Womxn's Creative Industries: Art in the Digital Landscape
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 from 12pm - 3pm (Pacific)
- All Ages
- Wheelchair accessible venue
- Private bathrooms available
Womxn's Creative Industries Meet Up is an interactive event focused on intergenerational resource-sharing between media makers, centered on young womxn of color. We use "womxn" with an "x" to signify inclusivity of all womxn who identify along the gender identity spectrum, including trans and genderqueer womxn, and all intersecting identities.
We're changing things up this year - allowing more time to connect with others, cross-share resources, and discuss what matters to you as womxn navigating your artistry in the digital landscape. There will be time for you to engage in dialogue with each other to gain meaningful insight, connections, and mentorship relationships that last beyond the event.
We will have a resource area where arts organizations and all attendees can leave promotional materials and contribute to the resource wall, where you can identify your requests or offerings for support and leave contact info to connect with others on projects. These collective resources are digitized and shared with participants so you have a network of resources to explore after leaving the event.
We believe that centering the voices of the most underrepresented identities in creative industries (folks who identify as womxn of color, black, indigenous, queer, disabled, immigrant, refugee, low-income) will lead to the dismantling of systemic oppression and the liberation of people of all identities. Please respect that the content of this event is specifically for womxn-identified folx.
This event is free of charge, with optional paid ticket levels to support our creative community.
All ages, wheelchair accessible venue, private bathrooms available.
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Womxn’s Creative Industries fosters space for discovery, inspiration, and collaboration within creative industries, always through an intersectional feminist lens.