Each year since 2015 SheFest have marked International Women's Day (8th March) and championed women’s rights and gender equality through a range of inclusive events, activities, workshops, film screenings and more. The feminist fringe festival is back and bigger than ever for 2020 – with ten days of events expanding across the whole of South Yorkshire.
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Mubeenah Waheed, Aniqah Majid and Loma Jones explore the concept of Home in Britain through poetry by Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan and Nat Raha. And discuss ways that creative expression provides a home of sorts for those who are marginalised/disempowered.
Terry Riley's minimalist masterpiece performed from within the Arts Tower's paternoster lift. Revolutionary music in a revolving setting.
The National Videogame Museum is rightly pretty proud of its collection of videogames and videogamey stuff. But they want to hear about yours too! Get thinking about your own collection of videogames with these downloadable activity sheets.
A virtual exhibition of art that acts as a powerful, social and political tool – uniting people beyond borders through poetic vulnerability. Melding contemplative writing with trailblazing sounds – with Lucy DK, K.ZIA, Otis Mensah, and Lando Chill.