artist Talk: Elle Pérez

For photographer Elle Pérez, whose work is featured in the exhibition Orlando at Art on Hulfish, the camera is an instrument of recognition, creating intimate documents of community relationships. Pérez’s multifaceted practice of portrait, landscape, and observational photography centers on the complexity of personal identity. The artist will discuss images, identity, and storytelling across their Read More

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Hood Feminism: Mikki Kendall

This moderated conversation with Mikki Kendall will delve into her book Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women that a Movement Forgot. Mikki will share her ideas on resisting isolation as a critically engaged writer and artist involved in social movements. How creatives can work in collaboration with organizations to address issues like gun violence and Read More

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WOPHA Congress: Women, Photography, and Feminisms

Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA), and Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) announce highlights of the inaugural WOPHA Congress. Titled Women, Photography, and Feminisms, this first international convening of its kind invites women photography organizations and artists around the world to an in-person and online space for dialogue, celebration, and critical debate about women’s contributions to Read More

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Webinar by Pauline Vermare Japanese Women Photographers: On Representation And Self-representation

Inspired by Luce Lebart and Marie Robert’s recently published Histoire Mondiale des femmes photographes, this presentation will investigate the extraordinary bodies of work produced by Japanese women photographers from the 19th century to today. Meant as a complement to a history of Japanese photography that is largely masculine, this talk will reveal the abundance and Read More

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Concerning Photography: The Photographers’ Gallery and Photographic Networks in Britain, c. 1971 to the present

On 14 January 1971, The Photographers’ Gallery opened its doors with The Concerned Photographer, an exhibition that had previously been shown in the United States, Switzerland and Japan, and which presented photography as the optimum medium to document social conditions. This online conference has been organised to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of Read More

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Women, Memory & Transmission

In collaboration with Photo Oxford Festival 2021, hosted by the Maison Française d’Oxford, and supported by the Humanities Cultural Programme, the international and interdisciplinary Conference “Women, Memory & Transmission: Postcolonial Perspectives from the Arts and Literature” will explore what it means for women to transmit memories in postcolonial contexts. What strategies do women develop to Read More

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Artist Talk: Hoda Afshar

Photographer Hoda Afshar takes us across history, dissolving the boundaries of staged and documentary photography to make visible the stories that are not immediately seen. In her new book, Speak the Wind (2021, MACK), Afshar looks at the southern coast of Iran in a narrative that blends poetry and the image to explore displacement and Read More

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Artist Talk: Namsa Leuba

Through theatrical staging and colour, Namsa Leuba’s images explore the visual identity of the African diaspora. The Swiss-Guinean artist works across documentary, performance and fashion to question authorship and representation of the Black experience. Together with researcher and curator Nomusa Makhubu, they will look at ingrained perceptions of the West, the influence of movements like Read More

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Women On The Move

With National Geographic photo editor Jennifer Samuel as moderator, eight women photographers from The Everyday Projects discuss their group project published in National Geographic Magazine about the impact of migration on women worldwide. In a dynamic discussion, Amrita Chandradas, Danielle Villasana, Ksenia Kuleshova, Miora Rajaonary, Mridula Amin, Nichole Sobecki, Saiyna Bashir, and Thana Faroq touch Read More

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An international Symposium on Photography and Ethics


An international Symposium on Photography and Ethics at the nexus of the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts Practice. Hosted by the Department of Sociology, Lund University in collaboration with the Hasselblad Foundation and Landskrona Foto.


Landskrona Theater, Sweden. 30 September & 1 October 2021

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Two online events on Lee Miller

Lee Miller: Considering a Life of Artistic and Political Liberation
Thursday 10 June, 5pm BST

A round table discussion on the remarkable work of photographer Lee Miller. The event will consider how her visual practice was driven by notions of personal, artistic and political liberation which set her at the very front of the artistic Read More

Liquid Club #16: Xaviera Simmons

Join New York based artist Xaviera Simmons for a conversation surrounding her multidisciplinary practice and her work exploring labour and the working practices of society.

About the artist

Xaviera Simmons (b. 1974, New York, USA) lives and works in New York, USA. Simmons’ interdisciplinary practice spans across photography, performance, choreography, video, sound, sculpture and installation. Rooted in Read More

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Having Regard: Artist Commission project launch with photographer Kate Nolan, composer Irene Buckley & curator Trish Lambe

You are invited to this special online event to launch HAVING REGARD, a new video project by photographer Kate Nolan & composer Irene Buckley. This launch will be hosted by Trish Lambe, curator at Gallery of Photography Ireland.

Commissioned by Gallery of Photography Ireland to mark the Centenary of Partition, this ongoing interdisciplinary artists collaboration is Read More

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RPS Awards Talk Series

Join the Royal Photographic Society for a new series of conversations with recipients of the internationally respected RPS Awards.

They’ve invited photographers and artists working across all genres of image-making, as well as curators, educators, cinematographers and publishers, to discuss their practice and inspirations.

The conversations will be led by those who know the award recipient well Read More

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The Motherhood Archives Screening

A film by Irene Lusztig

2013, 91 minutes, Color/BW, DVD, English/French, English subtitles

Archival montage, science fiction and an homage to 1970s feminist filmmaking are woven together to form this haunting and lyrical essay film excavating hidden histories of childbirth in the twentieth century. After several years of buying films online and working in historical archives, award-winning Read More

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AWP in Conversation with Delphine Diallo

AWP are excited to be in conversation with Brooklyn based French and Senegalese visual artist and photographer Delphine Diallo.

