Feminist futures: event recording round-up

Published 3 April 2018

Catch up on our series of events exploring possible feminist futures – from the power of art practice as a catalyst for social change to automation in architecture, moving image as language, and alternative artistic platforms.

  • The feminist power of moving image art practices

    A panel discussion with artists Sutapa Biswas, Jessy Jetpacks and Zadie Xa, chaired by broadcaster, film-maker and journalist Bidisha.

  • Delving into Angelica Kauffman's life and work

    Artist Sarah Pickstone and poet Rommi Smith discuss Pickstone’s latest painting installation and her research into the life and work of Angelica Kauffman RA.

  • A history of women and life drawing

    A talk from Annette Wickham, Curator of Works on Paper at the RA, uncovering the militant campaigns, changing attitudes and evolution of the professional female artist.

  • Automating "women's work"

    A panel discussion exploring how architecture can help to create inclusive, liveable, and socially aware cities that embrace the full gender spectrum in an age of robotisation.


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