We had the incredible opportunity to work with some very talented artists from all across Australia. So we’ve put them all in one place so you don’t have to do as much internet stalking. Make sure to check out and support the rest of the work they do.
Lameesa is the feature of this installment of Women of Colour: The Intersectional Experience. Join the conversation as she shares how she’s navigated the intersection of culture, religion, race and gender in various contexts.
The second installments in the series Women of Colour: The Intersectional Experience– a series of conversations with WOC in Sydney, about their experiences of being the embodiment of intersection.
The first installment of Women of Colour: An Intersectional Experience by Ilias Bakalla and Louise Dietz-Henderson.
A poem from Anisa Nandaula retracing a journey into womanhood and the things we learn about our bodies.
Lights. Camera. Action
It’s the quintessential topic on everyone’s mind; as our society grows and our demands shift, artists of all disciplines are handed the challenging responsibility of telling mankind’s stories honestly and with authenticity. We crave for diverse stories that enrich our lives, expand our worlds, that move us from one state to another, and this means…
“Just because I say it’s raining doesn’t mean I made it rain” and other truths about intersectionality.
Poem from Megan Lily Wilding