Crowdfunding for beginners

Originally posted on The Women's Equality Party – Lewisham:
Hallo me again…. doing a bit of multi-tasking. For my day job I run a small-scale touring theatre company which takes big-scale thinking to pull off let me tell you. Today I’ve attended an online webinar hosted by Spacehive and put the washing on whilst thinking in the back part of my brain about the… Continue reading Crowdfunding for beginners

Faith and Fundamentalism: creating art from uncertainty

Originally posted on Media Diversified:
by Rajeev Balasubramanyam  Two weeks ago I met an artist who hadn’t produced any work since Trump’s election in November. She was in shock, felt helpless and bereft. ‘I just want things to go back to normal,’ she said, ‘and then I can make art again.’ By ‘normal,’ I suspect she meant a return to the Obama years, before Brexit,… Continue reading Faith and Fundamentalism: creating art from uncertainty

She can’t keep quiet and we mustn’t either

Originally posted on justrmj:
On Saturday 8th April I did what I find myself increasingly doing these days, I left the sanctuary of my South East London garden, (the first really sunny Saturday of the year) and got on a tube to central London to sit in an underground room with a bunch of strangers. In the last two years I’ve become an activist and… Continue reading She can’t keep quiet and we mustn’t either

Where are the Women?

Originally posted on The Women's Equality Party – Lewisham:
At both the WEP conference and at Mirth Control at the end of the recent WOW festival Sandi Toksvig (co-founder of WEP) lamented at the absence of women in wikipedia’s ‘On This Day/Today’ feature. Sandi explains that if you look at the Wikipedia page for any given day it will often feature a much smaller representation of events… Continue reading Where are the Women?