De-/Anti-/Post-colonial Feminisms in Fine Art and Textile Craft

18 May 2022

Deadline: June 14, 2022

Create/Feminisms from Middlesex University is organising four online research seminars over zoom from June-July.

These sessions have been organised to investigate the belief that;

“feminism needs to represent its own pluri-versality as it continues to redefine local/global politics through its alliances and maintain its allegiances to diverse ways of thinking and making. De-/Anti-/Post-Colonial thought contains many different tactics, approaches and spheres of influence in visual arts and textiles”

The seminars will focus on:

  1. Decolonising Craft – Tuesday 14th June
  2. Feminist Pedagogies: learning to unlearn and decolonial toolkits – Tuesday 21st June
  3. De-/Anti-/Post-colonial Futures in Feminism – Tuesday 28th June
  4. Feminist De-/Anti-/Post-colonial Aesthetics – Tuesday 5th July


Some of the key speakers include:

Aarti Kawlra, Dalida Maria Benfield, Francoise Verges, Madina Tlostanova, (panellists) Sahra Taylor, Neelam Raina, Isabelle Massu, Michele Williams Gamaker, Shanna Ketchum Heap o’Birds, Ayanna Dozier, Leslie C. Sotomayor, Renee Mussai.


If you would like to join, you can book your space here.



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