The Lilla network will be publicly launched with an exhibition of work by artists who came together for a workshop on International Women’s Day this year. It is an opportunity for anyone with a passion for social justice to hear women’s stories and bear witness to empowering ommunity action in Sydney and around the world.
Works will include photography, digital media, installation, performance, object, sculpture and spoken word. Aboriginal educator & wordsmith Lillian Holt and community artist & activist Paula Abood will be joining in the conversation. The Stiff Gins will be performing in the evening.
Join us for an open mic night on Wednesday 11th November.
Calling all women who are aspiring community leaders, practicing artists, activists, creative types and trouble makers with a passion for social justice
Lilla is organising a weekend creativity workshop for women coinciding with International Women’s Day in March 2009. Due to be held from the 7th to the 8th of March, this workshop will bring together a group of practising and emerging musicians, artists, writers and other creative storytellers to explore the connections between social justice and creative expression. The range of creative works initiated at this event will be developed over a few months culminating in an exhibition in November 2009. Currently we are seeking participants, creative mentors, and volunteers.
Participants in this workshop will work closely with mentors to develop their own art making and initiate creative works that tell stories, challenge, tickle and delight. Indigenous artists and artists from Western Sydney are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply please email email@example.com, with a short bio on who you are, what social justice issues alight your passions and (if possible) a small sample of your work (photographs, websites, Youtube videos, word docs are all acceptable). Please also include what medium you would like to work in. APPLICATIONS CLOSE FEBRUARY 14TH 2009.
Dynamic women artists working in community cultural development or with an interest in social justice issues. This workshop will provide you with a vibrant space to explore the connections between your art making and social justice for women. All mentors will be invited to initiate their own works at this workshop, for development over the next few months. To apply for a mentorship role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short bio and a CV. APPLICATIONS CLOSE FEBRUARY 14TH 2009.