EVENTS

Oh God! Not Another One?

Presented by Selina Thompson

An online Kitchen Table Workshop with Selina Thompson re-learning how we do democracy

Part of Finding Power season

Sharing Futures

Presented by Ama Josephine Budge

Science Fiction showcase: the power of alternative futures

Part of Finding Power season

Smashing It

Presented by Sabrina Mahfouz

Part of Finding Power season

The Neurology Of Power

Presented by Suzanne Alleyne

An interactive lecture from Suzanne Alleyne, looking at culture, power and the brain

Part of Finding Power season

PAST EVENTS

Season Launch Party

Season launch party with poetry, installations, and music

Part of Finding Power season

Speaking Truth To Power

Presented by Reporters Without Borders

A dynamic conversation on global reporting and power

Part of Finding Power season

Fierce Words

Presented by Arvon

Part of Finding Power season

If I Feel Lonely Maybe U Do 2?

Presented by Travis Alabanza and Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley

Online performance and conversation with Travis Alabanza and Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley

Part of Finding Power season

Taking Back Power

Presented by Liv Wynter

An online workshop on spaces of care

Part of Finding Power season

Writing Futures

Presented by Ama Josephine Budge

Online Science Fiction writing workshops with Ama Josephine Budge

Part of Finding Power season

What Words Are Ours?

Presented by Talia Randall

Part of Finding Power season

Decolonise Power

Presented by Decolonise Fest

A night of music by punx of colour from their living rooms to your screens

Part of Finding Power season

Finding Your Voice

Presented by Patrice Lawrence and The Literary Consultancy

An online workshop to complete in your own time

Part of Finding Power season

Liberating Languages

Presented by English PEN

A Conversation with Victoria Adukwei Bulley, Damian Le Bas and Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún

Part of Finding Power season

DESIGNERS

Soofiya

Visual Artist

Soofiya is a visual artist and design educator. Their design practice centres around illustration, visual identity and book design, with most clients tending to be in the arts, cultural and activist sector. Soofiya's art practice and writings aim to articulate a commentary on gender, race, politics and bodies through a DIY and therapeutically informed approach. Soofiya speaks, teaches and facilitates workshops across the UK in museums, galleries, schools and universities and is a regular lecturer at Ravensbourne. Soofiya's writing has been in a handful of books, including Can We All Be Feminists published internationally as well as independent magazines and newspapers both online and in print.