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Framer Framed

Feminism


Magazine


Education / Amsterdam Oost / Community & Learning / Feminism /

Framer Framed x ELANCE coachingsacademie voor meiden en jonge vrouwen

Feminism / Art and Activism / Political Climate /

Report: Female Voices: Blood, Witches and the Red Lightning Strikes

Book Launch / Action Research / Feminism /

Report: 'Being Imposed Upon' Book Presentation

Amsterdam Noord / Education / Feminism / Molenwijk / Workshop /

Kunsteducatie: Future Today

Amsterdam Noord / Community & Learning / Education / Feminism / Molenwijk /

The City is Ours

Werkplaats Molenwijk
Education / Community & Learning / Feminism / Photography /

The City is Ours - Art Education between The Netherlands en Tunis

Feminism / Art and Activism /

Report: Finissage Some Things Hidden with Lynn Hershman Leeson

Feminism /

Recensie: Over verbergen en het verborgene - door Sietske Roorda

Feminism /

Exhibition review: Some Things Hidden

The living archive / Feminism / Queer /

Report: How to create, and archive resistance?

Feminism / Caribbean / Diaspora / Photography / Queer /

Article: Multiversum, a reflection upon the exposition 'Embodied Spaces'

Feminism /

Reflection: Filthy Mouth, Dirty Politics: Language, Gender and Digital Spaces

Feminism /

Gerilja Talks: Nancy Jouwe x Black Women in the Dutch Arts Scene

Feminism /

Documentary: !Women Art Revolution - asking and telling about the Feminist Art Movement

Feminism /

Self-Made? Women from former-Yugoslavia

Feminism / Collection development / The living archive /

Publication: Traveling Heritages

Feminism / Oral History /

Documentary: Feminism and healthcare in the 70’s and 80’s in the Netherlands

Feminism /

Documentary: Fem.doc

Oral History / Feminism /

Artikel: Dans om de camera

Gentrification / Feminism / Art and Activism /

Artikel: De levensloop van een ideaal. Over de genderpolitiek van de kraakbeweging en het broedplaatsen beleid van de gemeente Amsterdam


Exhibitions


Werkplaats Molenwijk

Exhibition: The City is Ours (Werkplaats Molenwijk)

With installations, photography, and videos made by young women in Amsterdam and Tunis, reflecting their visions on what our cities should look like

Exhibition: Some Things Hidden

In collaboration with Castrum Peregrini, curated by Nina Folkersma and Charlott Markus
Zanele Muholi - Miss D'vine I (2007), collectie Museum Arnhem

Exhibition: What We Have Overlooked

A collection presentation of Museum Arnhem, curated by Mirjam Westen

Exhibition: Iran’s Women’s Movement - On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi

An exhibition on the emergence of the women’s movement in Iran, at the beginning of the 20th century. Curated by Azadeh Fatehrad

Exhibition: Embodied Spaces

An exhibition curated by Christine Eyene on the body, gender and identity.

