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Jini Rawlings: CUSP

green:purple programme

A week of film, video and performance on the theme of 21st century suffragettes, with historical reference to local suffragette Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon, presented by riart Grrrls at Stade Hall, Old Town, Hastings.

MONDAY 30 SEPT to FRIDAY 4 OCT 10am-4pm
green:purple: a digital exhibition of film and photography, curated by Xaverine Bates and Clare Whistler.

MONDAY 30 SEPT 7.30pm
Opening night: private view of exhibition, featuring Caitlin HT, feminist performance poet, and Las Pasionaras: a group of women singing to fan the flames of discontent and for a real change in our society.

TUESDAY 1 OCT 7.30pm
Charlotte Moore talks about local suffragette Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon, an English educationalist, artist, and leading early 19th feminist and women’s rights activist.

Bonnie MacAllister: Suffragette Remix

Doin’ Dirt Time, by Suzi Gablik, an Emergence Collaborative Project supported by Volcano Theatre and the Arts Council of Wales. Creeping Buttercup, by Clare Whistler and Ellen Southern, a film of a performance by Nichola Bruce and Sam Sharples.

50 rhythms: dance evening with Neda Nenadic.

FRIDAY 4 OCT 7.30pm
Tohan Tales – The Diary Box: audio-visual installation and ibook/app by Riz Maslen. This film documents Riz Maslen’s stay with a remote community in the heart of the Borneo rainforest in 2012; followed by a panel discussion with Maya Evans about her journeys to Afghanistan and women as peacemakers.

Children’s workshop: drawing the future in green and purple on lining paper.

TUESDAY 1 OCT and THURSDAY 3 OCT, 1-4pm and 6-7pm
Democracy Booth – ONE TWO ONE: Elise and Mary will interview willing participants on their views on democracy.


All events are free but due to limited space, those attending are advised to come early.

Xaverine Bates’ introduction to green:purple.

Posted 23:09 Saturday, Sep 28, 2013 In: Visual Arts

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