Sisterhood in Print was made of Hannah Toehill and Emmeline Michaud (Moule). We organised a festival in our local area to make connections between movements and organisations, supporting sisters and sharing skills with each other. Running from 8th until 12th of March 2017, the Festival focused on creative arts, skill share and supporting our fellow sisters - gathering associations such as, Arts Sisterhood Uk, The Feminist Times, Love Sex Hate Sexism, Printable Studios, The Rca Feminist Society, and many more artists.
At The Nones, Copeland Park, Peckham, London
Sisterhood In Print Festival
Day 1: Women’s International Day!
+ Panel Women and Sex with Anna Hill Editor in Chief of the Feminist Times, Grace Crannis founder of the RCA Feminist Society and Alice Strick founder of Art Sisterhood Uk with live painting by Tilly Barker and Moule
+ Sister Social
Day 2: Women, Sex and Consent
+ Arts Sisterhood Uk Art Therapy
+ Orgasm Workshop with Love Sex Hate Sexism
Day 3: Cutting edges
+ Linocut workshop with Sisterhood In Print
+ DJ night with Ni-Ku & DJ GG
Day 4: Film Day
+ Screen Printing workshop with Portable Print Studio
+ Stop Motion animation workshop with Grace Emily Manning
+ Screening of 10 film makers in South East London (women and non-binary people only)