Agenda


Book Launch: 'Amanda'
With Olga Micińska & Samantha McCulloch
Forms of Kinship: Daddy Residency
Online artist talk & workshop on alternative kinship
Female voices: Arte, Substantivo Feminino
On artistic activism against Brazil's anti-abortion law
Female Voices: Blood, Witches and the Red Lightning Strikes
Online Panel: Artistic Activism Against Polands’s Anti-abortion Law
Symposium: Empowering Voices in the Art World
Online symposium over diversiteit en inclusiviteit in de kunstwereld en in het bijzonder kunstinstellingen
Book Presentation: Being Imposed Upon
An online conversation with Gia Abrassart, Anne Wetsi Mpoma, led by Bambi Ceuppens
Female Voices: Gacha Abortion Pills!
Artistic Activism Against South Korea’s Anti-abortion Law
Reading Room: On Hydrofeminism
Reading together: 'Hydrofeminism: Or, On Becoming a Body of Water' (2012) by Astrida Neimanis
Exhibition: The City is Ours (Werkplaats Molenwijk)
With installations, photography, and videos made by young women in Amsterdam and Tunis, reflecting their visions on what our cities should look like
The City is Ours #2: Fotografie & burgerschap
Uitwisselingsproject tussen Amsterdam en Tunis.
The City is Ours #1: Dit is ook mijn wijk!
Eerste workshop in de The City is Ours reeks.
Project and exhibition: The City is Ours
An exchange project for young women in Amsterdam and Tunis.
Diasporic Self: Caring as Lingua Franca - Fiction & Myths of Black Womxnhood
An evening programme i.c.w. Dipsaus podcast.
Educational series: Broadcasting from Babylon
On intersectional feminist, queer, and anti-colonial embodied, listening and sounding practices.
Pedagogies of Violence, Pedagogies of Care
Part of 'Moving Together: Activism, Art and Education - A Week with Angela Davis'. Hosted by Amal Alhaag & Maria Guggenbichler.
Finissage: Some Things Hidden
A conversation between artist Lynn Hershman Leeson & curator Nina Folkersma, and a guided tour by artist Charlott Markus.
Exhibition: Some Things Hidden
In collaboration with Castrum Peregrini, curated by Nina Folkersma and Charlott Markus
Some Things Hidden: Tour by artist Charlott Markus
A guided tour through the exhibition 'Some Things Hidden', by artist & co-curator Charlott Markus.
Some Things Hidden: Tour by curator Nina Folkersma
Curator Nina Folkersma gives a guided tour of the exhibition 'Some Things Hidden'!
Symposium: Declassified - How to Un/Engender the Ethnographic Object?
On the (historical) construction of gender and sexuality within the ethnographic collecting practices of museums.
Imagining and capturing resistance
A discussion on creating and archiving images of resistance, at Atria.
Feminist art practice today: pushing the boundaries
Dialogue on what feminist art practice means today; with Iris Kensmil, Chandra Frank, Elizabeth Kleinveld and Milo van der Maaden.
Queer Series: Wu Tsang’s WILDNESS
Screening of the documentary WILDNESS (2012) by Wu Tsang.
Performance: My Tongue Softens On The Other Name
Interactive performance reflecting on the exhibition Re(as)sisting Narratives, through taking inspiration from a poem by Gabeba Baderoon.
Filthy Mouth, Dirty Politics #2
An 'anti-conference conference', experimenting with transgressive speech acts, filthy, vulgar language, radical feminism and digital (non) spaces.
Feminist Memory: Digging the Black Archives
On the representation and presence of black women in institutional and unconventional archives
Exhibition: What We Have Overlooked
A collection presentation of Museum Arnhem, curated by Mirjam Westen
International Women's Day at Framer Framed
Opening exhibition Society and lecture by Chandra Frank.
Framer Framed and Prince Claus Fund present two tours
Guided tours at the Institute of Social History and the Prince Claus Fund Gallery.
Exhibition: Iran’s Women’s Movement - On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi
An exhibition on the emergence of the women’s movement in Iran, at the beginning of the 20th century. Curated by Azadeh Fatehrad
Filthy Mouth - Dirty Politics
Experimental conference on the relationship between vulgar language, radical feminism.
VENUS: the anti-hero hero
An interactive programme that explores the historically violent imageries surrounding Venus.
Perspectives
Public encounters in the context of the exhibition Embodied Spaces.
Side-expo: 'Venus' masks
By Shertise Solano & Ronald de Graaff. In addition to the 'Embodied Spaces' exhibition.
Exhibition: Embodied Spaces
An exhibition curated by Christine Eyene on the body, gender and identity.
Gerilja Talks: Nancy Jouwe x Black Women in the Dutch Arts Scene
On the valuable contributions that Black women have made to the Dutch arts scene.
Lecture: Curating Body Narratives by Christine Eyene
Masterclass by Christine Eyene on her research and curatorial practice dealing with the body in contemporary art from Africa and the Diaspora.
Self-Made
A public panel discussion on self-representation of women from former Yugoslavia.