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Posted 16 March 2011on:
Friday 25th March 2011 from 11.00am – 4.00pm
Thurlow Lodge Community Hall, 1Thurlow Street SE 17 2US
We would like to invite all female residents and their families of the Aylesbury Estate in Southwark and surrounding areas to take part in an event organised by Aylesbury EveryWomen’s Centre for this year ‘International Women’s Week’. Our theme this year is a celebration of 100 years of International Women’s Day.
We will provide the following activities:
· Healthy Living workshops
· Discussions/Presentations on the changes of women’s rights over 100 years
· Workshops from domestic violence groups in Southwark
· Entertainment from different cultures
· Stalls for local projects
· Face Painting
· Food and Refreshment
For more information contact Zahra Abdalla, and Ola Smith
Tel: 020 77014141 Ext 229 Mob: 07983747243, – 07811224327
If you have a story whether it is sad or happy that you would love to present please get in contact with Zahra on the above details. Don’t be shy, it’s our day!
8th, 11th, 17th and 25th March plus 8th, 9th and 10th April 2011
The 7th Images of Black Women Film Festival will span across March and April for to celebrate the global black experience with a focus on women’s talent and representation – Festival Flyer
First Event to open International Women’s Day
Women and Power
Fundraising screening for the women of Haiti + Panel discussion
Tuesday 8 March, 8:15pm
Tricycle Cinema, Kilburn
Moloch Tropical (18)
Master filmmaker Raoul Peck (Lumumba, Sometimes in April) delivers a searing critique of a government corrupted by power, echoing recent protests in the Middle East. Moloch Tropical explores people’s reaction to power with a brash account of female protagonists. More at http://www.imagesofblackwomen.com/festival_pdf/MolochTropical.pdf
Women in the Art
Double bill + Panel Discussion
Friday 11March, 6:30 pm
Arc Gallery, Tottenham Hale
Art of this place, Women Artists in Cameroon
Florence Ayisi, “Sisters in Law” acclaimed director, presents a rare insight into women’s creative expressions in Cameroon.
Ida’s Daughter: The World of Eintou Pearl Springer
Doc, Trinidad & Tobago/UK
Amon Saba Saakana on the life of Eintou Springer, Poet Laureate,cultural activist and playwright. More
A special evening at a unique art gallery located on a boat at the Tottenham Hale Lock.
Booking: firstname.lastname@example.org – or 020 8808 7741
Voicing Women Experiences
The ultimate actors’ shocase
Thursday 17 March, 7:30pm
Rich Mix, Shoreditch High Street
UK events by Goldrush Entertainment
Up to 20 actors perform in front of an industry panel of judges in1 min, 3 min monologues by women &/or about women. More
The ultimate actors’ showcase with special musical appearances.
Box Office: 020 7613 7498 or online
Afro Hair Celebration
Showcasing the controversial documentary on black hair + Panel discussion
Saturday 26 March, 3:45pm
Rio Cinema, Dalston Kingsland(Rail)
My Nappy Roots, A Journey Through Black Hair-itage (PG)
This doc by Regina Kimbell reveals the historical significance and pride of African hairstyles as well ad the cultural and social struggle that created the billion dollar ethnic hair care industry that exist today. More
Great Edutainment, back to London for one show only!!
Booking: 020 7241 9410 or online
Celebrate International Women’s Day – Made in Dagenham – showing on 4 dates in 4 towns in East Lothian
Posted 23 February 2011on:
Celebrate International Women’s Day from 5th March to 27th March
With 4 showings of Made In Dagenham
plus some poetry , live music a short talk and short film by female dirctors.
* Dunbar Parish Church hall : 7pm March 5th.
* The Hope Rooms North Berwick: 7.30pm March 12th
* East Linton Village Hall : 8.00pm March 18th
* Haddington Corn Exchange : 6.30pm March 27th
Contact: T. martin
Women And Books: South London Women Artists Celebrate 100 Years Of International Women’s Day With Exhibition At Dulwich Library
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To honour 100 years of the global celebration of International Women’s Day South London Women Artists (SLWA) are holding their 5th exhibition at Dulwich Library from Sunday 27 February to Saturday 26 March 2011. This year the theme of the exhibition is Women and Books, drawing on the invaluable contributions that women have made to books and libraries over the years and the inspiration they receive from them.
SLWA has already been associated with books through it’s progamme of talks also held at Dulwich Library. In 2009 Althea Greenan of the Women’s Art Library at Goldsmith’s College explained how the organisation functions as an alternative public space to view and experience women’s art. Rebecca Fortnum, Camberwell College of Art, talked about her interviews with 20 internationally recognized women artists from her book “Contemporary British Women Artists: In their own words”. More recently Dr Lara Perry who is co-editing a book on feminism and art curating presented her research “What place has feminism in contemporary practice?” to the group.
The Women and Books exhibition will look at books written by women, for women, about women or which inspire women and joins International Women’s Day celebrations on 8 March when thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate their achievements. Throughout the month long exhibition a number of local schools will attend SLWA education events organized for them by artist members. There will also be free tours of the exhibition led by a SLWA member and a chance to meet some of the participating artists on Wednesdays 2 and 16 March at 3.30pm.
Over the past two years South London Women Artists have staged numerous shows including a hugely successful exhibition at Bankside Gallery in 2010. Dulwich Library is fast becoming an established venue to view and buy original SLWA artworks and the group is delighted that books will also be the theme of the show. The works will ‘bookend’ the library bookshelves, thus connecting the thoughtful experiences of library browsing and art contemplation.
The exhibition will take place at Dulwich Library from 27 February to 26 March during normal opening hours and entrance is free. There will be a private view on Thursday 3 March from 8 to 10pm.
Dulwich Library, 368 Lordship Lane, SE22 8NB
Open: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 9am to 8pm, Tues10am to 8pm, Sat 9am to 5pm, Sun 12pm to 4pm.
Private view Thursday 3 March, 8 to 10pm.
Free exhibition tours Wednesday 2 & 16 March at 3.30pm.