Saturday, 5 March 2011

Storm in a Teacup - Zine Workshops @ WOW Festival - Southbank Centre‏

Nest Gallery have been very kindly invited to give a talk at the Storm in a Teacup zine workshop at this year's Women of the World Festival at the Southbank Centre.

Zine Workshop | Women of the World Festival @ The Southbank

lvl 4 Green side, Royal Festival Hall, 12.00pm -16.00pm
Saturday 12th March & Sunday 13th of March

Storm in a Teacup have been given a space at the Southbank to initiate zine workshops and talks about zine culture. There will be a chillout area with zine displays, music and talks. Also there will be workstations where guests will be leading practical zine workshops, creating work for the WOW zine and interactive project that anyone can contribute to and much, much more.

Here are the participants during the day...and also a secret guest musical performance (you'll have to wait for that one...)

Soupa Creative Network

Shebang Zine

Nest Gallery

Magpie Zine

Vampire Sushi Distro

Fat Quarter Magazine

The Read Horse Zine

VV Collective

WOMEN OF THE WORLD FESTIVAL 11 March - 13 March 2011

Alongside highlight performances by Annie Lennox, Paloma Faith, V V Brown, Imogen Heap, The Taylor Maids, Annie Nightingale, Sandi Toksvig and Sue Perkins, WOW – Women of the World launches its first year with speakers from across five continents. It brings together amazing stories of triumph, action, challenge and enterprise from girls of 14 to women of 80. Musicians, lawyers, scientists, members of the clergy, journalists, politicians, community activists, gardeners, school girls and coco growers share ideas for change in a weekend that climaxes with the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day. Women's organisations of every persuasion are represented in a great weekend of fierce debate and fantastic fun. Plus market activities, speed mentoring and networking opportunities.

Speakers include Shami Chakrabarti, Marin Alsop, Helena Kennedy QC, Kay Mellor, Caroline Lucas MP, Kate Mosse, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Kat Banyard, Juliet Stevenson, Bianca Jagger, Barb Jungr, Kate Mosse, Rosie Boycott, Joanna Trollope, and Dr Precious Lunga.


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