This is an opportunity to join the Feminist Internet Futures Studio this summer and collaborate on projects that explore how the internet can be used to further gender…
This is an opportunity to join the Feminist Internet Futures Studio this summer and collaborate on projects that explore how the internet can be used to further gender equality, locally and globally.
The deadline to apply is this Friday 14 July.
There are 20 places and we are looking for students and graduates from a diverse mix of disciplines and backgrounds – we welcome applications from all artists, designers and creatives!
All the information you need is in the email below:
Open call to apply for the Feminist Internet Futures Studio!! **Deadline MIDDAY FRIDAY 14TH JULY**
To apply now and for more information click here.
UAL students and recent graduates are invited to take part in the Feminist Internet Futures Studio, from 29 August – 8 September 2017, in London.
This unique collaborative learning experience is FREE for UAL students and recent alumni.
What is the UAL Futures Studio?
UAL Futures Studios bring UAL students and alumni together with educators and creative industry partners to invent new futures for gender equality on the internet.
The Feminist Internet Futures Studio is a 10-day workshop where you will explore how the internet can strengthen feminist movements and advance women’s rights at a local and global level. You will experience working in a studio environment with students from across UAL, and together you will imagine, create, and develop creative projects addressing the Studio theme. You will then showcase your work to an audience of creatives at the 2017 Digitally Engaged Learning (DEL) Conference, 14-15 September at CSM, Kings Cross.
Bursaries are available, please visit our website for more information.
Feminist Internet Futures Seminars:
In preparation for the Studio we have organised the Feminist Internet Futures Seminar series, aiming to critically examine the intersections of feminism and the internet/digital technologies. The next seminar, on Visibility and Representation, is on this Wednesday 12th July.
For details on the three upcoming seminars, click here.