Month: April 2015

Lady & Trans* Fest Dublin 2015 – Cancelled.

Hi all,
We regret to say that Lady & Trans* Fest Dublin 2015 is cancelled. We would like to thank everyone who has supported us so far, either by promoting/”liking” the fest, or attending our fundraisers. We would also like to apologise to anyone who has arranged their schedules so as to attend the fest.
We will be releasing a statement shortly with more information, and will make public where funds raised for the festival are going as soon as it is decided.

Thank you for your patience.
The Lady & Trans* Fest Organising Team.

The “Get Lucky ” Art Show is coming to Dublin!!

The exhibition was originally shown in London as a part of a Valentine’s Weekend put on by The Love Sex, Hate Sexism Collective in collaboration with Reel Rebels Radio.
The Love Sex Hate Sexism Collective is a small group dedicated to raising awareness of sexism and sexual assaults within punk and alternative communities, while also promoting healthy sexual attitudes. They work to fight prejudice, abuse and discrimination in any form to build a united and safer community.
https://lovesexhatesexism.wordpress.com/

We are super stoked to announce it will now be held in conjunction with Lady&trans Fest Dublin this year and will be on display for the weekend of the festival (May 8-10)
Whoooo!
https://ladyfestdublin.wordpress.com/

We are looking for artists working in any media to submit work with both the Love Sex, Hate Sexism ethos and Lady&Trams*fest ethos. This can be work that celebrates positive sexual attitudes and awareness, or work that challenges sexism. We’d love to see submissions from within punk and/or alternative communities, with a feminist/queer/trans* perspective

Positive sexual health is quite a broad spectrum which can include (but not exclusive too) issue of consent, gender equality, LGBTQ* equality, female empowerment, sexual choices- from abstinence to fetish and anything in between. It’s about informed / enjoyable decision making.

Work that challenges sexism can encompass even more topics.
It can challenge gender roles; men, women and non-binary folk all suffer from sexist stereotyping.
It can represent the underrepresented in a more positive and inclusive light.
Challenging sexism can look at understanding privilege; what that actually means and its effects.

*If you would like to submit work, or get some more information, please send an email to
getluckyireland@gmail.com
detailing your name, website or links to your work and what you’d like to submit (medium and size).

**The deadline for expressing interest in displaying work is Monday 4th of May.

***All pieces must be physically submitted by Wednesday 6th of May.

Getcha teams together..

We’re quizzing in 2 days!that guy
This’ll be our last fundraiser before the big fest in May.

so we thought we’d let you in on some of the prizes..
They’ll be

–5 cans of spray paint
–A voucher for Snakebite studios (get yrself a piercing or tattoo!)
–2 Theatre tickets for a show of yr choice at The New Theatre
–A hamper of homemade jams and mustards and yummies
–A sex toy donated by Secret Paradise
–A music lesson for drums or banjo
–The book Slammerkin by Emma Donoghue
–A hamper full of handmade soaps and creams.
–Ice cream! From Murphys ice cream shop

and more! 🙂

And remember, it’s a *suggested donation* of 3 euros unwaged, 5 euros waged on the door. No one’s gonna be turned away for lack of funds.

Our rounds have been put together and we have some excellent MCs gonna be presenting..
They range from religion (it’s good friday eh) to pop culture, and a drawing round.
The quiz is queer and feminist themed but if you haven’t read/understood Judith Butler, don’t worry! and it’s definitely friendly for straight allies aswell.
5 to a team, come with one sorted or find friends on the night
We’re starting at 7.30,
At the lovely Jaja studios, 1b Cowper Street, Stoneybatter

Cya Friday!

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