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Ash Magazine, 100 Women I Know and Break the Habit Press Presents

The Art of Consent

Thursday 15 March
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to £17.00
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In a nutshell

Exploring how the arts can contribute to our understanding of sexual violence, via award-winning documentary, powerful spoken word performances and inspirational discussion, raising money for UN Women as part of #HeforShe Arts Week 2018.

What to Expect

Film screening: 100 Women I Know, Q&A with the makers

Book launch and reading: 100 Women I Know
Panel discussion: ‘How do we create a culture of consent’

Panelists include: The Slumflower, Sophie Walker, Dr Fiona Vera-Gray, The Good Lad Initiative

Virtual Reality experience by Nasty Women UK

Spoken word performances: Cecilia Knapp, Iggy Ldn, Kit Finnie

DJ set from BBZ

+ more to be announced

Expect to gain insight on an important issue. Expect to feel empowered. Expect to openly discuss sexual violence.


Who's Involved

Ash Magazine is a newly launched magazine championing ordinary, extraordinary women and their endeavors in art and enterprise. The first physical issue, printed by Park Communications, is due in April. Ash aims to build a community of likeminded founders, creatives and women of strong will, who are working for the social good or who simply have stories to tell. 

100 Women I Know is a not-for-profit organisation founded by Phoebe Montague, director of an award-winning short film of the same title. Under the title ‘People We Know’, Phoebe provides workshops on consent for young people, with the aim of preventing them from becoming perpetrators or victims. 

Break the Habit Press is a new publisher focusing on books with a social slant aiming to give a voice to the unheard and the under-represented; their first series will be published throughout 2018. 100 Women I Know is their first book. 

The UN Women #HeForShe Arts Week is an opportunity for art and cultural institutions worldwide to support the goal of gender equality. Influencing culture is an important part of achieving a gender-equal world. In partnership with artists and art institutions, we can help shape the behaviours, norms and perceptions around gender.

Nasty Women, who's movement has garnered real clout around the world for its work in the feminist creative space. Our event back in September received some great press, and we have people who are keen to hear from us on how we are furthering the conversation, so from a press perspective, I think it would also make sense to include a line or two. 

What people are saying

‘This book is a much-needed read for our society. Empowering.’  –  Molly Masters, Books That Matter

 ‘This film is incredible & helped me articulate events in my life from 20 years ago’ - Gabriella Apicella, Co Founder of The Underwire Film Festival

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'We love Rich Mix, it has a reputation for supporting culturally diverse events and making the arts accessible.  The support it gives to new and emerging artists is invaluable.'

Find out more

Websites: / / /

Follow: @100womeniknow / @brkthehbt / @UN_Women / @UNWomenUK / @HeForShe

Things you should know

Suitable for ages 13+

This event is wheelchair accessible.