This years programme is full of activity and discussion with a small number of spoken presentations.
Jesse Jones, a dublin based Irish artist who is representing Ireland in the Venice Biennale, her practice crosses the media of film, performance & installation
Boseda Olawoye Learning & Engagement Curator and Consultant who has initiated and managed Learning Programmes within contemporary art galleries, public spaces and in communities.
Max Dashu is an American feminist historian, author and artist. Her areas of expertise include female iconography, mother-right cultures and the origins of patriarchy
Dedj Lambert trained in nursing and Western Herbal medicine.
Leyla Hussein is a Somali psychotherapist and social activist and multi-award winning campaigner on FGM and gender rights. She is a co-founder of the Daughters of Eve
Dervela McNee and Eileen Leahy are artists based in Dublin, currently organising in response to the Repeal the 8th movement.
Mama D’s project ‘community centred knowledge’ communities of African and Caribbean heritage. Working at family and community level through creative engagement.
Alana Jelinek is an artist and AHRC Creative Fellow in Creative and Performing Arts she is currently senior researcher at the Museum of archaeology and anthropology in Cambridge
Humraaz womens refuge provide specialist emotional and practical support to BME women suffering from domestic abuse.
Lizzie Linton founder of ‘solidarity not charity’ a project directly supporting female refugees in camps.
Sheree Angela Mathews is a writer and artist inspired by the sea and committed to getting more Black, Asian and ethnic minorities into nature. She also encourages women in their exploration of their authentic voices.