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27.04.22 :: 2pm BST // THE POLITICS OF FEMALE SEXUAL JOY // UNIT LONDON

 

Dr Catherine McCormack in conversation with

Hilary Harkness & Sophia Wallace 

 

After the successful launch of ‘Exploring Radical Female Joy’ during International Women’s Month, the programme continues with its second chapter: ‘The Politics of Female Sexual Joy’.

Exploring how to make female pleasure more legible within our cultural language, the talk will cover the political power of sexual and erotic female joy as a gesture of resistance.

"The very word erotic comes from the Greek word eros, the personification of love in all its aspects - born of Chaos, and personifying creative power and harmony. When I speak of the erotic, then, I speak of it as an assertion of the lifeforce of women; of that creative energy empowered, the knowledge and use of which we are now reclaiming in our language, our history, our dancing, our loving, our work, our lives."

— Audre Lorde, Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power

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18.04.22 - 18.09.22  // YOUR BODY BELONGS TO YOU // SHUTTERHUB
 

Showcasing almost 100 photographers, and over 200 images, YOUR BODY BELONGS TO YOU brings together women and non-binary photographers from around the world in a selected exhibition and promotes the future of photography through diverse and creative imagery. The outdoor exhibition site is in the centre of St Gilles Croix de Vie, an area that attracts thousands of visitors day and night throughout the seasons, making the exhibition accessible to all.

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05.05.22 - 06.05.22  // Future Now Symposium // Aesthetica Magazine

 

 

 

 

Debate | Discuss | Connect

#FutureNow2022

Future Now is a conference for critical and cultural debate. This multidisciplinary two-day event brings together key institutions, galleries, publications and artists for in-person and live-streamed discussions surrounding the most pressing issues from today’s creative industries. Each year, we invite leading speakers from the art world to discuss today’s most important issues from The Human Impact of Art and The Democratisation of Photography to Curating During a Time of Change. Through imaginative debates, panel discussions, career advice and cultural engagement, Future Now is a platform for idea generation. 

The 2022 edition features topics such as How to Fund Your Practice; Who Controls History?; and The Power of Discomfort: Art That Shatters Stereotypes. Through the lens of art and culture, we dissect who, and what, is being represented in galleries today, amidst our changing relationship with nature and technology. Featured speakers include Sutapa Biswas, Daisy Ginsberg, Larry Achiampong, Poulomi Basu, Hannah Starkey and Jamie Hawkesworth.

Save 50% I 30 Speakers. 20 Events. 2 Days.

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10.05.22  // Heritage and Nature for Brain Health // VeronicArts

 

Open Calls, Open Now

KNOWN_Ai :: Film Festival

(Flyer art by: @TormanJeremy )

 

 

 

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JournalismAI Fellowship Programme

Using AI to make journalism better. Together.

The JournalismAI Fellowship Programme is a free online initiative that brings together journalists and technologists from media organisations worldwide to explore innovative solutions to improve journalism via the use of AI technologies. 

 

The programme is organised by the JournalismAI team at Polis – the journalism think-tank at the London School of Economics and Political Science – and supported by the Google News Initiative

Artificial intelligence is not the solution to all the issues faced by modern journalism but, when used responsibly, it can provide media organisations with a powerful set of tools to make journalism more inclusive and impactful. 

20 fellows will be selected to join the 2022 cohort and work together over the course of six months (June to December) towards building AI-powered solutions that enhance reporting.

Deadline: 28 April, at 11:59 PM GMT

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