Running since March 2012, CUNTemporary has been listing London-based events, conferences, open calls and exhibitions related to queer and feminist politics and aesthetics. We aim to provide visibility also to events that might not be listed in popular press or which take place outside institutional parameters. If this sounds like something that you are organising and want to include it into our next newsletter which currently holds 6000+ members, then send us ONE LINK to press@cuntemporary.org by the 20th of each month to be considered for the following month’s calendar of events. All relevant events sent after that date will be featured on our social media pages – always free of charge!

You can also post your queer-feminist events/calls/announcements in CUNTemporary's Facebook Group.

NEWSLETTERS

NEWSLETTER JUNE 2017

FEATURED EVENT: OXYTOCIN: BIRTHING THE WORLD @ ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART. A symposium and programme of performances about women, carers, mother art, maternal health and wellbeing. Supported by LADA and under the umbrella of the Procreate Project, Oxytocin - birthing the world, is an international research and community event focused on mothers and carers.
Hotbed: A Festival of Sex

NEWSLETTER MAY 2017

FEATURED EVENT: HOTBED: A FESTIVAL OF SEX @ CAMDEN PEOPLE'S THEATRE. Three weeks of adventurous performance guaranteed to expand your carnal knowledge. From the ubiquity of porn to the secrets of your sexual fantasies, from a celebration of sex-positivity to the difficulties of representing sex on stage, this twenty-one night stand lays bare sex, 2017-style.
Malik Nasad Sharpe

NEWSLETTER APRIL 2017

FEATURED EVENT: JOY AND DISSENT: A FESTIVAL OF CULTURAL ACTIVISM. What does joyousness look like as a political performance strategy? Can joy or beauty be radical forms of protest? Or should resistance by its very nature be painful?
AWAN

NEWSLETTER MARCH 2017

FEATURED EVENT: ARAB WOMEN ARTISTS NOW (AWAN) FESTIVAL is a festival that provides a platform to exceptionally talented Arab women artists, to increase the visibility of their work and expose new audiences to these under-represented communities and cultures.

NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2017

FEATURED EVENT: Low Stakes is a two day festival showcasing new work and work-in-progresses from London’s up and coming Live and Visual artists. Low Stakes loves rough, risky work. At New River Studios, London (February 17th -19th).

NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2016

For December 2016 we are featuring Underwire Festival: the UK’s only film festival celebrating female filmmaking talent across the crafts. Since 2010, the festival has awarded training and mentoring opportunities to over 40 filmmakers, and has screened over 300 films.

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