Category: Online event

Health & Healing: SPOKEN PORTRAITS OF BLACK WOMEN

AUTOGRAPH PRESENTS

18 MAR 2021
6 – 7:30PM (GMT)
ONLINE EVENT

£5

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

ONLINE CONFERENCE
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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