About this Event
Diallo combines artistry with activism, pushing the many possibilities of empowering women, youth, and cultural minorities through visual provocation. Diallo uses analog, digital photography and collages as she continues to explore new mediums. She is Read More

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Birth On The Border Screening

A film by Ellie Lobovits.

This intimate and personal documentary follows two women from Ciudad Juárez as they cross the U.S.-Mexico border legally to give birth in Texas, putting their hearts and bodies on the line as they confront harassment at the hands of U.S. border officials.

One million people legally cross the U.S.-Mexico border every day Read More

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Leica Women Summit

Leica are pleased to announce the first annual Leica Women Summit. This tuition-free virtual gathering brings together a community of trailblazing visionaries whose dedication to the art and business of photography is shaping the industry today.

Focused on unlocking new opportunities for others, the Summit is an opportunity to learn from industry leaders in a series Read More

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Photographers in Conversation: Carolyn Mendelsohn

Made over a period of 6 years, Being Inbetween is a series of powerful photographic portraits of girls aged between ten and twelve, exploring the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood. With many portraits never-before exhibited, this is the most extensive exhibition of the series to date.

Driven by personal experience, award-winning photographer Carolyn Mendelsohn Read More

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February 15 – April 15, 2021

sepiaEYE is thrilled to present Thrall (2017-2020), a solo online exhibition by Qiana Mestrich.  By integrating the outdoor studio, staged portraiture, still life, and family photography, Mestrich externalizes her thoughts around recent political, social, and cultural discussions on white supremacy and Black consciousness.

“I was Read More

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Decolonizing Pedagogies with HEIDI SAFIA MIRZA / The Graduate Institute Geneva

The Graduate Institute Geneva presents:

Decolonizing Pedagogies: Black Feminist reflections on gender, race, faith and seeking solidarity in the Academy


12 April 2021, Online event

In this talk Heidi Safia Mirza draws on black and postcolonial feminist perspectives to explore ways in which professional Black and female academics in higher education engage in ‘embodied’ work towards Read More

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18 MAR 2021
6 – 7:30PM (GMT)


Join us for an evening exploring what health, healing and liberation practices look like for Black women and non-binary people in the context of late capitalism.

Writer, community organiser and bodyworker Omikemi will perform an excerpt from their collection of spoken word portraits, generated through Read More

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Lucie Impact Award Live Conversation

Join Thursday, January 28th 5:00PM EST (United States) for a live conversation with Lucie Impact Award Honorees, Fabio Bucciarelli and Malike Sidibe.

This conversation will be moderated by, Andrew Katz, Deputy Director of Photography, TIME, with Fabio Bucciarelli Lucie Impact Award Honoree for his coverage of Covid-19, First Wave Coverage, Italy, and Malike Sidibe Lucie Impact Read More

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Panel: Destigmatizing Reproductive Health

This panel will address historical and contemporary misconceptions of the female body. Panelists will also delve into the history of women’s reproductive health care and how the fields of gynecology and obstetrics have been shaped by race and class-based discrimination.

Panelists include: OB-GYN and educator Wendy C. Goodall McDonald, MD, aka Dr. Everywoman; Scout Bratt, Outreach Read More

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Lecture in Photography: Carmen Winant

Carmen Winant is an artist and writer based in Columbus, Ohio whose work in Reproductive uses text and images to represent the agency of the female body. Her practice includes collage, installation, and mixed-media to create complex responses that counter representations of women. Carmen Winant has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her piece My Birth (2018) was Read More

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Roundtable | Revisioning the Present

This series of talks and events is co-presented by the University of Sydney’s China Studies Centre, The Power Institute, and VisAsia, with support from the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Originating in and celebrating the very latest and best scholarship in Asian art from around the world, this initiative complements the Art Gallery of Read More

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DISCOVERING DALMATIA VI: Watching, Waiting – Empty Spaces and the Representation of Isolation

This year, the annual Discovering Dalmatia international scientific conference organised by Institute of Art History, will take place virtually, over the course of three days, December 3-5.

This year conference, entitled Watching, Waiting – Empty Spaces and the Representation of Isolation, is inspired by the Institute of Art History’s project Exposition [Ekspozicija]. Themes and Aspects of Croatian Photography from Read More

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Webinar with Stella Dadzie and Lola Olufemi / The Feminist Library

Feminist Library Webinar discussing the Feminist Library’s Black History Month Exhibition and Stella Dadzie’s new book

Friday, 30 October 2020

21:00 – 23:00 EET

Online Zoom event, tickets £5 (unwaged £0)

Feminist Library Webinar discussing the Feminist Library’s Black History Month Exhibition and Stella Dadzie’s new book

Join us for a conversation between Lola Olufemi and Stella Dadzie Read More

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Grain Online Talk: Polly Braden

Polly Braden is a documentary photographer whose work features an ongoing conversation between the people she photographs and the environment in which they find themselves. Highlighting the small, often unconscious gestures of her subjects, Polly particularly enjoys long-term, in depth collaborations that in turn lends her photographs a unique, quiet intimacy. Polly has produced a Read More

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Let Us Now Praise Famous Women: Discovering the work of Female Photographers

24 October 2020
9am – 4.30pm
Free, book in advance

Let Us Now Praise Famous Women will explore the critical work of women writing about, collecting, and curating photography by women.

Key questions include how women’s voices are heard in the history and criticism of photography, the influence of the feminist movement on women photographers’ careers, and the Read More

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