Female arts blog

Female Arts produce the inaugural showcase of the Red Women Theatre Awards

Female Arts produce the inaugural showcase of the Red Women Theatre Awards, a new award for emerging female playwrights. Held at Greenwich Theatre, London.

Female Arts meet Charlotte Church at the Women of the World festival

Editor In Chief Wendy Thomson meets the inspiring Charlotte Church at the Women of the World festival, Southbank Centre

Female Arts friend scheme explained to Anne Diamond

On International Women's Day, Editor-In-Chief of Female Arts Wendy Thomson visited BBC radio Berkshire's studio to meet with Anne Diamond, former TV-AM breakfast TV presenter and host of BBC Berkshire's morning radio show.

Happy International Women's Day #PledgeforParity

FEMALE ARTS launches a Friend Scheme as a #PledgeForParity on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2016. www.femalearts.com/friend

Light & Dark Artist Exhibition at the Ooops Pop Art Gallery, Bearwood

Bearwood is a important focal point of creativity in the Black Country, which has very unique shops and is convenient shopping area for the everyday diverse local community. So it was quite pleasant to visit a fantastic pop up art gallery and gift shop.

Ooops Gallery had the combination of local pop up art gallery and gift shop. Ooops Gallery had held workshops and events for people to learn about new crafts and art skills. Including these events was a brilliant way to link creativity within the community.

A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing - Reaction

'A Girl is a Half-formed Thing' plays at The Young Vic (17 Feb - 26 March 2016). Tonight I attended their press night. (SPOILERS)...

Feminist Criticism discussion at Devoted and Disgruntled, Birmingham Rep Theatre

Editor Wendy Thomson chaired a discussion on feminist criticism at Devoted and Disgruntled, Birmingham Rep Theatre (read more)...

CHRISTMAS, THE BOY AND THE VIRGIN

Confronting what inhibits woman from becoming divine must be on the minds of at least one billion women today as the birth is celebrated of one incarnate process when a Jewish girl defying norm, law and tradition, became divine by realising herself as flesh and spirit.

Why I'm Sick Of Hearing Complaints About Sexism In the Music Industry

Guest blog by LeeSun, a musician and artist, exploring gender inequality in the music industry (and beyond), and the way in which we can respond.

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