A live online conservation for International Women’s Day with Fabrica, Brighton’s Centre for Contemporary Art, takes place on Tuesday, March 8 from 11am with a link to the Google Doc allowing you to follow the creative conservation as it unfolds shared on the day.
Hosted by Melissa Ray, the event will be a great opportunity to connect with women in different fields of work and to learn even more from each other about some of the various ways in which women are supporting and encouraging each other professionally, creatively and politically.
Featuring Rifa Thorpe-Tracey, advocate for women in tech; Jamila Prowse, founder and editor of the magazine Typical Girls; Maria Jastrzębska, poet; and Jinan Petra, campaigner, it promises to serve as a resource for audiences to take inspiration from, as well as directing them towards new ideas, groups and professions.
If you’re not already, it’s recommended that you familiarise yourself with Google Docs before the event starts so that it can be as creative and free-flowing as possible!
Event: Live Online Conversation for International Women’s Day with Fabrica
When: Tuesday, March 8
Where: Link to be shared on the day.
Time: From 11am